Palo Alto, California
FORT COLLINS, Colorado
- Ability to secure and maintain DOE Q-level and SCI security clearances, which require U.S. Citizenship.
- Ph.D. in Meteorology, Oceanography, Engineering, Environmental Science or a related field, or the equivalent combination of education and related experience.
- Extensive experience and subject matter expertise in an area of modeling and/or experimental approaches supporting Climate Change Impacts analysis and Adaptation applications.
- Expert knowledge of climate change mitigation and an appreciation for the challenges and opportunities faced by practitioners of this arena.
- Expert and broad knowledge of climate science.
- Expert project management and organizational skills, including the ability to prioritize and work efficiently and effectively under deadlines.
- Extensive experience in developing new scientific programs and research proposals, developing relationships, and working with national security sponsors in Climate Resilience related science and applications for internal and external funding.
- Advanced leadership skills and experience leading, supervising, and mentoring others, while building highly complex interdisciplinary teams in a technical environment.
- Expert written and verbal communication, facilitation, and collaboration skills, necessary to effectively present, explain, influence, and advise senior management and/or external sponsors.
Qualifications We Desire
- Working knowledge of the DOE Office of Science and other DOE program offices.
Familiarity with the applications of artificial intelligence and machining learning methods to climate science.
Understanding of LLNL's research scope and mission.
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