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Postdoctoral Job Opportunities

Current Postdoc Openings at NC State University

Postdoc opportunities at NC State University can be found through the Human Resources website at: Positions can be found by typing in the key word, "postdoc."
Other Postdoc/Professional Opportunities
Monsanto Emerging Leaders

TIn the Monsanto Emerging Leaders in Science rotational program (ELS), you can gain experience and leadership skills that match your education. The ELS was designed for ambitious recent Ph.D. grads and post-docs who want to aggressively pursue a career as a future scientific leader at Monsanto. Here, you'll rotate through three, one-year assignments in your selected strategic scientific focus area. Each will focus on project leadership, working with innovative technologies, and developing the next generation of agricultural breakthroughs. Following your successful completion of the three-year program, you'll be placed in a key role within Monsanto's Technology Organization. This rotational program allows you to focus your research and leadership development in one of the following strategic scientific areas:

Discovery Strategies for Transgenic Product Development
Genomics Strategies for Crop Improvement
Pipeline Optimization and Improvement
Application of Engineering for Crop Improvement
– Crop Analytics and Automation
– Global Bio-Evaluations
Regulatory Strategies for Transgenic Product Assessment
We're looking for top performers who have earned a Ph.D. or are a Post-Doctoral student or graduate educated in one of these disciplines:

Plant Biology (Physiology or Molecular); Biochemistry; Chemistry; Genetics; Plant Breeding; Statistical Genetics; Bioinformatics & Computational Biology;
Crop Science/Seed Biology; Environmental Sciences; Toxicology/Pharmacology; Plant Pathology; Weed Science; Entomology; Advanced Engineering/Bioengineering

The ELS will give you the chance to play a role in developing the next generation of agricultural technology while developing your career as well. To learn more, visit


Humboldt Research Fellowships

The Humboldt Research Fellowship enables highly-qualified scientists and scholars of all nationalities and all disciplines to carry out research projects for extended periods of time in cooperation with academic hosts at research institutions in Germany. Fellowships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement, the quality and feasibility of the proposed research and the applicant's publications.