National Science Foundation seeks Antarctic Sciences Section Head - USA
NSF’s Office of Polar Programs seeks to fill the position of section head in its Antarctic Sciences Section.
The application period opened on April 3 and will close on May 15.
The section head is a senior member of OPP’s management team and is responsible to the Office Director for the overall planning, management, and commitment of budgeted program funds for the section.
The incumbent leads the section, which supports the following discipline-based programs: Antarctic glaciology, astrophysics and geospace sciences, ocean and atmospheric sciences, earth sciences, and organisms and ecosystems, as well as
programs for Antarctic integrated system science and for instrumentation and research facilities.
The incumbent guides the section in formulating and implementing its research objectives and manages its administrative, fiscal and personnel aspects. The incumbent also works in close collaboration with the section heads for Antarctic
Infrastructure and Logistics and Polar Environment, Safety and Health in implementing research objectives requiring an Antarctic presence, and with the section head for Arctic Sciences in supporting OPP’s research activities occurring at both poles.