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AGU发布最新工作信息 (March 30~April 4, 2018)
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1. Executive Director, Division of Hydrologic Sciences

The Desert Research Institute (DRI) has an exciting opportunity for an Executive Director for its Division of Hydrologic Sciences (DHS). DHS has approximately 130 faculty and support staff and 20 graduate research assistants and conducts more than $11 million in research annually within a highly diversified research portfolio that includes hydrogeology, geochemistry, water resource management, global change, geostatistical and earth systems analysis, and ecological engineering.

The primary function of the DHS Executive Director is to support, facilitate, and expand Division research activities through leadership that augments and enhances the Division’s multi-disciplinary scientific skills. DRI has two main campuses in Reno and Las Vegas, NV; the position can be located at either facility.

Executive Directors are expected to apply leadership, management, and research program development and implementation skills as described in a few more detailed items below.

  • Provide leadership and direction to integrate the Divisional strengths, encourage interactions among Division scientists and anticipate areas of scientific growth and opportunity.

  • Make strategic decisions that move the Division forward by understanding its capabilities and role in regional, national and international settings.

  • Provide direction to faculty and staff to support scientific and programmatic needs.

  • Lead efforts in workforce planning and recruitment of new diverse faculty and staff.

  • Prioritize allocation of Divisional funds for development of research programs.

  • Connect with funding agencies to promote DHS capabilities and attract research funds that result in opportunities for faculty and staff.

    Required Qualifications

  • Ph.D. or equivalent graduate degree from an accredited institution in water-related, civil or environmental engineering, aquatic geochemistry, or related field; or professional experience commensurate with an advanced degree.

  • Evidence of success in a setting in which a significant portion of funding comes from competitively awarded grants and contracts.

  • Evidence of innovation and success in leading research programs in governmental, private, or academic settings.

  • Demonstration of strong interpersonal, collaborative, and written communication skills built around a successful research program, including a record of peer-reviewed publications and a broad understanding of hydrologic sciences.

  • Ability to supervise/manage budgets, personnel, and human resource functions for organizations similar to DHS.

  • Any applicant must be a citizen of the United States and be able to obtain and maintain both US Department of Energy “Q” and US Department of Defense Top Secret clearances, which will require a background investigation by the Federal government with possible subsequent re-investigations.

     

Details

Employer

Desert Research Institute

Location

position can be located in Reno, Nevada or Las Vegas, Nevada

Salary

Salary is commensurate with experience and education + benefits, relocation, matching retirement

Posted

Apr 02, 2018

Closes

May 02, 2018

Ref

R0108923

Discipline

Cryosphere Sciences,Geochemistry, Hydrology,Interdisciplinary/Other, Near Surface Geophysics

Career Level

Experienced

Education Level

PhD

Job Type

Full-time

Link: https://findajob.agu.org/job/8004923/executive-director-division-of-hydrologic-sciences/  

2. President’s Professor of Fisheries and Ecosystems

Additional position details:

The College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences invites applications for an Associate Professor/Professor of Fisheries and Ecosystems. While the position is expected to be hired at the associate or full professor rank, exceptional candidates at the assistant level will be considered. This tenure-track position is fully funded for 12 months over the first 3 years, and thereafter receives 9-months of funding with the expectation that the incumbent will secure grants for 3 months of summer support annually. The position will be based at either of our CFOS locations in Juneau or Fairbanks, Alaska. The successful applicant will help train the next generation of fisheries scientists, biologists and biometricians to meet workforce needs of state and federal fishery management agencies, nongovernmental and tribal organizations, and the fishing industry.

Duties: Teaching, Research and Service

Applicant Instructions:

Interested applicants must apply online.  If you need assistance applying to this posting, please contact the UAF Office of Human Resources at 907-474-7700. Specific questions about the position can be directed to Dr. Gordon Kruse, Search Committee Chair, at 907-796-5458 or at ghkruse@alaska.edu.

