[ES_JOBS_NET] Research Geologist, Holocene Paleoclimate, Reston, Virginia

Willard, Debra dwillard at usgs.gov
Fri May 23 10:19:42 MDT 2014

*Research Geologist, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Eastern Geology and
Paleoclimate Science Center, Reston, Va. *

      The USGS invites applications for a permanent research position in
the field of Holocene paleoclimate and paleoenvironmental studies. The
position will be filled at the GS 12 (salary is $75,621 to $98,305 per

     The successful candidate for the position will synthesize, generate,
and interpret data from new and existing Holocene sedimentary records from
North America and adjacent oceans to facilitate understanding of regional
and continental-scale climate variability and change over the last 15,000
years. The successful candidate will also be an expert in one or more of
the following to analyze and interpret data from sediment cores collected
in terrestrial, estuarine, or marine settings: palynology,
micropaleontology, geochemistry, geochronology, sedimentology. Experience
with statistics, data synthesis, and assimilation techniques also is

     Detailed vacancy requirements and applications procedures can be found
in our online vacancy announcement at the links listed below. This position
will be filled as a Research Geologist, with a full promotion potential of
GS-15. The vacancy announcement can be found on the Office of Personnel
Management's USAJOBS website at www.usajobs.gov or you may directly link to
the vacancy announcement on USAJOBS using one of the links below.

·      For candidates who have never worked for the Federal Government
(Announcement Number ATL-2014-0534):

·      For current status employees or reinstatement eligible (Announcement
Number ATL-2014-0533):  https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/369384500

      Applications must be submitted online by midnight Eastern time, June
13, 2014, to be considered. It is important that candidates view the
Vacancy Announcement in its entirety to be sure that all required documents
are submitted. Incomplete application packages cannot be considered. U.S.
citizenship is required. The USGS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Debra A. Willard, PhD
US Geological Survey
Coordinator, Climate and Land Use Change Research & Development Program
926A National Center
Reston, VA 20192
phone:   703-648-5320
e-mail:  dwillard at usgs.gov
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