Employment Opportunities

Assistant/Associate Professor
Nature-Based Recreation Management

The Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society (FES) at Oregon State University (OSU) invites applicants for a full-time (1.00 FTE) 9-month tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor position (depending on qualifications) in Nature-Based Recreation Management. Preference will be given to candidates at the Assistant Professor level, but applicants with an exceptional record of relevant teaching, research, and service achievements may be considered at the Associate Professor level. This appointment consists of a balanced program of teaching/instruction (45%), research/scholarship (40%), and service (15%) responsibilities, and is expected to begin in September 2016. The new faculty member can supplement this appointment during the summer through opportunities related to the position duties (e.g., grants, summer teaching, and international study abroad). It is an exciting time in the FES Department and the new faculty member will have many opportunities to shape, expand, and diversify the FES Department's reputation for excellence in research, undergraduate and graduate (masters and doctoral) instruction, and institutional and professional service. The FES Department is seeking a diversity of its perspectives, and welcomes applicants with a wide range of life and professional experiences. To learn more, read the full posting.

Assistant Professor
Integrated Human and Ecological Systems

The Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor of Integrated Human and Ecological Systems. This is a 9-month, 1.0 FTE, tenure-track position with responsibilities for teaching, advising, research and outreach. The appointee will be expected to teach classes in a new undergraduate natural resources curriculum, along with a graduate course. Courses may include those offered on campus, online, or in some combination. This faculty member will advise undergraduate and graduate students. Research should relate to the human dimensions associated with complex ecological and natural resource issues, but specific research focus is open. Interdisciplinary collaborations with faculty in the College of Forestry and other departments across campus are encouraged and expected, as is a demonstrable potential for nationally and internationally recognized scholarship. To learn more, read the full posting. For full consideration, apply by Nov. 15.