Department of Natural Sciences
Resumes are being accepted for a full-time, twelve month, non-tenure
track faculty position in resource or fisheries economics. Salary is
commensurate with qualifications and experience.
The Department of Natural Sciences (DNS) offers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D.
interdisciplinary programs in Marine-Estuarine Environmental Science (MEES) and
a Professional Science Master’s degree in Quantitative Fisheries and Resource
Economics. The Department hosts the Living Marine Resources Cooperative Science
Center (LMRCSC) funded by NOAA and the Center for Research Excellence in Science
and Technology (CREST) –Center for the Integrated Study of Coastal Ecosystem
Processes and Dynamics funded by NSF.
Responsibilities: Develop and implement a strong,
collaborative research program in fisheries/resource economics involving
undergraduate and graduate students supported by external grants; serve on
thesis/dissertation committees; and teach on fisheries/resource economics or
related course each semester. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Ph.D. in resource or fisheries economics or a
closely related discipline required. The candidate must have the potential for
long term significant scholarly research. Experience in acquiring external
grant funds is desired. Ability to get along with others required. Note: Individuals with degrees outside
of the US may be subject to verification at the expense of the candidate.
Resume review will begin immediately and continue until the position is
filled. Qualified applicants should send
letter of application, resume, statement of teaching, research interests, and
have three letters of current, professional recommendation sent directly by
Department of Human Resources
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Princess Anne, MD 21853
UMES is an EEO/AA
employer. The successful candidate must be able to show acceptable
documentation establishing the right to accept employment in the United States
of America. Minorities, women and persons with disabilities are encouraged to