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1.Laboratory & Facility Manager - Canadian Ice Core Archive

Department Description:

The position of Lab and Facility Manager for the Canadian Ice Core Archive (CICA) is a research scientist appointment to manage the establishment and subsequent operation of the Canadian Ice Core Archive and its associated laboratory facilities and instrumentation. The incumbent reports administratively to the Executive Director of CICA, Dr. Martin Sharp. The position involves the oversight of a core storage facility, core processing laboratory, and an analytical facility that will initially house a line scanning camera, solid electrical conductivity measurement system, Picarro stable isotope analyzer, dual ion chromatograph system, particle size analyzer, and spectrofluorometer, as well as a core melter system designed to general input for continuous flow analyses of ice cores.

The incumbent will serve on CICA's Management Committee and its Ice Core Curation and Ice Data Working Groups. They will work with CICA investigators and external users to plan new scientific uses for the collection, to identify suitable material for specific uses, to design and construct specific workflows and core processing lines, and to schedule usage of the CICA facilities and provide training in their use. They will liaise with the managers of other UA labs (including trace metals, radiogenic and stable isotopes, organic contaminants, microbiology and genomics) in order to facilitate ice core research that uses these facilities. They will (in collaboration with staff from UA libraries) be responsible for accessioning the ice core collection and for developing and maintaining a digital database that relates to it.

The successful candidate will be responsible for day-to-day health and safety issues in the laboratory and for the administration of the facilities, including ensuring the continued running and performance of the cold rooms and instrumentation, quality control, supervision of technicians and facility users, and for scheduling, budgeting, and costing of services. They may also conduct independent research involving the collection and analysis of ice cores. This may include the training and supervision of undergraduate and graduate students in appropriate areas, and the planning of new ice core collection activities.

Working with the CICA Executive Director, Principle Investigators and Governance Committees, the facility manager will develop and implement a strategy to sustain and enhance CICA's capabilities and build its user base, and plan for the upgrading and replacement of CICA equipment as needed. They will also ensure that CICA operates in a manner consistent with the standards of other international ice core laboratories.

The successful candidate will have a PhD in ice core science, postdoctoral experience, and advanced knowledge and experience of relevant analytical techniques and instrumentation. Experience of ice core collection in the field and of collections management (including digital databases) would be assets. The position involves the co-ordination, supervision and interactions with a large number of students and faculty both internal and external to the university, including international visitors. As such, superior organizational and interpersonal skills are required along with excellent written/verbal communication skills in English.

The position is a full-time academic appointment at the Faculty Service Officer II level and formally reports to the Chair, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. In accordance with the Faculty Service Officer Agreement, the position offers a comprehensive benefits package and an annual salary range of $75,404 - $104,828. The appointment is a continuing position with opportunity to progress through the Faculty Service Officer ranks.

Review of applications will begin August 31, 2016. The start date is January 1, 2017. Applicants should send a letter of application with a detailed curriculum vitae and arrange for three confidential letters of reference to be forwarded to the address below.

To assist the University in complying with mandatory reporting requirements of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (RSOE (3) (e)), please include the first digit of your Canadian Social Insurance Number in your application.  If you do not have a Canadian Social Insurance Number, please indicate this in your application.

Details

Employer

University of Alberta

Location

Alberta (CA)

Posted

Jul 19, 2016

Discipline

Atmospheric Sciences, Earth and Space Science Informatics, Geochemistry

Career Level

Postdoctoral

Education Level

PhD

Link:

https://careers.agu.org/job/7997921/laboratory-and-facility-manager-canadian-ice-core-archive/?LinkSource=PremiumListing

2. Astronomer (ESM Program Director), MPS/AST, AD-1330-04 (Closes: 09/09/2016)

The National Science Foundation (NSF) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Program Director within the Electromagnetic Spectrum Management Unit (ESMU), Division of Astronomical Sciences (AST), Directorate for Mathematical and Physical Sciences (MPS), Arlington, VA. The objective of NSF’s ESMU is to ensure access by the scientific community to portions of the radio spectrum that are needed for research purposes. The ESMU staff members accomplish this objective by representing the interests of the NSF and the scientific community in various national and international regulatory bodies, including the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL), and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU); and by communicating with the science community about spectrum-related issues that impact scientific use of the radio spectrum. ESMU staff members also are responsible for obtaining certification and frequency authorizations for radio systems operating under NSF control. ESMU provides spectrum management support for the entire NSF, including radio astronomy, remote sensing, satellite systems, oceanography, ionospheric and magnetospheric radars, and routine operational systems that require spectrum support. For more information about AST and its programs, please visit here.  

