AAS Committee on the Status of Women
Issue of November 10, 2006
eds. Patricia Knezek & Joan Schmelz

This week's issues:

1. Correction: New CSWA member

2. Interesting book for scientists, epecially those with families

3. "To Recruit and Advance: Women Students and Faculty in Science and 
   Engineering"

4. Two APS professional skills development workshops

5. 6 postdoc positions at Princeton University

6. Tenure track Physics/Astronomy Position at Tennessee State University
   *Deadline today, Nov. 10 2006*

7. Faculty Positions in Astrophysics - Arizona State University

****** The following positions were taken from WIPHYS **********

8. Three Positions, Physics Division, NSF

9. Research Position in Scientific Computing, University of California, 
   San Diego

10. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

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1. Correction: New CSWA member
From: Patricia Knezek 
[knezeknoao.edu]

The name of one of the new CSWA members, Hannah Jang-Condell, was spelled
incorrectly in the AASWOMEN issue introducing them.  I would like to
apologize for the error!

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2. Interesting book for scientists, epecially those with families
From: Patricia Knezek [knezeknoao.edu]

I'd like to bring to people's attention the book "It's a Jungle Up There:
More Tales from the Treetops," Margaret D. Lowman, Edward Burgess, and
James Burgess (Yale, 2006).  The author was a single parent, who took her
two sons long with her as she pursued her research in tree canopies around
the world.  The book includes both her writings and essays by her two sons
about their experiences growing up in this unique way.  

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3. "To Recruit and Advance: Women Students and Faculty in Science and 
   Engineering"
From: WIPHYS of November 7, 2006

"Although more women than men participate in higher education in the United 
States, the same is not true when it comes to pursuing careers in science 
and engineering. "To Recruit and Advance: Women Students and Faculty in 
Science and Engineering" identifies and discusses better practices for 
recruitment, retention, and promotion for women scientists and engineers in 
academia. Seeking to move beyond yet another catalog of challenges facing 
the advancement of women in academic science and engineering, this book 
describes actions actually taken by universities to improve the situation 
for women." Available from the National Academies Press 
http://newton.nap.edu/catalog/11624.html

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4. Two APS professional skills development workshops
From: WIPHYS of November 9, 2006

he American Physical Society will offer a one-day workshop for senior women 
physicists in industry and government labs on March 4 (Denver) in association 
with the 2007 APS annual meeting (deadline to apply is December 4).

NEW: We are pleased to announce that we will also offer a second workshop on 
April 13 (Jacksonville, FL) prior to the APS meeting (deadline to apply is 
January 12). This workshop will be limited to 15 participants, however it 
will be identical in content and format to the March 4 workshop. 

Both workshops will offer professional training on effective negotiation, 
communication and leadership skills, as well as a special opportunity for 
networking. Participants may receive a stipend of up to $800 towards hotel 
and travel expenses. Details are now posted on the CSWP website at 
http://www.aps.org/educ/cswp/skills/ , along with information on how to 
apply. To ensure maximum interaction, the workshops will be limited in size.

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5. 6 postdoc positions at Princeton University
From: Mindy G. Lipman (lipmanprinceton.edu)

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Lyman Spitzer, Jr. Postdoctoral Fellowship in Astrophysics
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Department of Astrophysical Sciences
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544  USA
Attention: M. Lipman 
Tel: 609-258-3801
FAX: 609-258-1020
URL1:http://www.astro.princeton.edu
Email Submission Address: postappastro.princeton.edu
Email Inquiries: postappastro.princeton.edu
The closing date for receipt of applications: 12/01/2006

The Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University, invites 
applications for the Lyman Spitzer, Jr. Postdoctoral Fellowship in 
Astrophysics. The Spitzer Fellow is expected to carry out original research 
in astrophysics, independently or in collaboration with Princeton faculty, 
postdoctoral fellows or students. The fellowship is intended primarily to 
support researchers in theoretical astrophysics, but exceptional candidates 
in observational astronomy are encouraged to apply. The fellowship includes 
a substantial annual research fund.

