Post Doctoral Fellow - Horticulture
- Oklahoma State University
- Location: Stillwater, OK
- Job Number: 7112651
- Posting Date: Oct 5, 2022
- Application Deadline: Nov 4, 2022
About Us: Horticulture is the science, artistry, business and technology used to produce specialty crops for food and the beautification of the environment.
Horticulture connects people to the environment, from greenhouses, laboratories and landscapes, to global food security and eco-awareness. You will study how to create and maintain a beautiful, sustainable environment in which to live, work and play. For more information, visit: https://go.okstate.edu/undergraduate-academics/majors/horticulture.html
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Special Instructions to Applicants
Required documents are resume, cover letter, and list of three professional references which includes email, physical address, and phone number.
Ph.D. / Ed.D. in horticulture, crop science or related field of study
Knowledge of turfgrass and landscape research protocols and objectives. Experience in peer-review journal publication. Proficient in MS Office, SAS or R statistical software, UAS / drone aircraft. Proficient in the use of data collection tools including digital cameras and light boxes, NDVI meters, chlorophyll meters, moisture meters. Ability to work outdoors during hot or inclimate weather conditions.
Oklahoma pesticide applicator in categories 3a and/or 10 and the FAA remote pilot certificate or ability to obtain both within 90 days of hire.
Knowledge in computer, telephone, typewriter, copier, audiovisual, power tools & hand tools. Proficient in MS word, excel, and PowerPoint.
Will be in the office environment and some outside and will be exposed to hot and cold weather.
Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
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