Job Opportunities

The UC Davis Plant Sciences Department is recruiting for the following positions:

Molecular Biology Associate Scientist

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Molecular Biology Associate Scientist

Reports to: Nicolas Champouret, Director Molecular Biology, Gene Discovery and Analytical Services

Ball Horticultural Company

Work location:  West Chicago, IL

Full-time, benefit-eligible position

Key Responsibilities (Outcomes – why does this job exist?):

Jr. Specialist in Agronomic Practices for Switchgrass, Sorghum and Forages

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The Forage Systems Project of the Department of Plant Sciences is recruiting for a Junior Specialist to work on field trials with switchgrass, sorghum and alfalfa for use as biofuels and forage crops. The objective of these trials is to evaluate the impacts of crop phenotype, cultivar, and agronomic practices on utilization, yield, and quality, and to improve sustainability of water use in field crops.

Molecular Biology Scientist

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Molecular Biology Scientist

Reports to: Nicolas Champouret, Director Molecular Biology, Gene Discovery and Analytical Services

Ball Horticultural Company

Work location:  West Chicago, IL

Full-time, benefit-eligible position

Key Responsibilities (Outcomes – why does this job exist?):

Assistant Scientist: Testing Services

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Ball Helix – Assistant Scientist: Testing Services

Reports to: Bethany Brown

Ball Horticultural Company

Work location: West Chicago, IL

Full-time, benefit-eligible position

Key Responsibilities (Outcomes – why does this job exist?):

Postdoc candidate

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TRANSGENERATIONAL EFFECTS IN WEEDY RICE

We are seeking a postdoctoral candidate to work on a project focused on understanding the molecular events underlying transgenerational effects in weedy rice. The project involves growing plants in controlled conditions (both greenhouse and growth chambers), performing germination assays, collecting and processing tissue samples, running molecular protocols and analyzing NGS data sets.

Robert A. Nilan Endowed Chair, Associate or Professor rank

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Department of Crop and Soil Sciences

WSU Position #128472

TITLE:

  • Robert A. Nilan Endowed Chair, Associate or Professor rank
  • 12-month, full-time, tenured/tenure-track position

LOCATION:

  • Washington State University – Pullman Campus

SALARY:

  • Competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience; excellent benefits

START:

  • July 1, 2019; negotiable

THE OPPORTUNITY

Plant Conservation Manager (Native Plants)

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POSITION: Plant Conservation Manager (Native Plants)

REPORTS TO: Director of Conservation

STATUS: Full time, Exempt

UPDATED: March 2019

DEPT: Conservation

POSITION SUMMARY

Imaging Scientist

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Company Overview

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Job Summary

ADRIENNE CLARKE CHAIR OF BOTANY

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Job no: 0043099
Work type: Continuing
Location: Parkville
Division/Faculty: Faculty of Science
Department/School: School of BioSciences
Salary: $191,595 (Level E)