Position(s) currently open at the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences:
- Executive Assistant to the Dean – This position manages activities in order to handle the critical issues that arise both in the presence and absence of the Dean and Associate Deans. This position is responsible for planning, scheduling, and managing the day-to-day executive and college administrative needs. The position works closely with the College and University leadership, faculty, staff, and external constituents.
- Communications Specialist – Oregon Climate Change Research Institute has an opportunity for a part-time communications specialist and science writer primarily to support the communications activities of Climate Impacts Research Consortium (CIRC), which is a consortium of five universities in the Northwest (NW) led by OSU/OCCRI. Researchers of CIRC partner with natural resource managers and others to co-produce knowledge of the climate-related challenges in the NW, and possible solutions.
- Research Associate (Post Doc) – This position conducts independent research under the guidance of the Principal Investigator (PI) in one or more of the following topics: (1) probabilistic projections of the impact of Greenland Ice Sheet melting on the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation; (2) quantifying the effect of oscillations of the moon's orbit around Earth (Lunar Nodal Cycle) on tides, ocean mixing, and climate; or (3) estimating climate sensitivity from temperature reconstructions and global climate model simulations of the Last Glacial Maximum.
- Assistant Professor, Geospatial Science – This position will complement existing expertise in earth system science at CEOAS and OSU including GIScience, remote sensing, cartography and geovisualization, spatial statistics and modeling, and geospatial intelligence and planning.
- Assistant Professor, Earth Systems History – This faculty member will conduct research and teach in the area of sedimentary geology, focusing on using pre-Quaternary sedimentary records as a basis for investigation of solid Earth, oceanic, atmospheric, and surficial processes and interactions. CEOAS seeks an individual that expands and complements one or more the areas of research strengths in the College.