Outside Employment Opportunities
Hope College tenure track search - open area, assistant or associate level - Deadline October 1st
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The Hope College Chemistry Department (www.hope.edu/academic/chemistry) invites applications for one tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor position, open to all areas of chemistry, to start in Fall 2020. Candidates must have a Ph.D. Postdoctoral experience is preferred. The Chemistry Department is a national leader in undergraduate research. The development of a strong, externally-funded research program involving undergraduate students is expected. Start-up funds will be provided. Teaching responsibilities will be split between classroom and laboratory courses in the candidate’s field of expertise and the introductory chemistry program.
About the Department of Chemistry
The Department of Chemistry has long been one of the nation’s premier undergraduate chemistry programs. Despite the moderate size of Hope’s student body, the ACS and ASBMB-certified chemistry department includes 14 research active faculty and graduates an average of 45 chemistry majors per year. The Department offers BA and BS degrees, a biochemistry and molecular biology major (jointly with the Biology Department), and an interdisciplinary neuroscience major.
Undergraduate education through excellent classroom teaching with appropriate modern pedagogies integrated with authentic faculty scholarship with undergraduate student collaborators is a hallmark of our program. Student-faculty collaborative research involves approximately 100 students per year, including 55 who perform research in the department each summer. The success of the research program is demonstrated by the publication of research results and by the accomplishments of our graduates. Members of the Department have published 140 peer reviewed papers since 2010, 96 of which incorporate over 298 student coauthors. Based on NSF records, 250 Hope graduates have received PhDs in chemistry since 1958, which ranks Hope in the top 1% of all 614 US liberal arts and undergraduate institutions. This production continues into the current decade, as an average of 10 students enter graduate school each year. An average of 13 additional students enter medical or dental schools each year, representing an admissions rate of nearly 85%. Student-faculty collaborative research is supported generously by Departmental and College funds, but the majority of support is obtained from external funding agencies. Chemistry Department faculty currently hold active grants worth over $1.4 million, acquired from the National Science Foundation, the Beckman Foundation, the American Chemical Society, Research Corp., and the Dreyfus Foundation, among others
The Chemistry Department is housed in the A. Paul Schaap Science Center, where each faculty member has a private office and an adjoining lab for research. A full time Director of Laboratories handles purchasing, maintains the chemical stockroom, and manages over 50 student employees within the department. The Department has a broad range of modern research and teaching instrumentation. A complete list can be found here.
QualificationsCandidates must have a Ph.D. Postdoctoral experience is preferred. Review of completed applications will begin September 16. A subset of candidates will be asked to be available for a video interview.
Application InstructionsThe following application materials must be submitted electronically via www.hope.edu/employment/faculty:
- Cover letter
- Curriculum vitae
- Detailed description of research plans that includes the suitability of the projects for undergraduate researchers and potential funding opportunities (approximately 4-6 pages)
- Statement of teaching philosophy that may include reflection on your experiences, pedagogical approaches, and/or teaching goals. Please include a list of courses that you feel qualified to teach, whether those offered at Hope (https://hope.edu/catalog/current/chemistry/index.html) or others that you could envision. A description of how your teaching and/or mentoring could contribute to the Chemistry Department’s promotion of inclusion and diversity is welcomed. (Approximately 2 pages total)
- A statement describing your fit to the mission of Hope College (https://hope.edu/about/mission.html). As it may not be addressed elsewhere in your application, please devote particular attention to the Christian aspect of the mission statement and your personal engagement with faith and/or a faith community. (Approximately 1 page)
- Unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts
- Contact information for at least three references. These references will be contacted upon application to submit a letter of recommendation
About Hope CollegeHope College is a four-year liberal arts college where academic excellence and vibrant Christian faith join together in a supportive and welcoming community. Hope offers an academically rigorous, co-educational and residential education to 3,150 undergraduate students from 37 states and more than 36 countries. Affiliated with the Reformed Church in America since its founding in 1866, Hope College is known for its invitational ecumenical Christian atmosphere, friendly campus community, and well-balanced academic and co-curricular offerings. Hope’s beautiful campus is located just steps from award-winning downtown Holland, Michigan, and fewer than seven miles from Lake Michigan.