Princeton astronomers with research interests in theoretical astrophysics 
include Neta Bahcall (large-scale structure, clusters of galaxies), Renyue 
Cen (cosmological simulations), Bruce Draine (interstellar dust, interstellar 
medium), Jeremy Goodman (dynamics, gamma-ray bursts, scintillation), J. 
Richard Gott (cosmology, general relativity), James Gunn (cosmology), Russell 
Kulsrud (primordial magnetic fields, plasma physics), Jeremiah P. Ostriker 
(formation and evolution of large-scale structure), Bohdan Paczynski 
(gravitational microlensing, gamma ray bursts), Roman Rafikov (planet 
formation, planetary dynamics), David Spergel (CMB, particle astrophysics, 
cosmology, galaxy dynamics, planets), Anatoly Spitkovsky (neutron stars, 
relativistic MHD), James Stone (MHD, star formation), and 15-20 postdoctoral 
fellows and research staff. There are also strong research groups in the 
Physics Department and at the nearby Institute for Advanced Study. The 
expected starting date is 1 September 2007.

Appointments are for one year, renewable annually based on satisfactory 
performance, for a total of up to three years. Applicants should send a 
curriculum vitae, bibliography and statement of research interests, and 
arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent to the above address, 
by December 1, 2006. All applications will automatically be considered for 
all postdoctoral fellowships available in the department, but please state 
which positions you are interested in. For information about applying to 
Princeton, please link to: 
http://web.princeton.edu/sites/dof/ApplicantsInfo.htm   EEO/AAE 

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Henry Norris Russell Postdoctoral Fellowship in Astrophysics
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Department of Astrophysical Sciences
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544  USA
Attention: M. Lipman
Tel: 609-258-3801
FAX: 609-258-1020
URL1:http://www.astro.princeton.edu
Email Submission Address: postappastro.princeton.edu
Email Inquiries: postappastro.princeton.edu
The closing date for receipt of applications: 12/01/2006

The Department of Astrophysical Sciences of Princeton University invites 
applications for the Henry Norris Russell Postdoctoral Fellowship in 
Astrophysics. The Russell Fellow is expected to carry out original research 
in observational astrophysics, independently or in collaboration with 
Princeton faculty, postdoctoral fellows or students. Exceptional candidates 
in all areas of astrophysics are encouraged to apply. The fellowship 
includes a substantial annual research fund. 

Department faculty and staff include Neta Bahcall (large-scale structure, 
clusters of galaxies), Renyue Cen (cosmological simulations), Bruce Draine 
(interstellar dust, interstellar medium), Jeremy Goodman (dynamics, gamma-ray 
bursts, scintillation), J. Richard Gott (cosmology, general relativity), 
James Gunn (cosmology, large-scale structure, astronomical instrumentation), 
Edward Jenkins (ultraviolet astronomy, interstellar and intergalactic medium), 
Gillian Knapp (stars, brown dwarfs, interstellar medium), Russell Kulsrud 
(primordial magnetic fields, plasma physics), Robert Lupton (data analysis, 
statistical methods, precision photometry), Jeremiah P. Ostriker (formation 
and evolution of large-scale structure), Bohdan Paczynski (gravitational 
microlensing, gamma ray bursts), Roman Rafikov (planet formation, planetary 
dynamics), David Spergel (CMB, particle astrophysics, cosmology, galaxy 
dynamics, planets), Anatoly Spitkovsky (neutron stars, relativistic MHD), 
James Stone (MHD, star formation), Michael Strauss (large-scale structure, 
quasars), and Edwin Turner (gravitational lenses, planets), as well as 15-20 
postdoctoral fellows and research staff, and strong research groups in the 
Physics Department and at the nearby Institute for Advanced Study. Princeton 
is a major participant in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey and all department 
members have full data rights to the survey. The expected starting date is 
1 September 2007.

