CEDAR email: Job Opening for On-site R&D Manager - AER Space Weather Division - Albuquerque/AFRL/Kirtland AFB

Quinn, Rick RQuinn at aer.com
Mon Nov 5 13:16:54 MST 2018

Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) has an immediate need for a senior technical professional to manage multiple Research and Development teams on site at the Air Force Research Laboratory at the Kirtland AFB, NM location. AER's R&D efforts at AFRL span basic and applied research, software development and integrated technology support in the areas of space environment and space weather. AER supports operations regarding the data collection, processing and distribution of both satellite and ground-based measurements. Candidates will support mentoring, training and coordination of project management activities, development and application of software best practices and customer interface and business development activities. Additional activities will include assisting with the research, development, technical support, and data center continued upgrades, and design for the future integration of additional physical models. Proven ability to manage R&D teams and projects, address complex software problems, oversee data quality, supervise scientific and engineering employees and strong customer communication is required. Successful applicant will have opportunities to manage and contribute to scientific research, presentations & publications, as well as corporate R&D efforts. Skill writing effective proposals and managing contracts and subcontracts is a plus. Strong leadership skills are essential. Background in space weather highly desirable. Full description and application available at: https://careers.verisk.com/viewjob.html?optlink-view=view-61658&ERFormID=newjoblist&ERFormCode=any

Hiring Manager:
Richard A. Quinn
VP Space Weather Division
Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc.
rquinn at aer.com<mailto:rquinn at aer.com>


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