Assistant or Associate Professor in Fish Conservation Biology

Applications are being invited for a tenure-track position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in Fish Conservation Biology. We are interested in applications from excellent candidates who study any aspect of fish conservation, using any taxonomic group(s), at any level(s) of organization. Use of empirical and/or theoretical approaches in the field or the lab are all welcomed. The successful candidate must have a PhD and a proven record of leading-edge research, as well as demonstrated potential for excellence in teaching.

The Department of Biological Sciences ( is one […]

August 26th, 2016|

Biologist job posting

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking a fisheries biologist to lead a monitoring program evaluating genetic and ecological interactions between hatchery and wild steelhead in Puget Sound. Responsibilities include strategic long-term research planning, designing and implementing new field surveys, supporting ongoing population monitoring work, and communicating research results to natural resource managers, fishery scientists, and stakeholders.

The successful candidate will shape the future of WDFW’s research program supporting adaptive management of steelhead hatcheries in Puget Sound. […]

July 31st, 2016|

Assistant Professor in Comparative Animal Physiology

The Department of Zoology at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, Canada, invites applications for a faculty position in Comparative Animal Physiology in its broadest sense. We seek an outstanding individual working with an innovative and integrative research program that would extend and complement existing faculty strengths in comparative animal physiology and biomechanics. The position is tenure track and is expected to be appointed at the rank of Assistant Professor. However, we may consider applications at a higher rank […]

July 21st, 2016|

Graduate Opportunity

A graduate opportunity (M.Sc. or Ph.D.) is available to study adaptive differences in juvenile growth and metabolism among different ecotypes of rainbow trout (large lake piscivores vs. insectivores).

Selection for differences in growth is a fundamental driver of adaptive differentiation among species and populations. However, the physiological drivers and consequences of high growth remain poorly understood, as are the ecological tradeoffs that select for differences in growth.

Piscivorous and insectivorous populations of rainbow trout differ in maximum body size and growth, providing a good model for understanding the associations between […]

June 11th, 2016|

Post Doctoral Position in Conservation Science

Post-doc in Conservation Science

The Martin Conservation Decision Lab is seeking a highly motivated and dynamic Postdoctoral Fellow to work with Dr Julia Baum and Dr Tara Martin on a new project “Prioritizing Threat Management Strategies to Ensure Long-term Resilience of the Fraser River Estuary”.  The Postdoctoral Fellow will be based at the University of Victoria ( in British Columbia, Canada and will also be associated with CEED (Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions;

Context: Estuaries are amongst the most important and productive ecosystems […]

May 16th, 2016|

Postdoctoral Research Associate Position at the University of Massachusetts

POSTDOCTORAL Research Associate

A postdoctoral fellowship in comparative endocrinology is available at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst beginning April 1, 2016.  The fellowship is supported by an NSF grant with funding for 4 years and will examine the hormonal control of osmoregulation in lamprey.

This is a benefited, full-time Postdoctoral Research Associate position.  Initial appointment is for one year, reappointment beyond the first year is contingent upon availability of funding and job performance.  Primary responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:  real time PCR measurement […]

February 19th, 2016|

Research Scientist in fisheries science at University of Washington

A great job opportunity has come up with the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences at the University of Washington. See details below!

Title: Research Scientist in fisheries science at University of Washington
Location: Seattle, WA
Posting Date: 15/01/2016 – Open until filled

The successful applicant will primarily be responsible for extracting fishery data from stock assessment reports and inputting these into the RAM Legacy Stock Assessment Database. Other work will involve contributing to the development of related databases, playing a role in database […]

January 18th, 2016|

Postdoctoral position fisheries genomics

We seek a motivated individual to manage a large-scale fisheries genomics project. The incumbent will coordinate sampling and sequencing of several thousand arctic char, arctic cod, and northern shrimp for the purpose of defining and understanding stock populations. He/she will work with the PIs to establish analysis pipelines and support several graduate students who will further use these data for their own specific project goals. Prior project management and next-gen sequencing data analysis experience are a must.

Education requirements:

PhD in computational biology/bioinformatics OR statistics/computer science/math/engineering background with […]

November 26th, 2015|

PhD positions in fisheries genomics & conservation

We seek three motivated individuals to undertake large-scale fisheries genomics PhD projects on each of three focal arctic marine species – Arctic char, Arctic cod, and Northern shrimp. Each student will help to assemble and analyze large panels of SNPs from wild caught individuals from the Lower Northwest Passage in the Canadian Arctic and deploy a range of statistical and spatial approaches to help define demographically independent stocks and understand the potential consequences of a dramatically changing Canadian Arctic on marine biodiversity. Candidates will be part […]

November 26th, 2015|

Tenure track job: Organismal Physiology

The Department of Biology at Texas State University ( invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Organismal Physiology with a focus on aquatic organisms such as fish.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach both graduate and undergraduate courses in the Department of Biology and develop an externally funded research program involving graduate students that complements existing strengths of our 47-member faculty.

Required qualifications are an earned Ph.D. in biology or related areas, and a record of published research accomplishments […]

October 17th, 2015|