Dr. Morgan L. Vis
vis-chia at oak.cats.ohiou.edu
Tue Nov 2 19:47:42 EST 1999
Hello, I was asked to pass these on to the list serve.
The NASA Headquarters Office of Space Science announces the following
senior-level scientist vacancies. ***Note: These positions were previously
announced and are hereby being readvertised and are open to all qualified
candidates. Previous applicants need not reapply to receive consideration.***
· SENIOR SCIENTIST FOR PLANETARY PROTECTION, Announcement No.
HQS-SST-00-10. This senior scientist will oversee the development and
monitoring of NASA's Planetary Protection Program principles and their
implementation on space flight missions.
· SENIOR SCIENTIST FOR ASTROBIOLOGY, Announcement No. HQS-SST-00-11. This
senior scientist will lead the development of NASA's Astrobiology Program,
which includes exobiology and evolutionary biology, and will provide
and technical advice on all aspects of the Agency's Astrobiology Program.
These positions require education and experience equivalent to a Ph.D. in an
appropriate space science discipline; ability to organize and oversee
scientific research, instruments, and mission selection processes; and the
ability to communicate orally and in writing to both professional and
non-professional audiences. Additional qualification requirements are listed
in the referenced vacancy announcements.
Detailed vacancy announcements, including application instructions, can be
found under Senior Executive positions at
<http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/>www.usajobs.opm.gov or a copy can be obtained by
calling (202) 358-0347 or (202) 358-1588.
These are full-time, permanent civil service positions. Salary range:
$110,351 - $125,900 annually. Applications must be postmarked no later than
December 15, 1999, and sent to NASA Headquarters, Human Resources Management
Division, Attn: Ms. Wendy Davis, Mail Code CP, Washington, DC 20546-0001.
Questions of a technical nature concerning these positions may be directed to
Dr. Guenter Riegler, Director, Research Program Management Division, at (202)
Dr. Morgan L. Vis
Environmental & Plant Biology
Ohio University Athens OH 45701 USA
Phone 740 593-1134 Fax 740 593-1130
E-mail vis-chia at ohiou.edu
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