Hydrology Section Members, here is an opportunity to make a real difference for our community by volunteering to serve at the National Science Foundation!!
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is searching for a Rotator to serve as a Program Director in the Hydrologic Sciences program in the Division of Earth Sciences, starting in 2021. If you or someone you know might be interested in spending one to three years at NSF in Alexandria, VA, NSF would like to hear from you. You can read the job posting and eligibility requirements on the NSF website at https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2019/ear19001/ear19001.jsp.
NSF Hydrology open to applicants from the full range of expertise and career stage. Although the primary workplace is near Washington, DC, funds are made available to rotators to return home on a regular basis, and a continuation of one’s research program is encouraged and supported. Details about NSF’s Rotator Program can be found at https://beta.nsf.gov/careers/temporaryrotator-programs.
Rotators make essential contributions to Hydrologic Sciences at NSF, and NSF is looking to continue a strong tradition of having outstanding scientists fill this role and serve on behalf of the community. Serving as rotator at NSF can expand your scientific world view and enable you to engage in a leadership position within the science community in a whole new way. NSF encourage you to get in touch with current Program Directors to learn more about the position.
Review of applications will start January 1 and continue until the position is filled.
Please contact the current Program Directors in Hydrologic Sciences with any questions:
Laura Lautz, email@example.com
Ingrid Padilla, firstname.lastname@example.org
Justin Lawrence, email@example.com