At Hope College, accomplished faculty and staff mentor students to recognize the interconnectedness of the world and cultivate the skills, perspectives and habits that help them flourish inside and outside the classroom. Recognized as a national leader in undergraduate research and scholarship, Hope provides exceptional professional preparation and life-changing educational experiences that equip students for success after graduation. The college has consistently ranked among the nation’s top liberal arts colleges and is featured in the book Colleges That Change Lives.
Hope College is financially sound, with more than 50 consecutive years of balanced budgets, an endowment of approximately $230 million and no deferred maintenance, and over $140 million invested in the construction of new facilities during the past 12 years. Since 2015, the college has completed three new buildings — Kruizenga Art Museum (2015), the Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts (2015) and the Jim and Martie Bultman Student Center (2017). The next facility to be built will be a new home for the college’s Campus Ministries programs, which is slated for completion in fall 2019.
In 2015, Hope College launched its 10-year strategic plan, Hope for the World: 2025, which consists of six goals, focused on: academics; Christian formation; global engagement; community; reputation and influence; and value. Developed by the campus community, the strategic plan supports the college’s mission, “to educate students for lives of leadership and service in a global society through academic and co-curricular programs of recognized excellence in the liberal arts and in the context of the historic Christian faith.”
Hope College is a community that aspires to be faithful, welcoming and transformational. Accordingly, the college is committed to being a place where all experience a sense of belonging. Students of all faiths — and no faith — are welcome at Hope, as are students of all racial and ethnic backgrounds. In 2018-19, 18 percent of the student body identified as a race other than Caucasian. On Hope’s campus, there is broad understanding that, in order to best prepare students for lives of leadership and service in a global society, the college must have diversity among its faculty and staff. Twenty-four percent of Hope’s tenure-track faculty are from underrepresented groups, coming from both the U.S. and abroad.
Holland, Michigan is located in the heart of West Michigan, on the shores of Lake Michigan and Lake Macatawa. The city is known for being a friendly college town, a beautiful vacation destination, and annual host of both the Tulip Time Festival and Tulipanes Festival. With a city population of 33,000, Holland resides within the greater Holland-Zeeland area populated by 100,000 — 30 minutes from Grand Rapids, 2.5 hours from Ann Arbor and Chicago and 3 hours from Detroit. Holland features a picturesque downtown just steps from the Hope College campus — home to restaurants, cafés, shops and a popular farmer’s market — as well as miles of sandy beaches, nationally ranked school districts and charming parks throughout the surrounding area. In recent years, Holland has earned recognition for being one of the “Best Beach Towns to Live In” (WalletHub, 2018), “Prettiest Towns” (Architectural Digest, 2018) and “Best Cities for Global Trade” (Global Trade Magazine, 2017) as well as the #1 “Best Small City to Start a Business” (WalletHub 2018). The City of Holland has also earned several top honors for the “America in Bloom” competition, including awards for “Environmental Efforts” and “Coolest Downtown.” The Holland area is strengthened by its diversity, with people of color comprising 33% of the city’s population. The Latino community is particularly vibrant, accounting for 24% of Holland residents. For more about neighborhoods, recreation, businesses and life in Holland, visit the city’s “Live in Holland Michigan” website.
Hope College seeks to be a community that affirms the dignity of all persons as bearers of God’s image. It is Hope College policy not to discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, family status, genetic information, height, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, or weight, except in the event of a bona fide occupational qualification. Hope College is an equal opportunity employer.
UCLA Temporary Lecturer Positions - Deadline June 30th
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The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at UCLA seeks applications for temporary lecturer positions in both Organic Chemistry and General Chemistry lectures and laboratories during the 2019-2020 academic year.
Responsibilities will include lecturing, conducting regularly scheduled office hours, writing and grading exams and problem sets, and supervising teaching assistants for the courses. Lecturer appointments are established quarter by quarter according to the instructional needs of the department. Applications will be kept on file for consideration for any openings that may occur throughout the year. Qualified candidates will have a Ph.D. in chemistry, organic chemistry, or equivalent discipline and have significant experience and strong record in teaching chemistry or biochemistry at the college level.
Requirements for all Positions
Candidates should provide a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy (max 1 page), and should arrange for 3 letters of reference to be uploaded to UCLA Academic Recruit.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.
