Assistant Professor/Project Director Position
AnglenM at missouri.edu
Thu May 10 12:04:36 EST 2001
PLANT SCIENCES UNIT/MAIZE MAPPING PROJECT
RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR/PROJECT DIRECTOR
JOB DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Maize Mapping Project (MMP) at the University of Missouri is
producing physical, genetic, and bioinformatics resources for maize
in partnership with Clemson University and the University of Georgia.
The scientist in this non-tenure track position participates in
genetic and physical mapping of the maize genome and ensures
productivity and efficiency in MMP. Specifically, conducts mapping
research; maintains detailed understanding of all scientific aspects
of the project; coordinates among participants, both on-campus and at
collaborating sites; and responds to inquiries or requests from
government agencies, University offices, visitors, and the press.
Qualified individuals are expected to have extensive experience and
skills in high-throughput maize genomics research and molecular
biology; excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated experience
to monitor progress of projects; write grants and reports; devise
presentation materials; manage budgets; and handle recruitment and
Salary will be commensurate with experience.
Applicants should mail a cover letter, curriculum vitae containing a
complete record of training and experience, transcripts and three
letters of recommendation to Dr. E. H. Coe, 202 Curtis Hall,
University of Missouri, Columbia, MO 65211-7020.
Applications will be reviewed starting July 15, 2001 and continue
until a suitable candidate is hired.
The University of Missouri-Columbia is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. To request ADA
accommodations, please contact our ADA Coordinator at (573) 884-7278,
or send e-mail to adawww at showme.missouri.edu.
MU's College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources strongly
endorses the principles embodied in MU's values statement - respect,
responsibility, discovery, excellence
(http://web.missouri.edu/~jesse105/values). In that context we seek
to recruit and retain outstanding scholars who are: Committed to
blending service with scholarship: Leaders; Good colleagues who will
collaborate with others from diverse disciplines and backgrounds and
be flexible and adaptable in an era of rapid change.
MU makes available to applicants a security report of crimes that
occurred on campus over the previous three years. For a copy of this
report, contact the University Police Department at (573) 882-5923 or
access their web site at: http://web.missouri.edu/~mupdwww.
Margie Anglen, CPS, ATM-S
Executive Staff Assistant
Plant Sciences Unit
Rm 1-41 Ag Bldg
Columbia, MO 65211-7145
PH: 573-882-3001/FAX 573=882=2699
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