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- To begin July 2017 or soon thereafter. For best consideration, all application materials should be submitted by March 10, 2017.
- Develop a strong, innovative, nationally recognized, externally funded program addressing research and extension on insect pollinator management and health in Hawaii.
- Perform research aimed at improving management of bee pests, with the goal of promoting safe and sustainable methods.
- Investigate options for the development of alternative insect pollinator systems for Hawaii crops.
- Support and educate growers, apiculturalists, and other stakeholders regarding pollinator health and management.
- Support and contribute to the departmental graduate and undergraduate programs by teaching, supervising and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students.
- The faculty member will provide service to the department, college, university, local community and profession as his/her expertise allows.
- Ph.D. in entomology, biology or related field with expertise in pollinator biology, apiculture, pollinator health and management from a college or university of recognized standing.
- Ability to generate independent research reports, publications and grant proposals.
- Ability to interact effectively with students, staff, faculty and stakeholders.
- Initiative, interest in scientific work, and adaptability.
- Experience with insect pollinator management.
- Proven publication record.
- Teaching experience at the university level.
- Evidence of success in obtaining extramural funding.
- Post-doctoral research experience.
- Experience in working with stakeholders in extension or outreach education.
- Dr. Helen Spafford
- College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
- Department of Plant and Environmental Protection Sciences
- 3050 Maile Way, Room 310
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Dr. Helen Spafford; 808-956-6737; firstname.lastname@example.org
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