Two former colleagues from Uppsala, Carolin Frank and Dave Ardell, who are now at UC Merced at the foot of the scenic Sierra Nevada, forwarded this job announcement for an assistant professor in Evolutionary Biology, including systematics and molecular phylogenetics:

Assistant Professor in Evolutionary Biology

The University of California, Merced invites qualified applications for
three tenure-track positions as part of a Global Change Sciences Cluster in
the Environmental Systems Graduate Group.  The ES Graduate Group brings
together a diverse group of faculty, graduate students, and research
scholars with a shared interest in interdisciplinary research of natural
and human-impacted environmental systems. The ES faculty belong to all
three schools of the campus, with representation from the faculty in
Engineering (Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and
Material Science and Engineering), Natural Sciences (Life and Environmental
Sciences), and Social Sciences, Humanities and the Arts
(Geography/Cognitive and Information Sciences).

Positions include an Assistant Professor in Evolutionary Biology (School of
Natural Sciences), an Assistant Professor in Ecological Theory/Modeling
(School of Natural Sciences), and an Open Rank Professor in
Environmental/Ecological Engineering (School of Engineering). Please
consult the job ads for more information and contact information specific
to each position.

Take a look at the full announcement:

http://jobs.ucmerced.edu/n/academic/position.jsf?positionId=4977

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