DOE Germantown, MD Jobs for Biochemist and Mol.eculae Biologist.

STODOLSKY at OERV01.ER.DOE.GOV STODOLSKY at OERV01.ER.DOE.GOV
Mon Nov 25 11:38:59 EST 1991


Positions for a Biochemist, GS-1550-14/15 and a Molecular
Biologist, GS-401-14/15 are available within the US Department of
Energy, Office of Health & Environmental Research at Germantown,
MD (20 miles NW of Washington, DC).  Applications are being
accepted in concert with a US Government Job Fair being held on
December 4-5, 1991.  

Submission of a Curriculum Vitae and a Letter of Intent will
initially suffice.  A Federal Employment Form SF-171 will later be
requested from highly rated applicants.  A sample of a Letter of
Intent, to be received by December 4, 1991 follows:

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                                          December XX, 1991

Dr. David A. Smith
Department of Energy
ER-72 GTN
Washington, DC 20545-0001

Dear Dr. Smith

I wish to be considered for the position of Biochemist, GS-1550-
14/15  OR Molecular Biologist, GS-401-14/15.  My Curriculum Vitae
is enclosed.  My contact points are:

telephone-
facsimile-
email-
US mail-

                                    Sincerely:


                                    John/Joan Jones 
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contact   Dr. David A. Smith
          telephone:  301-903-5468
          facsimile:  301-903-5051

Applications can also be submitted via:

E-mail on Internet - genome at oerv01.er.doe.gov

US Postal Service address:        EXPRESS MAIL address:
__________________________        _________________________
Dept.of Energy                    Dept.of Energy
ER_72 GTN                         ER_72 GTN
Washington DC  20545_0001         19901 Germantown Rd.
USA.                              Germantown, MD 20874

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Biochemist, GS-401-14/15

Health Effects & Life Sciences Research Div., Office of Health &
Environmental Research, Office of Energy Research

Location - Germantown, MD

The primary purpose of the position is to plan and implement the
Department's national program in General Life Sciences related to
health effects research.  This program consists of basic
scientific research carried out by a large number of research
organizations including DOE laboratories, universities, and other
institutions for medical and biological research.  Activities span
a full range of responsibilities pertinent to directing a major
research program.  In addition to program formulation and
direction, serves as a nationally recognized authority in
biological sciences to advance health and environmental research. 
Maintains contacts with a variety of senior investigators at DOE
multiprogram laboratories as well as universities, medical
schools, and other research institutions; with senior scientists
and administrators of other Federal agencies; and with eminent
scientists in the national/international scientific community to
coordinate the direction, analysis, and evaluation of research
efforts.                                                           
                                                                   
1.    Broad experience and knowledge in the life sciences
      with particular emphasis on the fundamental sciences
      of genetics, molecular biology, structural biology and
      cell biology as evidenced by a Ph.D., or its
      equivalent.
    
2.    Extensive experience in independent biological
      research with specialization in one or more of the
      above sciences as evidenced by original research and
      scientific publications.

3.    Detailed knowledge of the concepts, principles, and
      practical aspects of modern research in the basic life
      sciences.
                                                                   





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Molecular Biologist, GS-401-14/15

Health Effects & Life Sciences Research Div., Office of            
Health & Environmental Research, Office of Energy Research

Location - Germantown, MD

The primary purpose of the position is to provide technical
administration for a broad and complex program of research in
molecular biology designed to provide basic and applied
information in support of health effects research, basic science,
and human genome missions within the Health Effects and Life
Sciences Research Division.  Activities span a full range of
responsibilities pertinent to directing major multidisciplinary
programs, especially the human genome program.  In addition to
program formulation and direction, serves as a nationally
recognized authority in biological sciences to advance health and
environmental research.  Maintains contacts with a variety of
senior investigators at DOE multiprogram laboratories as well as
universities, medical schools, and other research institutions;
with senior scientists and administrators of other Federal
agencies; and with eminent scientists in the
national/international scientific community to coordinate the
direction, analysis, and evaluation of research efforts.           
 
1.  Knowledge of general biological science principles, theories,
practices, and established methodology to perform the full range
of duties involved with directing, analyzing, and evaluating
research dealing with molecular biology and ancillary genetic,
biochemical and biophysical issues.

2.  Knowledge of the principles, theories, and practices of other
scientific and/or engineering fields, e.g., microbiology,
genetics, computer and electronics engineering, biomedical
engineering, physics, biochemistry, mathematics, and the computer
sciences.

3.  Knowledge and understanding of pertinent basic statistical,
accounting, budget, and program analysis principles and techniques
to analyze operating programs, to make recommendations, and to
formulate and prepare budgets.

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