Closing Date: 24 July 2017
The Florida Museum of Natural History / University of Florida is seeking an applicant to act as the primary coordinator of FOSSIL (Fostering Opportunities for Synergistic STEM with Informal Learners), an NSF-funded project that is building a national learning network of amateur and professional paleontologists. This is a full-time, term-limited position located in Gainesville, FL. Grant funding will end September 30, 2018. This position could work well for someone with a Master's degree who wishes to work for a year before starting a PhD program.
For more information about the FOSSIL Project, consult our web page at: www.myfossil.org
To apply for this position:
Note the job posting indicates Vertebrate Paleontology, but this is just the source department for the job. Candidates with relevant background and experience in any area of paleontology are encouraged to apply. In order to be eligible for consideration, all materials must be submitted online via the UF Jobs portal indicated above. Review of applications will start immediately upon close of this advertised position.
For additional details or inquiries about the job, contact Bruce MacFadden, FOSSIL Project Director.