We are Hiring
Call for a Tenure Track Faculty Position in Animal Ecology and Conservation Biology
The Department of Animal Science of Tel-Hai College and MIGAL-Galilee Research Institute invite applications for a tenure track position in Animal Ecology and Conservation Biology, starting in fall 2023. We seek motivated and dynamic scientists/faculty members to break new ground across animal ecology and conservation biology, and related fields.
The position is open for candidates with a Ph.D. in Zoology, Ecology, Physiology, Conservation, or related areas, with background in data science and a relevant postdoctoral experience. The successful candidates are expected to teach introductory and advanced courses in the Animal Science program, including ecology and nature conservation, at undergraduate and graduate levels. The successful candidates are also expected to lead innovative research involving field work and advanced methods of data analysis, as well as to be involved in the Hula Research Center, support and mentor graduate students, and contribute to departmental and faculty activities at Tel-Hai College (https://english.telhai.ac.il/) and MIGAL Institute (https://www.migal.org.il/en). Applicants should have a basic knowledge of the Hebrew language (sufficient for communicating and teaching). Applicants should have demonstrated leadership capabilities, strong record of accomplishments in both basic and applicative multidisciplinary research and publication in the area of Ecology or Conservation. Relocation to the Galilee is required. Both institutions, with the aid of the regional authorities, will assist the recruited candidate in the relocation process.
Applicants should send a letter of application, detailed curriculum vitae with full list of publications, research and teaching statements as well a list of at least four potential references to Dr. Roee Gutman, Head, Department of Animal Sciences, Tel-Hai College, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date for receipt of applications is January 31st, 2023