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Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University is searching for a Lecturer who will use their expertise in zoology, botany, and general natural history . . .

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Mar 11 2018

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Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University is searching for a Lecturer who will use their expertise in zoology, botany, and general natural history to help the station take advantage of its long history and unique location on Monterey Bay. The Lecturer will (1) teach a summer field course centered on the local kelp-forest/rocky reef ecosystem, (2) teach other courses during the academic year, (3) use their expertise in natural history and field research to facilitate exploration of the local coastal waters and their use in education, and (4) assist in the development and promotion of graduate and undergraduate courses and curricula.  A PhD in the natural sciences is required, as well as scientific diving certification (AAUS or equivalent). Experience in teaching inquiry-based courses, especially those involving fieldwork, is highly desirable. The qualified applicant will also have good interpersonal and communication skills.

This position is a full time (12 month) appointment at 100%. Send a cover letter, CV, a statement of teaching philosophy and plans, and names and addresses of three references to Beth Sheets at Hopkins Marine Station, 120 Ocean View Blvd., Pacific Grove, California, 93950, or by email (esheets@stanford.edu). Applications will be reviewed starting April 16, 2018.

The final candidate will need to successfully pass a background check to be considered for this position.

Stanford is an equal opportunity employer and all applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by law.