[unav_all] Employment Opportunity - IRIS PASSCAL Program Manager
dorr at iris.edu
Fri Mar 19 10:01:54 MDT 2010
IRIS PASSCAL Program Manager
The Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology seeks a dynamic
and forward-looking scientist or engineer with managerial and
instrumentation experience to serve as Program Manager for the Program
for Array Seismic Studies of the Continental Lithosphere (PASSCAL). The
preferred candidate will have an advanced degree or equivalent
experience in engineering or science and ten or more years experience
leading research or facilities programs in academia, related government
agencies or industry.
The PASSCAL facility based at New Mexico Tech is managed by the IRIS
Consortium and is funded primarily by the National Science Foundation.
This facility provides access to a broad range of portable seismic
instruments, field training and support, and data services to assist
seismological research on earthquakes and Earth structure. The PASSCAL
Program Manager provides leadership and technical advice in the
development, operation and evolution of PASSCAL, including oversight of
the subaward for facility operation at New Mexico Tech.
The successful candidate must demonstrate vision and an ability for
sustained leadership, and be capable of managing in a challenging,
dynamic and highly rewarding scientific and technical environment.
Significant travel is required. The position will be located in Socorro,
New Mexico or Washington, D.C.
IRIS offers competitive salaries, an excellent benefits package and a
collegial work environment. IRIS is an equal opportunity employer and
welcomes a diverse pool of candidates. Consideration of applications
will begin in early May, and the position will remain open until filled.
Please e-mail vitae with a cover letter including names of references
and salary requirement, preferably by May 15, 2010, to: HR at iris.edu.
More information can be found at
Perle M. Dorr
The IRIS Consortium
1200 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20005
perle.dorr at iris.edu
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