Job Announcement - IARC Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship

Date: 
4 December 1998

JOB VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT: International Arctic Research Center
JOB TITLE: Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship PCN
LOCATION: Fairbanks, Alaska
GRADE/SALARY: $1,266.40 Bi-Weekly, (DOE)
OPENING DATE: November 1, l998
CLOSING DATE: Until filled
WORK HOURS: 8 AM - 5 PM Monday through Friday

JOB PURPOSE:
Applicants will join faculty and researchers who are active in conducting
research in the various disciplines pursued at the International Arctic
Research Center (IARC) (see http://www.iarc.uaf.edu) in research related to
the detection of contemporary environmental change and interactions and feed
backs in Atmosphere-ice-oceans interactions. This will include working on
one or more funded projects in these research areas under the guidance of
senior faculty members.

REQUIREMENTS:
* Ph.D. degree (already received, or having completed all requirements and
awaiting graduation) in a discipline appropriate to the above listed
research areas.
* Sufficient relevant experience to contribute significantly to a specific
project.
* Experience with the use of computers and other appropriate equipment to
conduct the research proposed.

These appointments are funded by Japan's Frontier Research Program for
Global Change (see http://www.frontier.esto.or.jp) and are expected to be of
two years duration, initially. If this appointment extends beyond one year,
subsequent years, for purposes of collective bargaining, a union will
represent this position. At that time, the successful candidate will be
obligated to pay to the union an agency fee as a condition of employment.

To be considered an applicant, submit letter of interest referencing the
nature of the post-doctoral position you are applying for, resume, and three
professional references (Names, address and phone numbers) to

Dr. Syun Akasofu, Director,
International Arctic Research Center,
Box 757320,
University of Alaska Fairbanks,
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775
<sakasofu@gi.alaska.edu>

The University of Alaska Fairbanks is an equal employment
opportunity/affirmative action employer and educational institution

Persons hired by the University of Alaska must comply with provisions of the
Immigration Act of 1990 and are expected to possess a valid social security
number. Your application for employment with the university of Alaska is
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