Budget Title: Lead Programmer/Analyst (SL-3) Salary: $25,000 - $30,000 (part-time, 50%) The Center for Energy-Smart Electronic Systems (ES2), a National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRS), works in partnership with government, industry and academia to develop systematic methodologies for efficiently operating electronic systems, including data centers, by controlling resources and managing workloads to achieve optimal energy consumption. This position is part of a SUNY wide team initiative (SUNY2020) to increase student enrollment and focuses on Smart Energy. This position, available immediately, will report to both co-Director & Professor, Kanad Ghose and to co-Director and SUNY Distinguished Professor, Bahgat Sammakia. This position will closely interact with the NorthEast Center for Chemical Energy Storage and the Center for Learning and Teaching on campus, who are a part of the SUNY2020 Smart Energy Team.
Provide scientific expertise in riparian ecology and forest practices in support of relevant projects and activities conducted by the Cooperative Monitoring Evaluation and Research Committee (CMER) for Washington’s Forest Practice Adaptive Management Program. Duties include: designing riparian research and monitoring projects; developing sampling methods; analyzing data; writing technical reports; preparing briefing papers; developing funding strategies; organizing and managing projects; supervising employees; preparing Requests for Proposals and administering contracts; providing training; providing technical support for the CMER. Qualifications: Master in riparian or forest ecology, aquatic biology and three years of professional work experience. A PhD may substitute for the required experience. Knowledge of riparian forest growth and mortality processes and ecology. Knowledge of relationships between forest practices, riparian stand conditions, LWD recruitment, stream temperature, and stream channels/fish habitat. Advanced working knowledge of statistics. Ability to use GIS technology. Experience in database utilization and data analysis. Ability to effectively plan and organize work activities and prioritize task completion to meet schedules and deadlines with minimum of direct supervision. Ability to manage research and monitoring projects with minimum of direct supervision. Experience in communicating research results to scientific and non-technical audiences. Strong technical writing skills and ability to produce technical reports and journal articles. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to collaborate effectively with a diverse interdisciplinary team, provide leadership and facilitate the activities of diverse groups of professional natural resource scientists, train and guide field assistants, and simplify and explain complex scientific data to a general audience.
Budget Title: Research Associate (R-2) Salary: $47,476 The Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT), in conjunction with the two Federal research centers, NECCES and ES2, invites outstanding candidates to submit applications for the position of Instructional Post-Doctoral Associate. This position is part of a SUNY wide team initiative to increase student enrollment and focuses on Smart Energy. The primary report will be to SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor and Vice provost, James Pitarresi. The secondary report will be to SUNY Distinguished Professor M. Stanley Whittingham, the SUNY2020 team lead. Duties include: Teaching; Collaborating & Communicating. Expected Outcome: At the conclusion of the appointment it is expected that the postdoc will be in a strong position to take a faculty position in a four or two year college or an instructional design position in higher education. Requirements: PhD in a STEM related field with a strong interest in instructional design. Teaching experience, including laboratory settings. Ability to work as part of a team in an interdisciplinary environment. Strong interpersonal skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Additional Qualifications Desired: Experience in course/modular development, including online learning. Ability to prepare technical procedures and reports. Excellent organizational and project management skills. Experience with the use of instructional technology, such as web-conferencing, Turnitin, lecture capture software e.g. Camtasia, Panapo, video/audio editing, Office software applications, web page editors, graphic design software.
Budget Title: Instructional Support Specialist (SL-4) Salary: $70,000+ This position is part of a SUNY-wide team initiative to increase student enrollment and focuses on Smart Energy; part of this effort is on advanced lithium batteries. The NorthEast Center for Chemical Energy Storage (NECCES) at Binghamton, an Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC), has a new fully functioning Battery Dry Room with an electrode coating and cell-fabrication line. This activity will be available for supporting research activities on campus and for supporting local industry. In addition, this position will play a key role in training the next generation of students and for continuing education of the present workforce. This position, available immediately, will report to SUNY Distinguished Professor M. Stanley Whittingham. This position will closely interact with NECCES and the SUNY2020 Smart Energy Team. The position will be responsible for: Operation and Use of The Dry Room; Research on Lithium Batteries & Training. Refer to website for further information. Requirements: Ph.D. in electrochemistry, chemistry, materials science, chemical engineering or related field required with significant expertise in the electrochemistry of lithium ion batteries. Minimum of 2 years postdoctoral or industry experience in Li batteries beyond the PhD required. Excellent written and oral communication skills and the personal skills to work as part of a team and to interact effectively with external units. Prior work in dry room settings preferred, with electrode formulation and battery fabrication skills.
