This announcement has bee amended to reflect a change in salary and to extend the closing date to July 11, 2019.
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Serves as the Division Director of the Division of Chemistry and as a member of the leadership team of the Directorate for Mathematical and Physical Sciences. Leads a team of program staff in managing a broad portfolio of investments in research and education in Chemistry. The incumbent has managerial and oversight responsibilities for the effective use of Division staff and resources in meeting organizational goals and objectives. This includes directing the activities of the Division, assessing the needs and trends in research and education related to the Division's programs, implementing overall strategic planning, and policy setting.
The Division Director supervises and provides leadership and guidance to senior executive level CHE staff (Deputy Division Director), CHE program officers, administrative and support personnel. The Division Director determines funding requirements, prepares and justifies budget estimates, balances program needs, allocates resources, oversees the evaluation of proposals and recommendations for awards and declinations, and represents NSF to relevant external groups. The Division Director fosters partnerships with other Divisions, Directorates, Federal agencies, scientific organizations, and the academic community.
The mission of the NSF Division of Chemistry (CHE) is to support innovative research in chemical sciences, integrated with education, through strategic investment in developing a globally engaged U.S. chemistry workforce reflecting the diversity of America. CHE manages programs with a total annual budget of over $230 million. These programs support research and education that expand the knowledge base of the science of chemistry through single investigator and collaborative research.
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