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Curator position at Smithsonian
posted by CPD for Scott Wing

Thursday, April 15, 2004 09:42:54 AM

Curator, Department of Paleobiology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, US Closing Date: 22 April 2004 The Department of Paleobiology seeks a full-time Curator whose research specialty is quantitative analysis of the fossil record, with a focus on evolutionary and/or ecological patterns and processes over geological time. In addition to a record of peer-reviewed research publications on significant problems in the evolution of life, applicants are expected to have experience and interest in science education as well as contributing to general understanding of evolutionary processes using evidence from the fossil record. The position is initially a 4-year appointment and will be filled at the GS12/13 level (salary range is $60,638 to $93,742 commensurate with experience.) For the actual vacancy announcement, see "Geologist: 04AD-1068" at Job Opportunities on or contact Audrey Davis at 202-275-1005. To receive full consideration, each applicant should send: * a curriculum vita, including a complete list of publications, * a set of selected publications (no more than five reprints), * a statement of research and education interests and goals. * names, addresses and email contact information for at least 3 individuals from whom letters of reference may be sought. Applications must be received by April 22, 2004 and reference MPA Number 04AD-1068 and must be mailed to: Smithsonian Institution Office of Human Resources P.O. Box 50638 Washington, DC 20091-50638 Attn Mrs. Davis All applicants will be notified by email or phone when their application is received. The Smithsonian Institution is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Information on the NMNH Paleobiology Department can be found at < paleo/index.html Applications must be submitted to the above address by April 22, 2004. Questions regarding the scientific requirements of the position can be directed to Anna K. Behrensmeyer at <

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