The University of California, Los Angeles and the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry are interested in candidates who are committed to the highest standards of scholarship and professional activities, and to the development of a campus climate that supports equality and diversity. The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:
- Curriculum Vitae – Your most recently updated C.V.
- Statement of Teaching – max 1 page
- Statement on Contributions to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion – An EDI Statement describes a faculty candidate’s past, present, and future (planned) contributions to equity, diversity, and inclusion. To learn more about how UCLA thinks about contributions to equity, diversity, and inclusion, please review our Sample Guidance for Candidates and related EDI Statement FAQ document.
- Cover Letter (Optional)
- Statement of Research (Optional)
- Misc / Additional (Optional)
- 3 letters of reference required
Lawrence Postdoctoral Fellowship - Deadline October 1st
The Lawrence Fellowship is a highly-competitive postdoctoral position at LLNL that is open to all technical disciplines. Fellowships are awarded to candidates with exceptional talent, scientific track records, and potential for significant achievements. Typically, two to four fellowships are awarded each year, and the awards are for three years. Fellows are free to pursue their own research agenda under the guidance of a senior staff scientist who serves as a mentor. The fellows most often conduct their research in a collaborative, multidisciplinary manner with others in a team environment.
Colorado School of Mines Post-Doctoral RA - Inorganic Electrochemistry & Materials Science
Post-doctoral Research Associate
Shafer Radiochemistry Research Group
Post-doctoral researcher sought for full-time position at the Colorado School of Mines, in collaboration with our research sponsor. The project would focus on molten salt and materials chemistry of uranium, zirconium and lithium. Electrochemistry, materials science, molten salt and/or glovebox experience preferred. Ph.D. Required. Our group has a demonstrated history of exciting research in areas of nuclear security, materials management and fundamental f-element science. Publications can be found here: https://www.shafer-radiochemistry.com/publications/ and more information on the group can be found here: https://www.shafer-radiochemistry.com/
Responsibilities include: designing experiments and process flow; examination of solution effects in plating chemistry using electrochemical and spectroscopic methods electroplating; material characterization through SEM and other forms of microscopy, preparing biweekly progress update presentations and quarterly updates to research sponsor; collaborating effectively with sponsor partners through sample exchange, co-development of processes, and materials characterization; providing mentorship to a graduate student and undergraduate student on the project; maintaining excellent lab safety and a diverse, accepting work environment; and assisting our Assistant Research Professorwith research group management (total of 10 graduate students, 1 undergraduate student, 1 technician).
How to Apply
Applications should email Professor Shafer (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a CV, references and cover letter describing relevant skills and availability date (required). Desired start date is October 1, 2019, but flexibility exists regarding this. References will not be contacted until later in the selection process and you will be informed before that contact is made.
Starting salary will be determined by the qualifications of the selected applicant balanced with project budget availability and available market information. Mines provides an attractive benefits package including fully paid health and dental insurance. Part of Mines’ mission is to create a family-friendly environment supported through our dependent tuition benefits, parental leave benefits, and dependent care assistance plan, as well as in special events, camps, and programming. For more information visit: family.mines.edu
The Colorado School of Mines is located in picturesque Golden, in the foothills of the Rockies, 15 miles west of Denver and 20 miles south of Boulder. The Shafer Research Group focuses on both the fundamental and applied aspects of actinide science and related technologies. Dr. Shafer’s group is a high-quality, well-funded research program ($750,000 in annual research awards) with support from DTRA, DOE-NNSA, DOE-SC, DHS, and NSF. The research group is highly interdisciplinary and matriculates’ students with both Applied Chemistry and Nuclear Engineering graduate degrees.
Application close date
Open until filled
PNNL Post Doctorate RA - Molecular Catalysis - Deadline August 30th
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is a world-class research institution powered by a highly educated, diverse workforce committed to collaboration and work–life balance. Every year, scores of dynamic, driven postdocs come to PNNL to work with renowned researchers on meaningful science, innovations and outcomes for the U.S. Department of Energy and other sponsors; here is your chance to be one of them!
