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ASGC Job Openings

We're searching for creative, enthusiastic, and collaboration-oriented scientists to join the Atmospheric Sciences and Global Change Division at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. We are in immediate need of 10-12 researchers to build, lead, and contribute to projects spanning the atmospheric, climate, and Earth system sciences. We anticipate additional positions coming available in the next 6-12 months, so please check back for additional opportunities. Currently, the following positions are open:

Job Title Closing
308235 High School Science Programs Student - Integrated Analysis and Decision Science Intern [Academic] 9/18/2018
307812 Chief Scientist for Global Atmospheric Modeling 10/6/2018
308066 Earth Scientist-Coupled Earth System 10/6/2018
308087 Earth Scientist; Coupled High Latitude System 10/6/2018
308075 Atmospheric Data Analyst 10/2/2018
308191 Earth Scientist, Cloud-Aerosol Interactions via Data Analysis & Modeling 10/2/2018
308270 Group Administrator, ARM Climate Research Facility 9/22/2018
308145 Post Doctorate RA - Watershed hydrobiogeochemical modeling and data-model integration 9/23/2018

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Students and Post-Grads

Are you a post-graduate or student interested in working with PNNL's Atmospheric Sciences and Global Change Division? We want to talk with you! Contact our Science and Engineering Education Office by sending an e-mail to university.recruiter@pnl.gov (with "ASGC Internships" in the subject header). Also check out PNNL's intern and post-graduate opportunities website.

Next Steps

Contact Gary Worrell, recruiter
Gary.worrell@pnnl.gov
(509) 372-4721
And check out the central PNNL jobs page, for more information about the region and the laboratory.

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