[unav_all] USArray DIRECTOR

Angie Krantz krantz at unavco.org
Thu Apr 19 10:24:17 MDT 2007


On behalf of Leslie Linn, IRIS.

 

To:         UNAVCO Community

Subject:  USArray DIRECTOR

Date:      19 April 2007

 

The Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) seeks a
scientist with managerial and research experience to lead the USArray
component of the EarthScope project (www.earthscope.org). The preferred
candidate will have a PhD in Earth Sciences and five or more years
experience leading complex research or facilities programs in academia,
related government agencies or industry

The USArray Director will be responsible for working with existing IRIS core
programs and USArray staff to ensure the success of the USArray. The
Director will be responsible for coordinating and encouraging interactions
with NSF and other components of EarthScope, including related federal and
state programs.   Additionally, the Director will: monitor operations and
expenditures of USArray and report progress to NSF; develop annual plans and
budgets for presentation to NSF; stimulate and encourage optimum and
innovative use of USArray facilities; develop and make presentations to
publicize the capabilities and results of USArray; and participate in the
development of interdisciplinary research projects through organizing and
participating in workshops and through contacts with individual
investigators. Extensive travel is required. The position will be located in
Washington D.C.

IRIS offers competitive salaries, an excellent benefits package and a
collegial work environment. The position will remain open until filled. 

Please e-mail vitae with a cover letter including names of references and
salary requirement by May 11, 2007 to:  HR at iris.edu

The Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) seeks a
scientist with managerial and research experience to lead the USArray
component of the EarthScope project (www.earthscope.org). The preferred
candidate will have a PhD in Earth Sciences and five or more years
experience leading complex research or facilities programs in academia,
related government agencies or industry

The USArray Director will be responsible for working with existing IRIS core
programs and USArray staff to ensure the success of the USArray. The
Director will be responsible for coordinating and encouraging interactions
with NSF and other components of EarthScope, including related federal and
state programs.   Additionally, the Director will: monitor operations and
expenditures of USArray and report progress to NSF; develop annual plans and
budgets for presentation to NSF; stimulate and encourage optimum and
innovative use of USArray facilities; develop and make presentations to
publicize the capabilities and results of USArray; and participate in the
development of interdisciplinary research projects through organizing and
participating in workshops and through contacts with individual
investigators. Extensive travel is required. The position will be located in
Washington D.C.

IRIS offers competitive salaries, an excellent benefits package and a
collegial work environment. The position will remain open until filled. 

Please e-mail vitae with a cover letter including names of references and
salary requirement by May 11, 2007 to:  HR at iris.edu. 


-- 


Leslie Linn

IRIS

1200 New York Avenue, NW

Suite 800

Washington, DC 20005

Tel:  202 . 682 . 2220 ext. 110

Fax: 202 . 682 . 2444

Email:  leslie at iris.edu

 

 

 

 

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