Appointments are for one year, renewable annually based on satisfactory 
performance, for a total of up to three years. Applicants should send a 
curriculum vitae, bibliography and statement of research interests, and 
arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent to the above address by 
Dec. 1, 2006. All applicants will automatically be considered for all 
postdoctoral fellowships available in the department, but please state which 
positions you are interested in. EEO/AAE 

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Joint Postdoctoral Fellowship Carnegie Observatories and Princeton University
CARNEGIE OBSERVATORIES
813 Santa Barbara Street
Pasadena, CA  91101 USA
Attention: Dr. John Mulchaey, Chair, Fellowship Committee 
Tel: 626-304-0257
FAX: 626-304-0266
URL1:http://www.ociw.edu
URL2: http://www.astro.princeton.edu
Email Submission Address: c-pfellowociw.edu
Email Inquiries: c-pfellowociw.edu
The closing date for receipt of applications: 12/01/2006

The Observatories of the Carnegie Institution of Washington and the 
Department of Astrophysical Sciences of Princeton University invite 
applications for a four-year postdoctoral fellowship in astronomy, to begin 
in September, 2007. The Fellow is expected to work for two years in 
Princeton and two years at the main offices of the Observatories in 
Pasadena. The timing of these stays will be negotiated by the Fellow and 
the host institutions once the position is offered.

The Carnegie-Princeton Fellow is expected to carry out original research 
in any area of astronomy or astrophysics, either independently or in 
collaboration with staff, faculty or students at the host institutions. 
The principal selection criteria will be outstanding research accomplishments 
and promise of future achievement, although preference will be given to 
researchers working in those areas in which Carnegie and Princeton have 
active research interests.

The Fellow will have access to all of the resources and facilities of both 
institutions. In particular, Carnegie operates the Las Campanas Observatory 
in Chile, which includes the twin 6.5-meter Magellan telescopes, the 
2.5-meter Dupont and 1.0-meter Swope telescopes, and provides an excellent 
environment for observational astrophysics and cosmology. The Department of 
Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton is a major partner in the Apache Point 
Observatory, the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, the Wilkinson Microwave 
Anisotropy Probe and the Atacama Cosmology Telescope, and, together with 
research groups in the Physics Department and the nearby Institute for 
Advanced Study, offers an unparalleled environment for research in 
theoretical astrophysics and cosmology. The fellowship provides support 
for observing, travel, computing and publications, and the observing 
facilities will be accessible for the entire duration of the fellowship.

Further information on the host institutions is available at 
http://www.ociw.edu/ and http://www.astro.princeton.edu .

Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, bibliography, and research 
plan, and arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent to BOTH 
the Observatories and to Princeton by 1 December 2006. The research plan 
should address how the applicant intends to use the resources and 
facilities available at both host institutions. Preference for a 
starting host institution and the proposed timing of the stays at each 
institution should also be stated. Selection of the successful candidate 
will be made by a joint Carnegie-Princeton committee. All applicants will 
automatically be considered for all postdoctoral positions in the 
Astrophysical Sciences department at Princeton and for the Carnegie 
Fellowship at The Observatories; however, they should clearly state in 
the cover letter that they wish to be considered for the 
Carnegie-Princeton Fellowship. Application materials, including letters 
of reference, may be submitted via email to BOTH c-pfellowociw.edu 
and postappastro.princeton.edu . Alternatively, applications may be 
sent to both of the following addresses:

Carnegie-Princeton Fellowship, Carnegie Observatories, 813 Santa Barbara St., 
Pasadena, CA 91101 AND Carnegie-Princeton Fellowship, Dept. of Astrophysical 
Sciences, Peyton Hall, Princeton University, Princeton NJ 08544-1001

The Carnegie Institution of Washington is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action
Employer.

For questions or additional information, please send email to
c-pfellowociw.edu and/or postappastro.princeton.edu. For information
about applying to Princeton, please link to:
http://web.princeton.edu/sites/dof/ApplicantsInfo.htm. For additional
information on the fellowship program at Carnegie, please
visit: http://www.ociw.edu/fellowships/. 

