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    Genomics Post Doctoral Scientist - Santa Barbara Botanic Garden

    The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden (SBBG) and University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC) are jointly soliciting candidates for a full-time, exempt, two-year postdoctoral position for a project titled: Landscape and population genomics of the Gaviota tarplant (Deinandra increscens subsp. villosa; Asteraceae) for long term conservation. This is a temporary, two-year position, with an extension for one additional year likely.

    This is a multi-year project with frequent travel between Santa Cruz and Santa Barbara throughout the project, and with regular, virtual meetings with Federal, State, and local regulatory agencies and with environmental consultants. The primary work location will be either at SBBG or UCSC, to be finalized in consultation with the selected applicant. Participation in training and professional development activities offered by the UCSC Paleogenomics Lab, by various California conservation genomics research groups, and by SBBG and affiliated botanical collections curators, is required. This position reports to Dr. Matt Guilliams, Tucker Plant Systematist and Curator of the Herbarium at SBBG, and will be jointly mentored by Dr. Rachel Meyer, Adjunct Assistant Professor at UCSC.


    Requested Documents: Application should include: a full CV, and a 1-2 page cover letter which includes: a statement describing the applicant’s previous research experience and future postdoctoral objectives. Please also provide contact information for two references. Application materials should be submitted via by September 1, 2021.

    For more information, and to apply, please visit our website at https://recruiting.paylocity.com/rec...oral-Scientist
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