[ES_JOBS_NET] US Federal Program Manager for Geosciences Program
marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Sat Jan 24 18:38:56 MST 2015
> The Office of
> Basic Energy Sciences (BES) within the Office of Science in
> the Department of Energy (DOE) is seeking an individual (US
> Citizenship required) to manage a portfolio of fundamental
> research focused on geoscience.
> This is a permanent position located in Germantown, Maryland
> and the successful applicant will become a Federal employee
> under the GS pay and benefit system. The job title is
> Geologist (GS 15) with a pay range of $126,245 - $158,700.
> Information about
> the Office of Basic Energy Sciences may be found at:
> http://science.energy.gov/bes/ 
> Individuals will
> be considered who have a scientific background relevant to
> geoscience, including geochemistry and geophysics broadly
> defined. The individual selected will be expected to build on
> their current expertise by acquiring the requisite knowledge
> needed to manage the Geosciences Program’s portfolio of projects at
> Universities and DOE National Laboratories.
> This research area develops scientific
> principles enabling improved understanding of the
> fundamental basis of geological processes and their rates.
> Technological applications of geoscience at DOE are
> investigated by the applied energy and environmental
> programs across the agency, thus the focus of the basic
> research activity will be on core science challenges that
> have the potential to provide help to multiple mission
> areas. Research areas include, among others, analytical
> geochemistry, experimental and theoretical geochemistry,
> rock physics and fluid flow physics, hydrology, geophysical
> imaging of rock and fluid properties, and computational
> realizations of critical geochemical and geophysical
> A complete description of the
> Geosciences Research program from the most recent principal
> investigator’s meeting abstract book can be found at:
> In 2007 BES supported a Basic Research
> for Geosciences workshop that can be found at:
> http://science.energy.gov/~/media/bes/pdf/reports/files/geo_rpt.pdf 
> This position will be posted at
> https://www.usajobs.gov/ 
> for a period of only
> 10 days, beginning in late January or early February.
> Interested applicants are strongly encouraged to contact
> Drs. Tanja Pietraß (tanja.pietrass at science.doe.gov ), or John Miller
> (john.miller at science.doe.gov ) for more information about this
> position and the application process, including when and how
> to apply.
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