Deputy Division Director at Argonne National Laboratory

The Environmental Science Division (EVS) at Argonne National Laboratory is seeking a Deputy Division Director with previous experience in the development of technical programs, and in management of technical groups, scientists, engineers, and support staff.
EVS conducts basic and applied research and assessment that focus on five major programmatic areas: Land and Renewable Resources, Ecological Resources and Systems, Radiation and Chemical Risk Management, Environmental Security and Restoration and Atmospheric Science and Climate Research. We operate two user facilities for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science: the Southern Great Plains Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) site and the ARM Mobile Facility 2 (AMF2). the Deputy Division Director, you will work in conjunction with the Division Director to develop the division’s short and long-term strategic direction. You will interact with laboratory management, the Department of Energy, and program sponsors to develop productive collaborations.
This position requires a Ph.D. in a discipline related to environmental science supplemented by at least 10 years of relevant accomplishment in a (policy or technical) managerial role demonstrating the following:
• Multi-program administration and new program development.
• Developing productive collaborations with sponsors/scientists within National Laboratories and with other academic/scientific organizations.
• Environmental science expertise
• Managing budgets and resources for a scientific program.
• In oral and written presentation, establishing effective interpersonal relationships, and in motivating multidisciplinary scientific and technical staff.
Upon hire, the selected candidate for this position must be able to obtain and maintain a Q-level security clearance.
Please formally apply to job requisition 321397 at Closing date: 3/31/2014.
Argonne National Laboratory offers competitive compensation and a robust benefits package:

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