[ES_JOBS_NET] Please Circulate: USGS Earth Surface Biogeochemistry Laboratory Manager Position - Applications Accepted Starting May 1st.

Erika Marín-Spiotta marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Fri Apr 26 21:04:27 MDT 2019

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

The USGS Earth Systems Biogeochemistry (ESB) Laboratory in Denver, Colorado
is recruiting a full-time, masters-level (GS-9), laboratory/field manager.
The ESB Lab conducts detailed studies of biogeochemical processes in
terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, with a particular emphasis on soils.
Our current work is centered on understanding regional scale controls on
soil organic matter cycling in the mountain and desert ecosystems of the
southwestern, US. We are looking for candidates with a strong background in
biogeochemistry and experience in both laboratory and field environments.
The incumbent will spend approximately 80% of their time managing the ESB
laboratory operations, including sample processing and analytical
workflows, as well as some data management and interpretation. The
remaining 20% of their time will be spent assisting with or overseeing
field studies and sample collection. This fieldwork will occur in remote
environments occasionally requiring hiking and camping in backcountry
conditions. Applicants with training in geospatial data analyses, GIS, or
the R programming environment are strongly encouraged to apply. For
questions about the work being conducted by the ESB Laboratory, please
contact Corey Lawrence (clawrence at usgs.gov) .

More details about this position, including details on how to apply, can be
found at USAjobs.gov or using the following link:

We will begin accepting applications starting on Wednesday, May 5th and the
opportunity will remain open for at least 5 business days, tentatively
closing on Wednesday, May 8th. For questions about the vacancy or the
application process, please refer to the job posting linked above. If you
can't find the answer to your questions there, additional contact
information is detailed at the bottom of the posting.

Thanks in advance for sharing this opportunity with your recent graduates
or current Masters students planning to graduate this semester.

Kind Regards,

Corey Lawrence, Research Geologist
Geoscience & Environmental Change Science Center
U.S. Geological Survey <http://www.usgs.gov>
Office: 303.236.3210
Web: USGS Professional Page
ORCID: orcid.org/0000-0001-6143-7781
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