The postdoctoral researcher will conduct social science research examining how stakeholders and policymakers perceive the outcomes, uncertainties, and risks of a 20-year long adaptive management program. The postdoctoral researcher will lead all aspects of the project while working closely with the principal investigator, Dr. Alex McInturff of the USGS Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at the University of Washington, and with scientists and managers at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Click here for more information.
This position is currently offered as a one year position, but there is opportunity for extension based on availability of funding. The position will be located in Seattle, WA. Salary will be $61,688/year with a competitive benefits package. Interested candidates should email an application to Dr. Alex McInturff ([email protected]) by October 17, 2021, with a January 2022 start date preferred. Additional position details and application instructions can be found here.