The College of Architecture at Texas Tech University seeks dedicated and energetic candidates for the position of tenure track Assistant or Associate Professor to join the College faculty and participate in advancing innovative design teaching and creative research. Applicants for these positions should be accomplished designers able to teach undergraduate and graduate design studios in addition to required and elective coursework in their area of specialization including but not limited to: beginning design, the history and theory of architecture, design and the environment, and contemporary urbanism. It is expected that the successful candidate will develop a strong research agenda through internal and external funding opportunities, and will serve communities, the College, and the University. Please apply through the Texas Tech University System job website at http://www.texastech.edu/careers (Search for Requisition # 9474BR) The search committee will begin reviewing applications on January 23rd. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for on-campus interviews in Spring 2017 semester. Appointment will begin in the Fall 2017 semester. Direct any questions about the position to Search Committee Chair, Ben. K. Shacklette, AIA, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The College of Architecture at Texas Tech University seeks dedicated and energetic applicants for the position of tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor with a focus on teaching and conducting research in any of the areas of Computational Design, Computerized Manufacturing and Fabricating, and Materials. Candidates should demonstrate the ability to integrate innovative approaches through design thinking, tooling, and material investigation. It is expected that the successful candidate will develop a strong research agenda through internal and external funding opportunities, and will serve communities, the College, and the University. Please apply through the Texas Tech University System job website at http://www.texastech.edu/careers (Search for Requisition # 9475BR) The search committee will begin reviewing applications on January 23rd. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for on-campus interviews in Spring 2017 semester. Appointment will begin in the Fall 2017 semester. Direct any questions about the position to Search Committee Chair, Kuhn Park, at email@example.com
As part of these exciting changes in the College of Architecture we seek a Chair of Instruction at the position of tenure-track or tenured associate or full professor to join our faculty. The college values teaching excellence and expects the chair to be collectively and collaboratively responsible for advancing architectural pedagogy. The Chair will have oversight of and provide leadership for the B.S (Arch) and M. Arch. programs. Duties include, but are not limited to, curriculum development, coordinating studio levels, faculty teaching assignments, and evaluating faculty teaching. The chair is expected to provide leadership of the college’s academic and operational affairs, and to give creative support and direction in advancing the college’s goals and objectives. In fulfilling these responsibilities, the chair will work in close collaboration with both the college faculty and the Dean. Candidates should demonstrate a record of distinction in academic leadership and a global perspective on architectural education. Please apply through the Texas Tech University System job website at http://www.texastech.edu/careers (Search for Requisition # 9507BR) The search committee will begin reviewing applications on January 23rd. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for on-campus interviews in Spring 2017 semester. Appointment will begin in the Fall 2017 semester. Direct any questions about the position to Search Committee Chair, Dr. Clifton Ellis, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Congressional Budget Office is a small nonpartisan agency that provides economic and budgetary analysis to the Congress. The Budget Analysis Division is seeking an analyst to work in its Natural and Physical Resources Cost Estimates Unit. The analyst will be responsible for a portfolio of program areas that may include the National Science Foundation, the National Parks Service, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, federal community development programs, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and Indian affairs. The portfolio will be determined at the time of hiring. Qualifications Candidates for this position must have a graduate degree in public policy, public administration, economics, or a related field and be able to accurately interpret and analyze legislative proposals. The position requires academic or professional experience in statistical analysis or in quantitative analysis using spreadsheets, as well as the ability to handle several analytic issues simultaneously. Familiarity with the federal budget process and Congressional procedures is desirable. Salary and Benefits The salary is competitive and will be commensurate with experience, education, and other qualifications. CBO offers excellent benefits and a collegial, respectful work environment. How to Apply Please submit a cover letter, résumé, salary history, short writing sample, and contact information for three references at http://www.cbo.gov/careers. CBO may close this position after receiving a sufficient number of applications from qualified candidates. Recent graduates should submit an unofficial copy of transcripts. EOE M/F/V/D