HTML: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/444271500

The candidate selected for this position will be directly responsible for establishing an overall strategy for spectrum management within the NSF, setting NSF’s positions on a wide range of spectrum-related issues, and working within various national and international committees to further those positions. The successful candidate will also be responsible for making presentations at scientific conferences and to advisory bodies on spectrum-related issues, and will interface with government and private-sector spectrum-using entities to coordinate frequency use.

Depending on the expertise of the successful candidate, the program director also may have the opportunity to assist in the program management of other programs within the Division of Astronomical Sciences. This may include soliciting grant proposals, interfacing with current and prospective Principal Investigators (PIs), organizing and running proposal review panels, and making funding recommendations.

Candidates for this position must possess a Ph.D (or equivalent degree) in a physical science, mathematics, geoscience, computer science, or electrical engineering field plus, after award of the Ph.D., six or more years of relevant research or work experience. Candidates must have a good working knowledge of wireless engineering, radio astronomy, or related disciplines. Excellent communication (verbal and written) skills are required, as is the ability to operate effectively in a complex regulatory environment with multiple governmental and non-governmental stakeholders. U.S. citizenship and the ability to obtain a security clearance at the secret level or above are required. Prior experience in radio spectrum management and experience in international negotiation and coordination are highly desired.

Individuals interested in applying for this vacancy should submit their materials to announcement      . Hearing impaired individuals may call TDD 703-292-5090). Applications must be received by August 31, 2016.

NSF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Quality Ranking Factors

  1. Knowledge and understanding of radio-frequency engineering principles and terminology as demonstrated through work experience in the field of wireless communications, radio astronomy, radar studies, or remote sensing; prior coursework; professional publications or presentations in the field of radio-frequency engineering; or other relevant experience.
  2. Experience in the field of radio spectrum management as evidenced by active participation in NTIA, FCC, CITEL, ITU, or related processes; by prior achievement of the Certified Spectrum Manager credential; or by other relevant experience in the allocation and use of radio-frequency assignments.
  3. Participation in the community of scientists who make use of the radio-frequency spectrum for scientific investigations, as evidenced by relevant publications, collaborations, or other interactions.
  4. Demonstrated ability to work effectively within formal committee settings in national and international arenas.
  5. Excellent written and spoken communications skills

Details

Employer

The National Science Foundation Ballston

Location

Arlington, VA

Posted

Jul 20, 2016

Discipline

Interdisciplinary/Other, Planetary Sciences

Career Level

Experienced

Education Level

PhD

Link:

https://careers.agu.org/job/7997929/astronomer-esm-program-director-mps-ast-ad-1330-04-closes-09-09-2016-/?LinkSource=PremiumListing

3. Tenure Track Faculty - Sedimentary Geology

The Department of Geosciences at The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in Sedimentary Geology, broadly defined. We seek a colleague working to understand the chemical, physical or biological evolution of modern or ancient sedimentary systems. We are especially interested in applicants who integrate a combination of field, laboratory, and modeling techniques, and who complement our existing departmental strengths in geobiology, geochemistry, and geophysics. Successful applicants will be expected to contribute to a diverse research and teaching community in the Department of Geosciences through the development of a vigorous, internationally recognized and externally funded research program, and through teaching courses in their discipline at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The Department of Geosciences is part of the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, and houses research programs spanning a broad spectrum of Earth Science disciplines (further information is available at:  http://www.geosc.psu.edu). Applicants must have a Ph.D. in geosciences or a related field at the time of appointment. Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement outlining research and teaching interests, and the names and contact information of three references. All materials must be submitted online. Review of applications will begin on November 1, 2016 and continue until the position is filled. Appointment may begin as early as July 1, 2017. For further information or questions, please contact Mark Patzkowsky, Chair of the Search Committee at mep12@psu.edu.

Details

Employer

Jobelephant.com

Location

Pennsylvania State University

Posted

Jul 19, 2016

Discipline

Earth and Space Science Informatics

Career Level

Faculty

Education Level

PhD

Link:   

https://careers.agu.org/job/7997925/tenure-track-faculty-sedimentary-geology/

4.Assistant Professor of Geology

Overview:

The Geology Department at Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA seeks applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in environmental geochemistry starting in fall 2017.  PhD required at the time of appointment. Courses taught by the successful candidate will include hydrology, geochemistry, and environmental field methods at the majors level, and physical geology at the introductory level. We seek a dynamic, creative teacher/scholar, dedicated to diverse teaching approaches, enthusiastic about teaching intensive field-based geology courses, and able to develop a strong research program including collaboration with undergraduates. W&L and the Geology Department value excellence in scholarship, meaningful engagement in professional activities, sustainability, and the development of a campus climate that supports equality and diversity among its faculty, staff, and students.  W&L is a nationally ranked, highly selective liberal arts college. The Department (geology.wlu.edu) has excellent facilities and resources, makes great use of the Appalachians in field courses and labs, and belongs to the Keck Geology Consortium. Applications should include: curriculum vitae; teaching statement including teaching interests/experience; research statement; and contact information for 3 referees. Apply via email to wilsons@wlu.edu. Please address to Lisa Greer, Chair, Geology Department, Washington and Lee University.  Initial review of applications will begin Sept. 1; we will be available to meet with potential candidates at the fall GSA meeting in Denver.  Review will continue until the position is filled. The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Details