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Postdoctoral Fellowship in Computational Astrophysics
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Department of Astrophysical Sciences
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544  USA
Attention: M. Lipman 
Tel: 609-258-3801
FAX: 609-258-1020
URL1:http://www.astro.princeton.edu
Email Submission Address: postappastro.princeton.edu
Email Inquiries: postappastro.princeton.edu
The closing date for receipt of applications: 12/01/2006

The Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University, invites 
applications for a research postdoctoral position, starting any time but 
no later than September 1, 2007. An eligible applicant should have a Ph.D. 
in astronomy, physics or computer science. The successful applicant will 
work with Drs. Paul Bode, Renyue Cen, Jeremiah Ostriker and David Spergel 
in fields closely related to cosmological hydrodynamic, and 
radiation-hydrodynamic simulations. Special attention will be given to 
those interested in helping with the development and application of an 
efficient hydro-code, which uses domain decomposition, to permit excellent, 
coarse grained parallelism similar to the successful dark matter TPM 
codes, but with inclusion of the full suite of necessary physical 
processes. The successful candidate is also expected to have had 
substantial experience with programming languages (Fortran, C, C++, MPI, 
OpenMP...) widely used in scientific computing. We have excellent local 
computing facilities as well as access to larger super-computing facilities. 

Appointments are for one year, renewable annually based on satisfactory 
performance, for a total of up to three years. Applicants should send a 
curriculum vitae, bibliography and statement of research interests, and 
arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent by December 1, 2006, 
to the above address. All applications will automatically be considered 
for all postdoctoral fellowships available in the department, but please 
state which positions you are interested in. For information about applying 
to Princeton, please link to: 
http://web.princeton.edu/sites/dof/ApplicantsInfo.htm  EEO/AAE 

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Software Scientist 
Princeton University
Department of Astrophysical Sciences
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544  USA
Attention: M. Lipman
Tel: 609-258-3824
FAX: 609-258-1020
URL1:http://www.astro.princeton.edu 
Email Submission Address: postappastro.princeton.edu
Email Inquiries: gkastro.princeton.edu
The closing date for receipt of applications: 12/01/2006

ASTRONOMICAL SOFTWARE SCIENTIST - PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

The Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University, expects to 
have one or more positions in the area of software development and support 
for the acquisition, reduction, analysis, and testing of photometric and 
spectroscopic data obtained by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, a 
multi-institution project to carry out an imaging and redshift survey.  A 
dedicated telescope and camera measures the sky at five bands, u,g,r,i, 
and z, using a large format CCD array, and spectra are obtained by a pair 
of multi-fiber spectrographs.  The data reduction is done by a series of 
automated pipelines which calibrate and correct the data, find and measure 
objects, and produce digital catalogues, images and spectra for science 
analysis.  We expect to carry out development, testing and support work in 
the following areas: running the pipelines; efficient algorithms for object 
measurement; quality analysis; co-addition of multiple imaging data; 
comparison and subtraction of images from multiple passes across the sky; 
automated searches for variable objects; algorithms to find rapidly varying 
or fast moving objects; global photometric calibration; spectrophotometry; 
and determination of stellar parameters (temperature, metalicity, spectral 
type, gravity and radial velocity).  Much of this work will be in support 
of SDSS-II, whose science goals include the studies of large scale 
cosmological structure, the kinematic and chemical structure and merger 
history of the Milky Way galaxy, and the characterization of supernova 
light curves in the range z=0.2 - 0.6.

We seek persons with knowledge of optical astronomy at faint levels, CCD 
data, handling of large data sets, efficient automated data reduction, 
image analysis, and stellar spectroscopic analysis.  The job(s) include 
algorithm development; evaluating the scientific performance of pipeline 
code; writing robust, efficient code (primarily on Unix platforms in C); 
and running and maintaining pipeline code.  Experience in Python, C++ and 
software engineering practices is desirable.  The appointment(s) will be 
made to the scientific or technical staff at a level and salary commensurate 
with experience, for an initial period of one year which can be renewed 
for one or more years depending on satisfactory performance and availability 
of funding.

We seek persons with at least 5 years of experience with optical telescope 
hardware and software and a PhD in astrophysics or a related field.

Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, bibliography and statement of 
research interests, and arrange to have three letters of recommendation 
sent to the above address, by December 1, 2006. The application will also 
be considered for other available positions.

