Department of Natural Resources and the Environment invites applications for a 9-month, tenure-track position in the area of social-ecological systems analysis, at the level of Assistant/Associate Professor. The position will be 50% research and 50% teaching (2.5 courses per academic year). The successful candidate will establish an internationally recognized, externally funded research program that advances theory and practice related to social-ecological systems analysis concepts, methods, and applications. We value scholarship that addresses multiple scales of environmental change and embraces the dynamic intersections of social and ecological systems. The successful candidate’s research and teaching could focus on multiple spatio-temporal scales and methods, but we place particular emphasis on large-scale – regional, national, global – analyses and quantitative approaches. We seek applicants working at the intersection of social and ecological research. Relevant problem domains include but are not limited to land use, water resources, biodiversity conservation, energy, infrastructure, climate change, and the environment-health nexus. Click here for more information.