Career Opportunities with ESS

The Department of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability in the Warner College of Natural Resources is committed to inclusion in our instruction, research, service, and outreach. Warner College and ESS members hold themselves accountable for fostering a college community rooted in inclusive mindedness.  Warner and ESS students, faculty, and staff uphold and embrace CSU’s principles of community: respect, inclusion, integrity, social justice and service.  Everyone is welcomed. The Warner and ESS communities recognize the disparities that exist within the field of natural resources and therefore call on individuals whose passions and work align with our college’s effort to make change. Warner College and ESS supports an environment where identities, cultures, experiences, and ideas are recognized, valued, and appreciated.

Faculty/Staff Positions

The Department of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability invites applications for a faculty instructor in Watershed Science beginning spring semester 2023. We seek applications from candidates who have expertise in watershed science, field sampling techniques, water quality regulations, analysis of hydrological data, and conceptual understanding of the effects of land use and land management on water resources. Teaching expectations are approximately 15 credits per year (~5 classes) , including lecture and lab-based courses primarily in Watershed Science, with potential contributions to other quantitative and geospatial courses in the ESS department. Advising and mentoring will include mentoring and advising professional science masters students. Teaching assignments for this position could include Sustainable Watersheds (WR204), the watershed component of Natural Resource Ecology and Measurements (NR220), Land Use and Water Quality (WR418), Watershed Measurements (WR417), and GIS for Water Resources (WR514).

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Student Opportunities

We do not have any open positions at this time.