The Sciences and Exploration Directorate, Solar System Exploration Division, Planetary Magnetospheres Laboratory (Code 695) is seeking a researcher in precision measurement methods and technologies and conducts research in the field of magnetospheric physics.Learn more about this agency
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You will investigate Solar System magnetospheric physics and exploratory searches of magnetic field and energetic particle interactions in Solar System magnetospheres and the heliosphere; contribution to the development of future mission concepts involving Solar System magnetic fields or the heliosphere; organization and implementation of observational research from space or ground-based observations, involving magnetic fields; and formulation and direction of large data reduction and analysis programs for space flight magnetic field experiments and remote observations experiments.
You will devise and test new approaches to the calibration, validation and analysis of satellite experimental data, especially those involving magnetic fields.
You will serve as a technical authority and source of consultation for other scientists and program specialists and resolves issues that affect scientific programs. Based on knowledge of the Laboratory's priorities provides expert advice in the development and evaluation of scientific programs.
Contribute expertise to Division or NASA scientific programs, involving the development of new technology or instrumentation for space or ground-based research. Such contribution could take the form of organization and leadership of teams of scientists and engineers overseeing the development of spacecraft, new instrumentation, or the monitoring of related contractor activities.
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This job is open to…U.S. citizens and U.S. nationals
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