Required Applicant Documents:

Brief Cover Letter

Statement of Interest and Qualifications (including research, teaching, and outreach plans)

Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Contact information for three professional references (address, email and phone number)

*Also, please note that a 10-minute overview presentation that describes the candidate’s vision for a research program based in Alaska will be required of those candidates selected for a phone interview.*

Details

Employer

University of Alaska Fairbanks, College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciecnes

Location

Fairbanks, Alaska OR Juneau, Alaska

Salary

Salary commensurate with experience

Posted

Apr 02, 2018

Closes

May 02, 2018

Discipline

Ocean Science

Career Level

Faculty

Education Level

PhD

Job Type

Tenure Track

Link: https://findajob.agu.org/job/8004922/president-s-professor-of-fisheries-and-ecosystems/?LinkSource=PremiumListing

3. Two graduate opportunities - Stream Restoration and Subsurface/Energy Geochemistry

Applicants are sought for two funded graduate opportunities at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Department of Geography & Earth Sciences, beginning August 2018:

 

(1) Stream Restoration:  This interdisciplinary research examines the impact of restoration on a 6 km2 urban forested watershed.  Overall project goals are to determine how watershed-scale restoration influences water quality, macroinvertebrate recovery, and groundwater-surface water interactions. Applicants with interest in groundwater-surface water interactions and their relationship to stream chemistry are especially encouraged to apply. Students will pursue independent research problems within the scope of this project while supporting a multi-year monitoring program in the restored watershed. B.S. or M.S. degree in a related field is required (M.S. is preferred).  Applicants with a M.S. degree may enter the Ph.D. program in Infrastructure & Environmental Systems or Ph.D. program in Geography. Master’s students may enter the M.S. program in Earth Sciences. Potential applicants are encouraged to contact Dr. David Vinson (dsvinson@uncc.edu) or Dr. Sandra Clinton (sclinto1@uncc.edu).

 

(2) Subsurface/Energy Geochemistry:  A newly funded project will examine the

generation of microbial methane and its precursor compounds during the biodegradation of coal beds. This study will include examination of gas and coexisting water from field sampling and a laboratory incubation.  Applicants with a MS degree may enter the PhD program in Infrastructure & Environmental Systems. A MS degree in geosciences or a related field, background in geochemistry, and interest in gas and water analysis is preferred.  Potential applicants are encouraged to contact Dr. David Vinson (dsvinson@uncc.edu).

 

Details:

Employer

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Department of Geography & Earth Sciences

Location

Charlotte, North Carolina

Posted

Mar 30, 2018

Closes

Apr 29, 2018

Discipline

Biogeosciences,Geochemistry, Hydrology

Career Level

Student / Graduate

Education Level

Masters

Link: https://findajob.agu.org/job/8004920/two-graduate-opportunities-stream-restoration-and-subsurface-energy-geochemistry/

4. Visiting Assistant Professor

The Department of Geological Sciences at Ohio University invites applications for a one-year Visiting Assistant Professor in petrology to begin August 16, 2018. Successful candidates will possess a Ph.D. in a related discipline by the start date and show demonstrated potential for excellence in teaching. We seek a broadly trained geoscientist with teaching and research interests in petrology and/or structural geology. Candidates will be able to teach introductory geology courses and core curricular courses in hard rock geology (Earth materials, igneous and metamorphic petrology / petrography, and potentially structural geology) as well as be available to conduct field trips. The teaching load will be 2-3 courses per semester and may include online courses. Special attention will be given to candidates willing to co-teach a summer 2019 field geology course. The successful candidate will be eligible to apply for a permanent tenure-track position when a search is conducted.

 

The Department of Geological Sciences has over 70 undergraduate majors and 20 graduate students. The department offers Bachelor of Science degrees in geology and environmental geology, a Bachelor of Arts degree in geology, and a Master’s of Science degree in geology. Ohio University is a research-extensive institution, enrolling over 23,000 students on the Athens campus and more than 8,000 students on five regional campuses. The College of Arts and Sciences includes 280 tenured and tenure-track faculty members and contains 19 departments. Further information about Ohio University may be found at the university’s web site: http://www.ohio.edu.

