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Application deadline for EarthScope program director rotator position extended to 4 April

Date: 03/08/2013

The National Science Foundation is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Program Director for the EarthScope Program in the Division of Earth Sciences, Directorate for Geosciences (GEO/EAR).  This program director rotator position is available as an IPA, VSEE, or Federal temporary appointment for one to two years. NSF Program Directors are primarily responsible for supporting innovative, merit-reviewed activities in basic research and education.

The successful applicant will primarily be focused on review and management of research and education proposals submitted to the EarthScope science program.  Earthscope's solicitation, available from www.nsf.gov/earthscope, provides details on the areas of research and education supported through the program.

Interested researchers with expertise in any area of Earth sciences supported through EarthScope are strongly encouraged to contact Greg Anderson at greander@nsf.gov or 703.292.4693 to learn more about the program.

For more information on the application process, interested applicants should contact Jim Whitcomb at jwhitcom@nsf.gov or 703.292.8553.  Applications will be accepted through 4 April 2013 via USAJobs at