Experience with specimen imaging (e.g., high-resolution 3-D digital images, CT scans, etc.), storage and archiving image files, and image analysis.
Experience with tissue collection and curation for a variety of purposes, including molecular systematics, molecular ecology, population genetic analysis, etc.
Experience with holistic specimen curation that includes tissue curation, parasites, and other specimen-related objects.
Experience with collection management databases and online aggregators (VertNet, iDigBio, Arctos, etc.).
Experience with preparation and care of fish specimens, particularly from early life history stages.
Field experience with specimen collection, preparation, and archiving components.
Graduate degree in ichthyology.
Experience and service on national and international collections committees.
Experience in coordinating international collecting trips.
Thorough general knowledge of fishes of the southwestern United States.
Experience in care and management of a fish collection.
Ability to use both dissecting and compound microscopes for live and preserved specimen handling and identification of larval fishes, parasites, or other specimens.
Ability to maintain a website.
Experience with grant preparation and administration, including budget management.
Experience supervising undergraduate and graduate students.