Postdoctoral Fellowships in Cosmochemistry, Geochemistry, Planetary Science, and Volcanology
Carnegie Institution for Science, DTM, located on beautiful park-like campus in N.W., Washington, DC
September 7, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
Applications are invited for postdoctoral fellowships in the fields of cosmochemistry, solid-Earth geochemistry, planetary science, and volcanology at Carnegie’s Department of Terrestrial Magnetism. These fellowships provide salary, travel, and research support for creative independent research. Details on DTM research staff, laboratory facilities, and ongoing research can be found at https://dtm.carnegiescience.edu.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. in a relevant field by the time of appointment and a promising record of research and publication. Fellows are expected to begin in Fall 2019. A C.V., list of publications, a one-page description of thesis research, a two- to three-page statement of the research you propose to conduct during the postdoctoral fellowship, and three letters of recommendation by those familiar with your work should be submitted online at https://jobs.carnegiescience.edu/jobs/dtm/ by 1 December 2018. A strong application will include an innovative, original, and feasible research proposal. Fellowships are for one year and are normally renewable for a second year. Address any questions you have to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Carnegie Institution is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of gender, race/ethnicity, protected veteran status, disability, or other protected group status
About Carnegie Institution for Science, DTM, located on beautiful park-like campus in N.W., Washington, DC
The Department of Terrestrial Magnetism of the Carnegie Institution for Science is a non-profit scientific research organization home to an interdisciplinary team of astronomers and astrophysicists, geophysicists, volcanologists, and geochemists, cosmochemists and planetary scientists.