CAER Associate Director
CAER Associate DirectorRequisition Number:
Associate Director, Carbon Materials (Cementious) GroupDepartment Name:
40550:Ctr For Applied Energy ResWork Location:
Lexington, KyGrade Level:
$102,274-173,846/yearType of Position:
StaffPosition Time Status :
PhDClick here for more information about equivalencies::
6 yrsRequired License/Registration/Certification:
Requires handling light weight objects less than 10 lbs., some standing and walking; regular job-related travel; risk of injuries from use of equipment on the job; exposure to loud noises, hazardous chemicals and fumes including waste, temperature extremes, burns, cuts/punctures.Shift:
8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday; some work-related travel required.Job Summary:
The University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research is seeking to fill an Associate Director position to manage the Center’s Carbon Materials research group. This is a highly technical and a senior management-level position with responsibilities for the formulation, development and implementation of energy R&D, education, and service programs related to carbon materials. In the area of interest described above, the successful candidate will: a.) manage multiple projects and teams, a large group of mid-level scientists, engineers and technicians engaged in research and technology development; b.) foster the growth of extramural funding; c.) cooperate with and assist educational institutions, industry, labor, private individuals, and government when such cooperation will advance UK and the Center; d.) lead and contribute to research activities focused on the area of focus/expertise and support the development, implementation, ongoing management, tracking and reporting of a variety of research activities; e.) contribute to teaching, particularly at the graduate and post-graduate levels, by participating in graduate advising committees, and directing the educational experience of students; and f.)significant involvement in seminars, workshops, professional societies, and committees.
IEBC – Internal Employee Being ConsideredSkills / Knowledge / Abilities:
The position requires specialized knowledge of the methods, materials, procedures and techniques used in experimental laboratory work, including bench-scale and pilot-scale research related to carbon materials. The candidate should have 1.) Abilities to conceive and scale-up multi-step processing systems; 2.) Project management and leadership skills; and 3.) Oral and written communication skills. Practical experience in industry is desired. Demonstrated activity in publications, presentations at scientific meetings and involvement in professional organizations is necessary.Does this position have supervisory responsibilities? :
PhD + 6Deadline to Apply:
04/13/2021University Community of Inclusion:
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