The position(s) are expected to begin on Sept 1, 2007 and are advertised 
subject to the availability of funding.  Further information about the 
SDSS is available via http://www.astro.princeton.edu or by email from 
gkastro.princeton.edu.  For information about applying to Princeton, 
please link to http://web.princeton.edu/sites/dof/ApplicantsInfo.htm.  
EEO/AAE

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Southern Cosmology Survey Postdoctoral Fellowships 
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Department of Astrophysical Sciences
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544 USA
Attention:  M. Lipman
Tel: 609-258-3801
FAX: 609-258-1020
Email Submission Address: postappastro.princeton.edu
Email Inquiries: postappastro.princeton.edu
URL: http://www.astro.princeton.edu
The closing date for receipt of applications: 1/1/2006

We invite applications for a postdoctoral research associate position 
starting September 1, 2007 for a multi-institutional postdoctoral program 
funded by the NSF Partnership for International Research and Education 
(PIRE).  The successful candidate should be an exceptional experimental, 
observational or theoretical cosmologist.  The postdoctoral fellow will be 
based between Rutgers University, The University of Pennsylvania and 
Princeton University and will work with collaboration members at these US 
institutions as well as at Pontifica Universidad Catolica (Chile) and the 
University of KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa).  We seek candidates with 
proposed research programs based on SZE data from the Atacama Cosmology 
Telescope (http://www.physics.princeton.edu/act), optical data from SALT 
and other ground-based telescopes with a scientific focus on fundamental 
cosmology, or related theoretical or observational studies of galaxy 
formation and evolution and galaxy clusters.  Possible projects include 
experimental and theoretical work on the CMB, secondary CMB effects, 
clusters of galaxies, galaxy evolution, stellar populations at high 
redshift, and weak lensing.  The three US institutions are located within 
an hour of each other, allowing for frequent collaborations and meetings.  
The three US universities encompass a body of approximately 80 postdoctoral 
researchers, faculty and graduate students working in cosmology and 
extra-galactic astronomy.  Further, there will be a very strong 
collaboration with our South African (University of KwaZulu-Natal) and 
Chilean (Universidad Catolica) partners in the PIRE program.  An annual 
summer school is being organized in each of the hemispheres and long 
stays in Chile and South Africa will be supported and strongly encouraged.  
There will be significant funds for travel.

Appointments are for one year, renewable annually based on satisfactory 
performance, for a total of up to three years.  Applicants should send a 
curriculum vitae, bibliography and statement of research interests, and 
arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent to the above address 
by January 1, 2007.  Applications will automatically be considered for 
all postdoctoral fellowships available in the Astrophysical Sciences 
department at Princeton.  For further inquires contact:  Jack Hughes 
(jphphysics.rutgers.edu), David Spergel (dnsastro.princeton.edu) 
and Raul Jimenez (rauljphysics.upenn.edu).  For further information 
about applying to Princeton, please link to:  
http://web.princeton.edu/sites/dof/ApplicantsInfo.htm.  EEO/AAE

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6. Tenure track Physics/Astronomy Position at Tennessee State University
   *Deadline today, Nov. 10 2006*
From: Geoffrey S. Burks(GBURKSTnstate.edu)

[Eds. note: Unfortunately, this notice reached us too late to be included
in last week's issue.]

Please excuse the short notice. At Tennessee State University we are 
advertising for 2 tenure track/tenured physics positions.  Due to growth in 
our Astronomy program, I have just managed to convince the head of the search 
committee, that one of the positions should have someone qualified to teach 
BOTH Physics and Astronomy.

Unfortunately the Deadline is 11/10/06.  I believe that a completed web 
application and a reference list is all that the candidate must submit by 
then.  Please check the website for exact details about references.  
www.tnstate.edu 

TSU is a Historically Black University and 2/3 of our students are women.  
We are anxious to increase the diversity level of our Astronomy faculty. I 
am the sole Astronomy instructor and a white male (We have 3 full time 
researchers).  Applications from minorities and/or women are thus desirable. 
Please let people in your circle of connections about this position.  I 
really appreciate your help.