 

Details:

Employer

Ohio University Department of Geological Sciences

Location

Athens, Ohio (US)

Salary

Salary will be commensurate with education and experience. Faculty members also enjoy a generous ben

Posted

Mar 29, 2018

Closes

May 15, 2018

Discipline

Geochemistry, Mineral and Rock Physics, Volcanology, Geochemistry, and Petrology

Career Level

Early Career (up to 10 years past degree)

Education Level

PhD

Link: https://findajob.agu.org/job/8004918/visiting-assistant-professor/?LinkSource=PremiumListing

5. Atmospheric Science Postdoctoral Scholar

The Climate & Ecosystem Sciences Division (https://eesa.lbl.gov/our-divisions/climate-ecosystem-sciences/) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) seeks an Atmospheric Science Postdoctoral Scholar to research land-atmosphere interactions across multiple scales. This position is part of an interdisciplinary project to advance fundamental understanding and modeling of soil moisture-vegetation-precipitation feedbacks affecting the statistics of drought and heavy precipitation extremes. Research topics include the role of soil moisture, surface heat fluxes, and cold-pools in convective initiation, land-surface and boundary-layer influences on the timing and intensity of deep convection on diurnal to multiday timescales, and regimes or preferred modes of multiscale land-atmosphere interactions. The successful candidate will join a highly collaborative and effective team solving fundamental problems in climate and atmospheric science.

 

Details:

Employer

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Location

Berkeley, California (US)

Salary

Salary will be predetermined based on postdoctoral step rates.

Posted

Mar 29, 2018

Closes

Apr 28, 2018

Discipline

Atmospheric Sciences

Career Level

Postdoctoral

Education Level

PhD

Link: https://findajob.agu.org/job/8004917/atmospheric-science-postdoctoral-scholar-/

6. Post-doctoral research associate: Aquatic landscape ecology and applied hydrology

We are seeking a highly motivated post-doctoral research associate to contribute to efforts that will characterize limits to and conservation opportunities for fluvial fishes and their habitats throughout the United States. The research associate will have two sets of responsibilities:

 

1. Contribute to on-going efforts to model distributions of fluvial fishes throughout their native ranges. In support of this task, the research associate will contribute to developing species distribution models using established analytical approaches as well as developing recommendations and other products based on results to aid in conserving fishes from both current and future threats. The research associate will work closely with colleagues from USGS to ensure that outcomes from this work, including data, analytical procedures, and modeling results, can be applied by a diverse group of stakeholders nationally.

 

2. Develop an approach to characterize the degree to which stream flows may be modified by human influences over large spatial extents. In support of this task, the post-doctoral research associate will aid in organizing a working group of national experts on stream flow. With input from this group, the research associate will conduct a review of available stream flow data sets and models, describe their comparability, coordinate the synthesis of comparable data, and document both steps and needs for assessing the degree to which flows may be modified by human influences in different regions of the United States.

 

Details:

Employer

Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan State University

Location

East Lansing, Michigan

Salary

$45,000 per year + benefits

Posted

Mar 29, 2018

Closes

Apr 27, 2018

Discipline

Global Environmental Change, Hydrology,Interdisciplinary/Other

Career Level

Postdoctoral

Education Level

PhD

Job Type

Full-time

Link: https://findajob.agu.org/job/8004916/post-doctoral-research-associate-aquatic-landscape-ecology-and-applied-hydrology/

7. Training Officer (Atmospheric Composition Applications) VN18 22

We are recruiting for a training officer with a good knowledge of

remote sensing applications and how atmospheric composition products derived from satellite data are used in science-based operational applications.

 

Our plan is to focus our training activity on the needs of our user community, ensuring that we support changes in how our products are used in science-based operational activities.  You will build relationships with key stakeholders and partners to establish their needs and then identify methodologies to provide thematic leadership on potential application areas.  You will build and develop global networks, leveraging our relationships with users helping to expand their knowledge and understanding of atmospheric composition products and their real-life applications.

 

You will apply your expertise in remote sensing to prepare our users for current and future satellite systems.  This is a fantastic opportunity to influence our scientific training programme and become involved in international projects, ensuring our users improve their capacity and capability to exploit our data and develop a deeper understanding of the world’s climate.

 

Details:

Employer

EUMETSAT

Location

Darmstadt, Hessen (DE)

Salary

Competitive

Posted

Mar 27, 2018

Closes

Apr 26, 2018

Ref

VN18 22

Discipline

Atmospheric Sciences

Career Level

Experienced

Education Level

PhD

Link: https://findajob.agu.org/job/8004908/training-officer-atmospheric-composition-applications-vn18-22/

 

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