Employer

Washington and Lee University

Location

Lexington, Virginia

Posted

Jul 19, 2016

Discipline

Geochemistry

Career Level

Early Career (up to 10 years past degree)

Education Level

Phd

Link:

https://careers.agu.org/job/7997924/assistant-professor-of-geology/?LinkSource=PremiumListing

5.Quaternary Geologist

POSITION OVERVIEW:

The Quaternary Geologist will develop a research program in Quaternary geology and landscape evolution in Kansas, with special emphasis on the Pleistocene epoch.  It is also expected that the individual in this position will interactively pursue outside grant/contract funding with other KGS and University geologists to further the understanding of Pleistocene deposits in Kansas and their implications for understanding groundwater resources and other environmental issues in the state.  Must be eligible to work in the United States. 

KANSAS GEOLOGICAL SURVEY: 

The Kansas Geological Survey (KGS), a research and service division of the University of Kansas, is charged, by statute, with studying and providing information about the state's geologic resources. The KGS has no regulatory authority and does not take positions on natural resource issues.  

Research at the KGS focuses primarily on energy, water, and the environment and addresses natural resource challenges facing the state of Kansas. The KGS also generates new information about the state's geology and develops tools and techniques for studying the surface and subsurface through its geophysics and mapping programs. Primary users of this information include other state, local, and federal entities, such as the Kansas Water Office, the Kansas Corporation Commission, Kansas Department of Health and Environment, and the state's groundwater management districts; oil and gas exploration companies; companies and consultants that deal with construction, environmental, and geologic hazard issues; and educators, private citizens, and others who want basic information about the state's geology and resources. www.kgs.ku.edu

The KGS main headquarters is in Lawrence on the west campus of the University of Kansas, and the KGS Well Sample Library is in Wichita. With a staff of about 115 employees, including 34 student employees, the KGS has an annual state-appropriated budget of approximately $5.8 million. Another $2 million in grants and contracts were awarded in fiscal year 2014. The KGS reports to the Vice Chancellor for Research at the University of Kansas and has a 12-member advisory council to provide review and guidance.

*Job Description 85%  Research:  Conduct and publish the results of fundamental and applied research in Quaternary geology that is of national stature and relevant to Kansas. Develop externally funded individual and cooperative research programs in Quaternary deposits and environments focused on their paleoenvironmental and environmental applications to Kansas. Participate in KGS geologic mapping program as a lead mapper, in KGS geoarchaeological research program, and in collaborative geochemical research on the chronostratigraphy and paleoclimatology of Cenozoic deposits in Kansas.

10%  Service:  Participate in and serve in leadership roles in professional and scientific organizations.  Serve on University and KGS committees and organizations as assigned or in response to opportunities.  Provide technical assistance to KGS and KU staff in areas of scientific expertise.  Provide external professional peer reviews of journal manuscripts and grant proposals.

5%  Professional Performance:  Oversee laboratory spaces operated by the Stratigraphic Research Section and supervise KU student laboratory workers in Parker 18, Moore 101, and Moore 105.

  *Required Qualifications

  • Doctorate in Geology or related discipline.
  • Geologic mapping experience using GIS and LiDAR technology.
  • Research experience in soil science, Quaternary stratigraphy/geomorphology, and isotope geochemistry.
  • Concentration of research interest in terrestrial paleoecology and paleoclimatology.
  • Stratigraphic research experience using a variety of geochronologic techniques.
  • Research experience in geoarchaeology.
  • Research experience on carbonate diagenesis in clastic sediments.
  • Exposure to or experience with generating extramural research funding.
  • Preferred Qualifications
  • Experience in analysis of subsurface cores.
  • Training and experience in petrographic study of soils and sedimentary deposits.
  • Demonstrated record of successful performance in a team environment.
  • Record of scientific excellence indicated by scholarly publications and presentations at scientific meetings.
  • Contact Information to Candidates Annette Delaney
    adelaney@ku.edu
    785-864-2152
      Additional Candidate Instruction Apply online at
    https://employment.ku.edu/academic/6554BR.Complete the online KU application and upload the following:
     
  • Cover letter addressing the required and preferred qualifications;
  • Resume;
  • Contact information for 3 professional references.
  • A complete application will consist of all items above; incomplete applications will not be considered.
    First consideration will be given to applications submitted online by July 31, 2016; position open until filled.  
      Advertised Salary Range $60,000 to $65,000 depending on qualifications and experience.

