USDA APHIS is about to announce an area identifier position with a primary duty of morphological identification of plant-associated fungi. The position announcement will be open on April 7 for document uploading, but the details can be viewed now at
Washington State University is working to hire a diagnostician/lab manager to provide plant problem testing and diagnosis at the main campus in Pullman. See attached description.
Here is the link on WSU Jobs https://wsu.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/WSU_Jobs/job/JOHNSON-HALL/Associate-In_R-499
Please share widely with those you know who might be interested in this position.
Dear Plant Pathologist colleagues,
Please see attached position description about an opportunity to work with Driscoll’s, Inc. based in the UK south of London in Kent in support of berry production in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Please share this with anyone you may know who may be interested to join a great team of geneticists and plant pathologists, plant physiologists, entomologists, post harvest specialists, molecular biologists, chemists and flavor scientists researching berry crops to bring healthy berries to consumers around the globe.
The Oregon State University Plant Clinic has an opening for a full-time diagnostician to start this spring (2021). This is an awesome opportunity, as we see a LOT of different problems on many different plant species. The Clinic is a dynamic and fast-paced facility with a need for someone who is interested in diagnostics as a career. To apply and find out more about the position, please see https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/98196.
Please share this opening with those who may be interested.