I'm excited to announce I'm recruiting a postdoc in Rangeland Management and Social-Ecological Resilience to join a large four-year interdisciplinary project based out of MSU! Here's the job announcement: https://careers.msu.edu/en-us/job/510199/research-associatefixed-term. The successful candidate will be one of two postdocs (the Oregon State position can be found at https://gradschool.oregonstate.edu/postdocs/open-positions/16156-rangeland-management-and-social-ecological-resilience) focused on the social science aspects of the project and will conduct applied research on the relationship between producer decision making, wellbeing, and social-ecological resilience at the farm scale. Within these broad areas of interest, the postdocs will have a lot of flexibility in developing the direction of the research, but for the MSU position I'm specifically looking for someone with a knowledge of resilience theory and practice with mixed methods expertise and an interest in regenerative ag, specific knowledge of grazing is welcome but not necessary.
The position has a starting salary of $55,000 plus benefits and is for one year initially but renewable on an annual basis afterwards up to three times (given satisfactory progress and availability of funding). Remote work from within the US is possible. Both postdoc positions are open and we plan to review applications from May 1st.
Happy to answer any questions via firstname.lastname@example.org.