As Manager of the Carbon Resource Management Department you will be expected to lead by example, by maintaining a high quality impactful research program, and helping Department research staff develop their careers to their fullest potential.Ã‚Â Other responsibilities include:
- -Develop market knowledge and communicate opportunities to Department and Division staff.
- Assist research staff in acquiring new projects and growing existing projects into programs.
- Actively engage with research staff and Managers across the Division, Directorate and Laboratory to identify and act on opportunities for synergy and cooperation.
- Fully support and participate in INL’s engagement with state, regional and national research organizations in areas relevant to unconventional fossil energy.
- Participate in the development of Division and Directorate research strategies and other planning activities.
- Keep Division Director well informed about accomplishments and other issues within the Department. Make sure that research staff is kept well informed about all relevant developments and opportunities within the Laboratory.
- Evaluate performance of Department personnel in a fair and objective manner and keep personnel informed about their performances.
- Provide support for special tasks as assigned.
- Develop new capabilities associated with Department and Laboratory mission.
- Ensure that all activities within the Department are conducted in a safe and environmentally sound manner
Desired Skills & Experience
Ã‚Â PhD and a minimum of 8 years relevant experience after PhD (a few years management experience and/or demonstrated leadership is strongly desired).Ã‚Â High impact fossil energy research experience with notable accomplishments is a must.Ã‚Â The candidate must demonstrate a strong commitment to high quality R&D through accomplishments (documented by recent publications, patents, etc.), peer recognition and career advancement. Candidate must be currently performing and publishing research.Ã‚Â Extensive experience working in a national laboratory, a research laboratory in a large fossil energy company or a research university (experience working in more than one of these would be an asset). United States citizenship is desirable but not essential.
Please Apply Before:
Ã‚Â Environmental, Safety & Health
Ã‚Â Must be familiar with, and comply with all relevant health and safety requirements.Ã‚Â Must be knowledgeable of emergency action policies and procedures, methods for reporting/resolving work practices or conditions to available cognizant professionals.
The INL is a science-based, applied engineering national laboratory dedicated to supporting the U.S. Department of Energy’s mission in nuclear energy research, science, and national defense.Ã‚Â With 4,400 scientist, researchers and support staff, the laboratory works with national and international governments, universities and industry partners to discover new science and develop technologies that underpin the nation’s nuclear and renewable energy, national security and environmental missions.Ã‚Â