Contribute to PNNL’s goals in catalysis as part of the Lab’s Physical Sciences Division (PSD). As an experimental postdoctoral researcher in the Catalysis Science group, you will join a multi-investigator team focused on the design of molecular catalysts for the hydrogenation of CO2, carboxylic acids, and related species, with an emphasis on the impact of solvent on catalysis. You will be mentored by prominent researchers, including Aaron Appel, Eric Wiedner, and John Linehan, as you develop your experimental research, seeking to understand design concepts for molecular catalysts, often in close collaboration with heterogeneous catalysis colleagues.
The Ideal Candidate
If you are interested in becoming a postdoctoral researcher in catalysis at a national laboratory widely recognized for its work in catalysis, we want to connect with you. Details are below; you do not need to meet all of the preferred qualifications to be considered.
What you will do:
- Conduct independent research and work on team assignments
- Lead manuscript development and maintain a strong overall publication record in the peer-reviewed scientific literature
- Interact, communicate, and solve problems with a diverse team of co-workers in the Catalysis Science group, PSD and across PNNL
- Present research at technical conferences and project review meetings
PNNL is committed to diversity and inclusion; applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged.
Email PNNL Recruiter Fred Bond at Fred.Bond@pnnl.gov for details, or share this opportunity with someone you know today.
Candidates must have received a PhD within the past five years (60 months) or within the next 8 months from an accredited college or university.
- Ph.D. in Chemistry
- Experience in experimental catalysis research
- Strong verbal and written communications skills
- Experience with synthesis, characterization, and mechanistic chemistry
- Synthesis and manipulation of air-sensitive materials (drybox and Schlenk techniques)
- Proficiency with a range of spectroscopic techniques, particularly NMR spectroscopy
- Functional knowledge of thermodynamic and kinetic concepts
Equal Employment Opportunity
Battelle Memorial Institute (BMI) at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and supports diversity in the workplace. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital or family status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or genetic information. All BMI staff must be able to demonstrate the legal right to work in the United States. BMI is an E-Verify employer. Learn more at jobs.pnnl.gov.
At PNNL, you will find an exciting research environment and excellent benefits including health insurance, flexible work schedules and telework options. PNNL is located in eastern Washington State—the dry side of Washington known for its stellar outdoor recreation and affordable cost of living. The Lab’s campus is only a 45-minute flight (or ~3 hour drive) from Seattle or Portland, and is serviced by the convenient PSC airport, connected to 8 major hubs.
CIRES/CSD Instrumentation Specialist
At CIRES, the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, more than 800 environmental scientists work to understand the dynamic Earth system, including people’s relationship with the planet. CIRES is a partnership of NOAA and the University of Colorado Boulder, and our areas of expertise include weather and climate, changes at the Earth’s poles, air quality and atmospheric chemistry, water resources, and solid Earth sciences. Our vision is to be instrumental in ensuring a sustainable future environment by advancing scientific and societal understanding of the Earth system.
Earth System Research Laboratory, Chemical Sciences Division:
Our mission is to advance scientific understanding of three major environmental and societal issues of our time: climate, air quality, and stratospheric ozone layer through atmospheric research on the chemical and related physical processes that affect Earth’s atmospheric composition.
Our vision of the future is a nation that has the needed scientific understanding and information about our atmosphere (environmental intelligence) to make optimal decisions in the interests of the well being of current and future generations.
Integral to CSD’s work is ensuring that governments, the public, and industry can access our scientific findings. We provide explanations of our research in user-friendly, policy-relevant formats, which may be used to help develop informed decisions.
CSD’s work to advance the scientific understanding of atmospheric chemical processes is essential for understanding and predicting changes in Earth’s environment – the heart of NOAA’s mission.
What Your Key Responsibilities Will Be
- Develop instrumentation to measure the optical and chemical properties of aerosols, especially aircraft operation, sampling strategies, and data acquisition.
- Design and construct calibration systems for those instruments.
- Independently operate these instruments, calibration systems, and other instruments in the laboratory and the field.
- Occasional (about once per year) travel for several weeks at a time is required.
- Analyze and interpret data collected by these instruments.
- For hires at the Research Scientist level, present results at scientific meetings and publish them in peer-reviewed literature.
What You Should Know
CIRES commits to inclusive excellence by advancing equity and diversity in all that we do. We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, and particularly encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ community members, and others who demonstrate the ability to help us achieve our vision of a diverse and inclusive community.
