Posting Date: 1/16/2017 Professor and Director, Center for Renewable Carbon, University of Tennessee
Position Overview: The Center for Renewable Carbon (CRC) is an interdisciplinary research and development unit in The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture. Its mission is to advance the potential for non-‐food biomass to create new economic activity for the state of Tennessee and the Nation. The CRC team advances the science needed to develop new technologies that enable the expanded use of forest and agricultural biomass for sustainable materials, chemicals, fuels, and energy; trains the workforce needed by advanced technology industries; and transfers research advances to our stakeholders and partners involved in building a sustainable bioeconomy.
The Center comprises 10 faculty tenured in various departments and more than 30 staff, students, and research associates with skills in chemistry, material (wood, polymer, etc.) science, biomass analytics and statistics. This position will be housed in the appropriate academic department at UTIA for the successful candidate’s background and expertise.
- An earned doctorate in a discipline related to sustainable use of agricultural and natural resources, or a discipline closely aligned with the CRC program.
- A proven track record in garnering extramural grant or contract funds, as well as management of sponsored projects.
- Experience developing partnerships with government agencies (state and federal), industry, and non--profit organizations.
- A strong publication record in high-impact, peer-reviewed journals.
- Excellent communication skills in written and oral English.
- Commitment to UTIA’s core values of excellence, diversity, global involvement, and accountability.
- A proven record of participation and/or leadership in interdisciplinary and trans-‐disciplinary research teams.
- A record of professional leadership activities, including team building skills, assessment of programmatic needs and priorities, strategic planning and implementation, and adapting to change in a multidisciplinary environment.
Interested candidates should send a letter of application, a curriculum vitae including research publications and grant experience, names and contact information (including email address) of 3 references, and an official transcript showing PhD degree to:
Julie Carrier, Search Chair
Biosystems Engineering and Soil Science 2506 E.J. Chapman Drive
University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN 37996-‐4531
Inquiries about the position should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org or 865-‐974-‐7305.
Applications will be reviewed on March 15, 2017, but the position will remain open until filled.
Posting Date: 1/16/2017
ASHLAND is seeking a Senior Staff Scientist - Coatings & Paints for their Wilmington, DE Facility.
Minimum Requirements & Preferred Qualifications:
- Demonstrated subject matter expertise
- Demonstrated ability to lead teams
- Problem solving and technical ability
- Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
- Strong communication skills; written, oral and presentation
- Knowledge of structure-property relationships
- BS required in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or Polymer/Materials science or related discipline
- MA/MS preferred
- Minimum ten years experience in an industrial laboratory setting in coatings, joint compounds, thin set mortars or related field
- 15 years or more experience preferred
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