Current Job Openings 

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Energy Institute Opportunities 

Communications Lead

The Communications Lead is the primary source of all internal and external communication activities for the Energy Institute (EI). As the point of contact for all media, communications and marketing activities, this position directs all facets of the Institute’s communication from creation of marketing/communications to editorial review of all public-facing content. In addition, this position provides supervision to a team of support staff of media, graphic design and digital or social media specialists. (e.g., social media postings, website content development, or graphics creation). This position advises the EI’s executive and administrative teams on communications strategy and implementation to connect with the wide audience base (alumni, donors, students, prospective students, faculty, staff, industry partners). By creating a yearly strategic communications plan that considers audience and mediums (e.g., web, social media, print, video), this position aims to strengthen the brand and further promote the research endeavors and global impact of the Institute. This position also provides communication support for Office of University Advancement development efforts, assisting with materials to support the cultivation and stewardship of donors.

Education Outreach and Special Projects Coordinator

METEC Opportunities 

METEC Simulation Software Engineer (open pool position, will be open for 6 months)

This position will develop stochastic simulation software for emissions from oil and gas (O&G) infrastructure across all sectors of the natural gas supply chain.  Will hire 2-3 simulation software engineers.  Pool position scoped for Research Associate I, Research Associate II or Research Associate III levels, depending on experience |

Additional Note: We are looking for two types of applicants:

  • Engineering / atmospheric sciences with strong software skills & interest in stochastic simulation
  • Computer science / engineering with grounding in physics and interest in learning emissions science.

METEC Research Scientist I, II, III (open pool position, will be open for 6 months)

Purpose of position: currently planning 2 hires to lead one or more related research programs in the group, potentially including field work to assess emissions at a variety of locations, analysis of data, and/or the development of simulation software.  Will use a pool to hire at the Research Scientist I, Research Scientist II or Research Scientist III levels depending upon experience. |

Research Associate I, II, III (Open for 6 months)

The successful candidate will build strong and positive working relationships with staff, unit directors, researchers, campus faculty and administrators, as well as external community and business partners as required with each project grant. Occasional travel and working non-standard hours are expected. The Research Associates I, II, or III will support other organizational priorities, as defined by the Director of the Methane Emissions (METEC) Program and Remote and Distributed Energy Center (RADEC).