This position will need to be able to pass a Federal security clearance to access the building. The position is rostered in CIRES at the University of Colorado Boulder campus, but the position will be situated at the David Skaggs Research Center, 325 Broadway, Boulder, CO, 80305, a NOAA Federal Laboratory facility.
What We Can Offer
CIRES can offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience.
The University of Colorado offers excellent benefits, including medical, dental, retirement, paid time off, tuition benefit and ECO Pass. The University of Colorado Boulder is one of the largest employers in Boulder County and offers an inspiring higher education environment. Learn more about the University of Colorado Boulder.
What We Require
- Master’s or PhD Degree in Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, or a closely related field. Candidates with a BS degree in one of the above mentioned fields and at least 3 years of exceptionally relevant experience will be given consideration.
- Expertise in at least two of the following:
- Data acquisition software such as Labview
- Computational flow modeling
- Mechanical design of scientific instrumentation
- Aerosol physics
- Demonstrated ability for self-guided, motivated and original instrumentation development and research. We are looking for someone who has experience that goes beyond just using standard commercial instrumentation.
- For hires as a Research Scientist, demonstrated record of publication in high-quality, peer-reviewed scientific journals.
What We Would Like You To Have
- Master’s or PhD Degree in Engineering, Physics, Chemistry or a closely related field.
To apply, please submit the following materials:
- Resume or CV.
- Cover letter addressed to the Search Committee briefly describing your qualifications, professional goals, and specific interest in this position.
- List of contact information for 3 references who may be contacted about your work history and qualifications.
- One (1) confidential Letter of Recommendation will be required for those who are short-listed, or who is identified as the finalist, depending on the selection process. It is important that your referees are prepared in advance to expect an email from CU Boulder Campus HR requesting that the letter be uploaded through the link provided in the email. This referee may also be someone who you have used on your “List of References.”
If you are selected as the finalist, your degree will be verified by CU Boulder Campus HR using an approved online vendor. If your degree was obtained outside of the United States, please submit a translated version as an optional attachment.
This position will remain open until filled. Applications will be screened as they are received.
Note: Application materials will not be accepted via email. For consideration, applications must be submitted through CU Boulder Jobs.
Postdoc available at Dartmouth with David Glueck - Start January 2020
Postdoc available at Dartmouth College with David Glueck
1-year position, may be renewed for another half year
Start date January 2020 (some flexibility possible)
ACS-PRF funded “Metal-Catalyzed Enantioselective Hydration of Nitriles”
Requires experience in inert-atmosphere synthesis/characterization techniques
Also valuable: expertise in catalysis, NMR, phosphine chemistry
Please send (to email@example.com) cover letter, CV, and 3 letters of recommendation.
University of Colorado Postdoc Fellow Divila Lab
Now hiring for a full-time postdoctoral fellow research position with benefits, which will be responsible for executing the research projects in the field of tumor immunology with oversight but minimal daily supervision from PI faculty. There will be an emphasis and research focus of the laboratory to develop novel immune-based strategies to induce tumor immunity including elucidating the mechanism of immune evasion mechanism in cancers.
This position reports directly to Dr. Eduardo Davila, PI of a immunotherapy research laboratory in the Department of Medicine and is responsible for performing the research summarized below. The laboratory is located on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, Colorado. The position is a faculty research position with the primary duties to conduct research and will not be involved in course instruction and is not eligible for tenure or overtime pay. An employee in this position can be terminated at any time without notice and severance pay may not be provided.
For full job description and to apply visit here.
Wolfe Laboratories, LLC Scientists / Associate Scientist
Wolfe Laboratories, LLC has an immediate need for Associate Scientists in which your current, or recent, graduates may be interested. These positions are newly-created due to our growth. December 2018, graduates are certainly eligible to apply as well as recent grads.
Fellowship and Internship Opportunities
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program - Deadline October 25th
Interested students should begin at the applicant information page http://www.nsfgrfp.org . The GRFP supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines who are pursuing research-based master’s and doctoral degrees at accredited United States institutions. The program provides up to three years of graduate education support, including an annual $34,000 stipend. Applications for Mathematical Sciences topics are due October 25, 2019.
