Marine Geology and Geophysics Program Director (Rotator), Employment Opportunity (4/11/18)
May 28, 2019
DEADLINE EXTENDED THROUGH MAY 11 2018
The Marine Geology and Geophysics Program has extended the application deadline for the rotator position (geophysicist) through May 11. Please see the information in the DCL (link below) for how to apply.
The Marine Geology and Geophysics Program (MGG) within the Division of Ocean Sciences (OCE) in the Directorate of Geosciences (GEO) at the National Science Foundation (NSF) announces a nationwide search for a Program Director (Rotator) with experience and expertise in the broad area of marine geophysics.
The MGG Program supports research in all aspects of the geology and geophysics of the ocean basins, seafloor, subseafloor, and continental margins, as well as that of the Great Lakes. The person selected for this position will work with the other Program Officers who oversee the MGG Program to manage the award portfolio across the entire range of disciplines supported by the Program.
A Dear Colleague Letter (DCL) has been released and provides detailed information, including guidance regarding qualifications required and how to submit an application. Please see (https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2018/oce18001/oce18001.jsp).
Questions concerning the DCL should be directed to
- Candace O. Major (firstname.lastname@example.org) or
- Deborah K. Smith (email@example.com)
Thank you for your interest in Ocean Sciences research at the NSF.
Director, Division of Ocean Sciences
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