Deadline for the MG&G Geophysics position has been extended
June 1, 2021
The deadline for applying for the position of permanent Program Director in the Marine Geology and Geophysics (MGG) Program has been extended to 28 June 2021. Please share this announcement with any colleagues who might be interested.
The MGG Program supports research on all aspects of the geology and geophysics of ocean basins and margins and those of the Great Lakes. The person selected for this position will work with the other Program Directors who oversee the MGG Program to balance the award portfolio across the broad range of disciplines supported by the Program. The Program Director's core duties and responsibilities will be administering the merit review process, proposal recommendations, and coordinating and working with other programs in NSF and other Federal agencies and organizations. NSF Program Directors bear the primary responsibility for carrying out the agency's overall mission to support innovative science and merit-reviewed activities in basic research and education that contribute to the nation's technical strength, security, and welfare. This responsibility requires the appropriate scientific expertise and breadth of knowledge as well as a commitment to high standards, receptivity to new ideas, and a high degree of personal integrity.
Applicants for this position must have earned a Ph.D. in the area of marine geophysics or a related discipline and have six years of post-Ph.D. experience. Applicants should have excellent oral and written communication skills. Familiarity with NSF programs and activities is highly desirable. The successful applicants will be expected to work effectively in a team environment both within the Program and as a member of crosscutting and interactive teams within the Directorate of Geoscience and NSF at large.
More information about the position and instructions for applications can be found at the following link:
Questions about the position may be sent to any of the Program Directors in MGG:
Director of the Ocean Sciences Division
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