Assistant Professor of Fisheries & Aquaculture
College of Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resource Management
April 13, 2010
May 30, 2010
Commensurate with education, training and experience
Full Time/Part Time:
To begin August 1, 2010. Pending position clearance and availability of
Duties and Responsibilities:
. Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in fisheries,
aquaculture, and marine resource management in both Fall and Spring terms;
advise and mentor students; participate in curriculum development
activities; and carry out departmental and university service activities.
Research activities will concentrate on coastal fisheries and culture of
finfish, particularly marine finfish.
. Ph.D. in Fisheries & Aquaculture or related areas; demonstrated
knowledge of both aquaculture and fisheries management methods; experience
working with fisheries and aquaculture production systems; excellent written
and verbal English communication skills in a diverse cultural environment;
and experience teaching in both formal and informal settings.
. A solid track record in obtaining extramural funding from a
variety of sources; Experience in multiple aspects of marine fish hatchery
operations including design. Experience with marine fisheries. Project
planning and management, conflict resolution, fund raising, facilitation and
foreign language skills. Experience with management of tropical pelagic and
near-shore fisheries. Familiarity with community-based fisheries management
strategies. Knowledge of fishing methods and gear. Experience with
aquaculture and fisheries in the Pacific region. Demonstrated ability to
work in physically challenging environments. Ability to lift 50 pounds and
perform physical labor under tropical conditions. Ability and willingness to
undergo scientific diver certification and travel internationally.
Email letter of application describing teaching and research interests and
ability to meet job qualifications, vita, and copies of transcripts to
Michele Kubojiri at [log in to unmask] Official transcripts will be
required prior to appointment. Additionally, have three current letters of
recommendation emailed directly by your references to Ms. Kubojiri.
Dr. Maria Haws; [log in to unmask]
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