This is a full-time, professional staff position with a 12-month obligation in the Department of Environmental and Sustainable Engineering and the Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences. The Technician will:
Teach field and laboratory components in courses offered by the Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences and Environmental and Sustainable Engineering programs
Manage an on-campus core facility for environmental chemical analysis
Provide technical support to university faculty, staff and students, in addition to professionals from third-party organizations
Develop and maintain internship programs
Supervise the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab and Green Roof Teaching space
Requirements: BS in Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, or closely related discipline. MS is preferred. Qualified candidates will have 5-7 years of experience in a core facility or research lab; or MS with 3-5 years of experience; be familiar with operating and maintaining laboratory equipment; have competency in chemical analysis, including metals, non-metals, inorganics, and organics.