Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate
Natural History Museum of Denmark and Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen
Pre-announcement of seven positions
The Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate will soon offer three faculty positions:
Full Professor in Macroecology, Macroevolution or Community Ecology
Associate Professor in Macroecology, Macroevolution or Community Ecology
Associate Professor in Historical Biogeography and four fixed-term postdoc or Assistant Professor
positions (2-4 years):
Assistant Professor in Phylogeography
Assistant Professor or postdocs in Biogeography
Assistant Professor or postdocs in Macroecology
Assistant Professor or postdocs in Macroevolution
Positions will be announced start of the new year with a fairly short application deadline especially for the fixed term positions.
We seek international competitive candidates with a very strong publication record at the level of position interested in. We expect documented strong analytical and data handling skills and the ability to communicate within a crossdisciplinary research center. Competitive salaries are offered.
For more information contact Professor and Center Director Carsten Rahbek at firstname.lastname@example.org – or catch him at the forthcoming IBS conference in Florida.
The center (http://macroecology.ku.dk/) is a longterm funded center of excellence with a crossdisciplinary research program addressing fundamental questions on the origin, maintenance, conservation and future of life and biological diversity on Earth. Researchers at the center currently represent 14 different nationalities and the working language is English.