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    Summary

    A successful candidate in this position will…

    • Be responsible for environmental microbial genomics and microbial physiology.
    • Serve as a technical authority in all aspects of science program management.
    • Develop connections and interface for projects which may be supported by other divisions within the Office and other programs in the organization to exploit optimal strategies for biotechnological and environmental research.
    • Serve as an essential resource to the Office’s Genomic Science Program.

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    Responsibilities

    As a GS-15 full performance level Microbiologist, you will:

    • Serve as a microbiologist responsible for all aspects of environmental microbial genomics and microbial physiology, related to understanding the functional and dynamic analysis of gene expression, and metabolic and regulatory networks that control the function of living systems in order to address important issues such as microbiome and environmental process research.
    • Serve as an internationally recognized technical authority in all aspects of science program management, including program planning, program budget formulation, program implementation, and program evaluation.
    • Develop connections and interface for projects which may be supported by other divisions within the Office and other programs in the organization to exploit optimal strategies for biotechnological and environmental research.
    • Maintains strategic partnerships within DOE laboratories, universities, and other research institutions.
    • Serve as an essential resource to the Office’s Genomic Science Program.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required (up to 10%).

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    15

  • Job family (Series)

    0403 Microbiology

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