Thread: update to job listing: USGS Earthquake Science Center - Director

Started: 2021-08-11 19:00:05
Last activity: 2021-08-11 19:00:05
Earthquake Science Center – Director position opening
Pasadena, CA was added as a duty station and the announcement has been reposted with a new closing date of Sept 2, 2021

Job applications are now being accepted for the position of Director, USGS Earthquake Science Center, Moffett Field, CA OR Pasadena, CA. The position is posted on USAJOBS.govhttps://www.usajobs.gov/ and is open to all U.S. Citizens. Applications will be accepted through September 2, 2021.

Supervisory Interdisciplinary Geophysicist or Geologist
Open & closing dates 08/05/2021 to 09/02/2021
Pay scale & grade GS 15
Salary $146,260 to $172,500 per year
Work schedule Full-time
Duty station Moffett Field, CA OR Pasadena, CA
Relocation expenses reimbursed Yes relocation expenses are authorized
Telework eligible Yes as determined by agency policy

Public (DEU) and Career Transition Applicants:
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/609896500

Merit Promotion Applicants:
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/609896600

Please read all of the application instructions thoroughly. All applicants must submit academic transcripts and other required documentation with their applications prior to the vacancy closing in order to be considered.

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Director of the Earthquake Science Center (ESC) manages the research, monitoring, personnel, and financial aspects of the Center to fulfill the mission of the U.S. Geological Survey’s Earthquake Hazards Program and meet the needs of other USGS Programs and external partners. The ESC Director is supervised by the Director of the USGS Southwest Region, and the ESC Center Director has close working relationships with the Directors of the other nine Centers within the Region. The Center Director also works closely with the Directors of the Northwest-Pacific Islands and Alaska Regions to inform and coordinate understanding of earthquake hazards along the U.S. Pacific coast.

The Center Director oversees a vibrant group of staff to collect a wide range of data on earthquakes, faults, and crustal deformation; conduct research to increase our understanding of earthquake source processes, occurrence, and effects; and synthesize this knowledge into probabilistic seismic hazard assessments, aftershock forecasts, and ground-shaking scenarios for anticipated major earthquakes. ESC also leads the National Strong Motion Project and the ShakeAlert earthquake early warning system; houses renowned rock mechanics laboratories and deep borehole geophysics facilities; conducts extensive geophysical, geologic, and paleoseismic investigations along active faults; and conducts scientific investigations following significant earthquakes, both in the U.S. and internationally. With partners, ESC operates the California Integrated Seismic Network and Pacific Northwest Seismic Network, as well as seismic networks at sites of induced seismicity, and operates geodetic networks through the western U.S.




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