Details

Employer

Kansas Geological Survey, University of Kansas

Location

Lawrence, Kansas

Posted

Jul 19, 2016

Discipline

Interdisciplinary/Other

Career Level

Postdoctoral

Education Level

PhD

Link:

https://careers.agu.org/job/7997922/quaternary-geologist/

6. Assistant Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences

The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the fields of climate, carbon cycling, or paleoclimatology. The ideal candidate will study climate or the effects of climate change in modern systems and/or over Cenozoic Earth history. Areas of interest include but are not limited to: paleoclimatology and records of consequent environmental change; elemental cycling and associated climate feedbacks; the response of terrestrial, marine, and/or freshwater systems to climate change. The candidate is expected to employ quantitative tools and ideally will integrate field observations with laboratory measurements.

The successful candidate is also expected to develop a vigorous, externally funded research program, maintain a strong publication record, teach a range of undergraduate and graduate courses, advise students, and be active in university service. We are seeking candidates who will complement our research programs in biogeochemistry and environmental geology as well as foster collaboration with environmental scientists across the Washington University community.

Candidates must have a Ph.D. with a focus in environmental Earth science, or a related field, at the time of appointment, and should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statements of teaching and research interests, and names and contact information of at least four references as a single PDF to Alex Bradley, Climate Search Committee Chair, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Washington University, Campus Box 1169, 1 Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO 63130, or via e-mail:  ClimateFacSearch@eps.wustl.edu.

The Department seeks an exceptionally qualified and diverse faculty; women, minorities, protected veterans and candidates with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Washington University in St. Louis is committed to the principles and practices of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action. It is the University’s policy to recruit, hire, train, and promote persons in all job titles without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, veteran status, disability, or genetic information. Applications will be considered until the position is filled, but priority will be given to those received by November 1, 2016.

Details

Employer

Washington University

Location

Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences

Posted

Jul 18, 2016

Discipline

Global Environmental Change, Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology

Career Level

Faculty

Education Level

PhD

Link:

https://careers.agu.org/job/7997902/assistant-professor-of-earth-and-planetary-sciences/

7.Assistant/Associate Professor of Aquatic/Coastal Biogeochemist

The College of Science and the School of Coastal and Marine Systems Science (SCMSS) at Coastal Carolina University invites applications for a 9-month tenure-track faculty position with expertise in aquatic and/or coastal biogeochemistry. Appointment will be at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor depending on experience and will begin Spring 2017.

Applicants must have a PhD. in a relevant field. This position will have graduate teaching and mentoring responsibilities in the School’s masters and doctoral programs.  The successful candidate will develop new areas of interdisciplinary research that use the resources of the School’s Environmental Quality Lab (http://www.coastal.edu/eql/) to build upon current strengths, involving members of the School’s faculty who include biogeochemical, physical, geological and biological oceanographers.  The EQL is state certified for in-situ and bench analyses, including nutrients, BOD, TOC, fecal bacteria, and chlorophyll.  This faculty member will serve as the director of the EQL, overseeing staff who support research needs and who run long-term water quality monitoring programs.    The lab is comprised of 2578 square feet of lab space, a lab manager, seven technicians, and five work-study students.  Resources for science-to-management efforts are available through the Waccamaw Watershed Academy (http://www.coastal.edu/wwa/ ) and for public outreach through the Coastal Waccamaw Stormwater Education Consortium (http://cwsec-sc.org/).

The SCMSS houses the Center for Marine and Wetland Studies (http://www.coastal.edu/scmss/), Waccamaw Watershed Academy, Environmental Quality Laboratory and related graduate programs. The School maintains a broad array of instrumentation and support staff well equipped for broad pursuits especially in geophysical seafloor and sub-bottom mapping, hydrodynamic observation and modeling, hydrogeology, and microbial and water quality analyses. A new 54’ research vessel is available for coastal and marine systems sampling.

Coastal Carolina University is a public comprehensive liberal arts institution located just nine miles from the Atlantic coast resort of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  Coastal enrolls more than 10,000 students from 45 states and 58 nations. The University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the baccalaureate and selective master’s degrees of national and/or regional significance in the arts and sciences, business, humanities, education, and health and human services, a specialist degree in educational leadership, and a Ph.D. degree in Marine Science.

Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of research interest and contact information for at least three professional references, electronically at http://jobs.coastal.edu. Review of applications will begin August 1, 2016 and continue until the position is filled.

Coastal Carolina University is an EO/AA employer.

Details:

Employer

Coastal Carolina University

Location

Conway, South Carolina

Posted

Jul 18, 2016

Discipline

Biogeosciences

Career Level

Faculty

Education Level

PhD

Links:

https://careers.agu.org/job/7997920/assistant-associate-professor-of-aquatic-coastal-biogeochemist/


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