Thanks, Geoff Burks

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7. Faculty Positions in Astrophysics - Arizona State University
From: Sumner Starrfield (sumner.starrfieldasu.edu)

Faculty Positions in Astrophysics
School of Earth and Space Exploration
Arizona State University

In July 2006, Arizona State University launched the School of Earth and Space 
Exploration (SESE) as part of a university-wide initiative in 
transdisciplinary research and education. SESE faculty are organizing their 
research efforts around "grand challenges" in the earth and space sciences, 
such as understanding the formation and evolution of galaxies, stars, 
planetary systems, and the universe. Currently, we seek applicants doing 
observational and/or computational studies of the evolution of stars, solar 
systems, and/or extrasolar planets with broad interests in collaborative
research within SESE. ASU astrophysics faculty currently have access to the 
LBT, MMT, Magellan, and other Steward Observatory telescopes, through the 
Steward TAC. We are now accepting applications from creative researchers and 
inspired educators. Doctoral degrees and an enthusiasm for collaborative 
research are minimum qualifications for these positions. The exact number of 
hires that will be made during this academic year will depend upon 
administrative discussions currently underway at ASU, and on the quality of 
the applicant pool. Appointments can be made at any level, from tenure-track 
Assistant to tenured Full Professor, depending on the experience and 
qualifications of successful candidates.

Applications must include: 1) a cover letter, 2) a description of how your 
future research and teaching will contribute to the overall goals of the 
School; 3) a current CV; and 4) the names and contact information for three 
references. Consideration of applications will commence on 1 December 2006, 
but applications will continue to be considered bi-monthly until the search 
is closed. Inquiries and applications must be addressed to Kip Hodges, 
SESE Director, and submitted electronically to sesenewfacasu.edu. 
Submissions in pdf format are preferred. ASU is an equal 
opportunity/affirmative action employer that actively seeks diversity among 
applicants and promotes a diverse workforce. The full advertisement can be 
found at:
http://sese.asu.edu/faculty_positions.php

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8. Three Positions, Physics Division, NSF
From: WIPHYS of November 8, 2006

The Physics Division is seeking to fill a position for Deputy Division
Director. The opening is announced as both a permanent position and two
classes of temporary position. Links to the postings at various levels
are provided below. 

1) Deputy Director, Division of Physics, ES-1301, MPS/PHY (Closes:
12/08/2006) URL :
http://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?ods_key=s20070016c 

2) Deputy Director, Division of Physics, ES-1301, MPS/PHY (Closes:
12/08/2006) URL :
http://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?ods_key=s20070016ltd 

3) Deputy Director, Division of Physics, ES-1301, MPS/PHY (Closes:
12/08/2006) URL :
http://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?ods_key=s20070016ipa 

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9. Research Position in Scientific Computing, University of California, 
   San Diego
From: WIPHYS of November 8, 2006

The High Energy Physics Group (http://hep.ucsd.edu) at UCSD seeks a 
researcher interested in a long-term leadership position in the group. 
Our group is playing a leadership role in the Open Science 
Grid (http://www.opensciencegrid.org) in the areas of applications 
development, grid site operations, and developing a roadmap that 
satisfies the future needs of an expanding scientific user 
community. The OSG site we operate is physically located at the San 
Diego Supercomputing Center. The candidate is expected to play a key 
role in all aspects of our involvement in the Open Science Grid, as 
well as actively helping to shape the future of our involvement in 
distributed computing in general. Strong technical skills, and an 
interest in day-to-day operations of computing infrastructure are 
required in addition to strong written and verbal skills. Candidates 
must have a Ph.D. in a data intensive science, e.g. particle physics; 
postdoctoral experience preferred. Title and level of appointment 
will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Salary will 
be based on published UC pay scales. Review of applications will 
begin on January 3, 2007 and will continue until position is filled. 
To apply, candidates should refer to position WPSC-W and send a CV 
with names and addresses of references, electronically to 
osgsearchphysics.ucsd.edu or by mail to: Professor Frank Wuerthwein, 
UCSD, 9500 Gilman Drive, MC 0319, La Jolla, CA 92093-0319.
UCSD is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with a 
strong institutional commitment to excellence through diversity.

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