Job openings for multiple CMMI program directors


September 3, 2020

The Division of Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing Innovation (CMMI), within the NSF Directorate for Engineering, announces a nationwide search to fill multiple Program Director positions.

Formal consideration of interested applicants will begin November 1, 2020, and continue until a selection is made.

Learn more about CMMI job opportunities: 

Program Director (Dynamics, Control and System Diagnostics Program) job announcement CMMI-2020-1825 

Program Director (Engineering for Civil Infrastructure Program) job announcement CMMI-2020-1824  

Program Director (Humans, Disasters and the Built Environment Program) job announcement CMMI-2020-1827 

Program Director (Mechanics of Materials and Structures Program) job announcement CMMI-2020-1826 

Program Director (Mind, Machine and Motor Nexus Program) job announcement CMMI-2020-1828 

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See all current NSF Engineering career opportunities.

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