NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL) in Seattle WA is seeking a Research Oceanographer to serve as a principal investigator in the Global Ocean Ship-based Hydrographic Investigations Program (GO-SHIP). The primary responsibilities of the incumbent will be managing the physical oceanographic portion of the NOAA/PMEL GO-SHIP program, ensuring high-quality CTD/O2 measurements on NOAA GO-SHIP cruises, serving as chief or co-chief scientist on some of those cruises, and publishing oceanographic analyses using GO-SHIP data in refereed scientific journals. The position will also afford opportunities for multi-disciplinary oceanographic research (e.g., involving transient tracers or biogeochemistry) in GO-SHIP, the Argo program, or possibly other oceanographic observation programs.
MAP (for those with Federal competitive service status and those eligible under appointing authorities identified in the announcement) & DE (for all U.S. citizens and U.S. nationals) announcements for 1 Research Oceanographer, ZP-1360-4 position have been posted. The announcements will be open for 30 days; they are set to open on 1/2/20 and close on 1/31/20.
Job Announcement # (MAP): OAR-PMEL-2020-0001
Job Announcement # (DE): OAR-PMEL-2020-0002
Applicants should pay careful attention to all the requirements, including submission of transcripts (unofficial is OK) and answering the eligibility and vacancy questions (look for "To preview questions please click here.” in the vacancy announcement).