Job opening: Research Oceanographer

The NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL) Carbon Program is seeking a Research Oceanographer to serve as a research leader for a team of scientists performing research into critical problems on chemical oceanography and related scientific disciplines. Please note that the PMEL Carbon Program Research Oceanographer position is now open on USAJobs, and closes on January 5, 2017.

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We are looking for a PMEL federal PI-level observational chemical oceanographer with expertise in collection, calibration, and scientific analysis of carbon data from moorings and other platforms. The position will be at a GS-14 (roughly equivalent to associate professor level in the academic system), depending on qualifications of the applicant. Prospective applicants will be expected to lead moored and other carbon observations at PMEL, contribute carbon cycle and ocean acidification research programs to further NOAA’s mission. If you know of a US Citizen at an appropriate level (e.g., finishing up a postdoc and beyond) who might be suitable for and interested in this position, please have them contact lataya.mills(at) at their earliest convenience for more information on both the position and preparing for the application process.

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