US citizens and permanent residents who are planning to enter graduate school in fall 2020 are eligible (as are those in the first two years of such a graduate program, or who are returning to graduate school after being out for two or more years). The program solicitation (http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=6201 ) contains full details.
The GRFP awards more than 1,500 new fellowships each year. In the years 2013 through 2019, GRFP awards in the mathematical sciences have been given to more than 550 students who earned baccalaureate degrees from 190 colleges and universities throughout 45 states. The number of baccalaureate institutions has been growing through the years.
The GRFP also needs qualified faculty reviewers. Review panels are conducted by videoconference. Please see the panelist information page (http://www.nsfgrfp.org/panelist_info) and consider volunteering to serve as a panelist by registering at https://nsfgrfp.org/panelists .
Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study 2020-2021 Fellows - Deadline September 16th
Call for Fellows in the Sciences, 2020-2021
The Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS) supports outstanding, innovative research, applied and theoretical, in all academic disciplines, seeking Fellows in the formal, natural, and social sciences, engineering, arts, humanities, and law who are interested in sustained dialogue about meaning and method across the disciplines.
The institute challenges its Fellows to examine how their data and findings might advance ideas, to address fundamental and enduring questions about life, meaning, and purpose in relationship to their particular projects, to think through the ethical implications of their research, and to explore how their research can influence the world in positive and concrete ways.
Fellows receive stipends up to $90,000, subsidized housing, research funding, a faculty office, and multiple opportunities for engagement at the University of Notre Dame. Scientists with promising and appropriate projects, whether distinguished or beginning a career, are invited to apply.
To apply, visit: ndias.nd.edu/applysciences.
Application deadline: September 16, 2019
Data Science Fellowship 9/16-11/8
The Data Incubator is a Cornell-funded data science training organization. We run a free advanced 8-week fellowship (think data science bootcamp) for PhDs looking to enter industry. A variety of innovative companies partner with The Data Incubator for their hiring and training needs, including LinkedIn, Genentech, Capital One, Pfizer, and many others. The program is free for admitted Fellows – see the FAQ for more information.
Fellows have the option to participate in the program either in person in New York, San Francisco Bay Area, Boston, Washington DC, or online.
The next program (both in-person and online) will be 2019-09-16 – 2019-11-08. Sign up here for the latest information (including updates and deadlines) or to start your application: https://www.thedataincubator.com/fellowship.html#apply
U.S Department of Energy DOE Scholars Program at the Advanced Research Projects Agency–Energy (ARPA-E) - Now Accepting Applications
What is ARPA E?
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) is devoted exclusively to support research and development of high-potential, high-impact energy technologies that are too early for private-sector investment.
Why should I apply?
Being selected as a DOE Scholar at ARPA-E offers the following benefits:
- Stipends starting at $650 per week for graduate students and post graduates during the internship period
- Limited travel reimbursement to/from assigned location
- Direct exposure to and participation in projects and activities related to defining commercialization pathways for high-impact technology development programs
- Hands-on experience in experience in advancing the transition of cutting-edge energy technologies to market applications in a fast-paced environment
- Identification of career goals and opportunities
- Development of professional networks with leading scientists and subject matter experts
- Be a U.S. citizen at the time of application
- Have a Master’s or Ph.D degree or be pursuing a graduate level degree (preferably MBA or technical degree M.S./Ph.D. with a business focus)
Applicants should be prepared for deep immersion in a specific energy program area, and must be comfortable and be able to complete tasks independently. Candidate must have strong written and oral communication abilities, as well as an interest in energy and energy technologies.
How to Apply
Applications and supporting materials must be submitted at:
For more information about the DOE Scholars Program: Visit https://orise.orau.gov/doescholars
DOE has partnered with the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) to manage this program.
Information Call 2019 Doctoral INPhINIT Fellowships Program -- Start Sept. 2019
We have PhD open positions through the INPhINIT “la Caixa” Fellowship Programme. INPhINIT is a new doctoral fellowship programme devoted to attracting international Early-Stage Researchers to the top Spanish research centres. You can search for our positions in this link.
As eligibility requirement, candidates must have resided or carried out their main activity in Spain for less than 12 months in the last 3 years.
None at this time, check back again soon!
Faculty Grant and Funding Opportunities
None at this time, check back again soon!
ComSciCon Rocky Mountain West -- applications due August 30