Thursday, June 27, 2019

Assistant Director- UC Davis

The Environmental Policy & Management program at UC Davis is hiring!

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We are now hiring an Assistant Director to support growth of the Environmental Policy and Management program at UC Davis.  Please share this open position and recruitment details within your network. This position combines program direction and teaching. Application details are included below.

Candidates should apply by June 24th to ensure consideration; we will continue to consider new applications after that date until the position is filled. 

See for more information about the EPM program.

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Assistant Director - Master of Science in Environmental Policy and Management (EPM) program at UC Davis 

Applications are invited for a full-time appointment as Assistant Director (AD) for the Master of Science in Environmental Policy and Management (EPM) program at the University of California, Davis. EPM is housed within the John Muir Institute of the Environment and provides advanced training in applying environmental science to real-world environmental policy and management issues.

The AD works closely with EPM faculty (Chair and Executive Committee) and staff (Graduate Program Coordinator) to administer the program, including the following elements: student recruitment; student professional development and placement; program design; teaching; communications; finance; and supervision of program staff. The AD contributes to teaching by coordinating EPM courses and instructing in 2-3 courses each academic year, depending on disciplinary background. The AD plays a key role in connecting the program with institutions outside of the university in the private, nonprofit and government sectors.
The appointment will begin as soon as possible in summer 2019. Salary and benefits are competitive.

TO APPLY: Application materials must be submitted via the following website:  The position will remain open until filled. To ensure consideration, applications should be received by June 24, 2019.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal candidate has experience with instruction and academic program administration; familiarity with environmental policy and management; and a PhD or equivalent terminal degree in their discipline by the time of appointment.

TO ENQUIRE: For administrative questions please contact the EPM Graduate Program Coordinator (Jessica Penrose, For other questions please contact the Chair of the EPM program (Michael Springborn,

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