Environmental molecular sciences laboratory (EMSL) is pleased to announce William Wiley Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship. The fellowship provides opportunity for newly graduated and junior Ph.D. scientists who have the potential to become full-time scientific staff at EMSL. Fellows will receive competitive salary and an additional allocation for research support and travel.
Environmental molecular sciences laboratory (EMSL) is a national scientific user facility that is funded and sponsored by DOE’s Office of Biological & Environmental Research. Its mission is to provide innovative solutions to the nation’s environmental and energy production challenges in areas such as atmospheric aerosols, global carbon cycling, and energy materials.
The fellowship provides opportunity for newly graduated, junior Ph.D. scientists who have the potential to become full-time scientific staff at EMSL.
How to Apply:
To apply for William Wiley Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship applicants have to create an account. The link is: https://erecruit.pnnl.gov/psp/hrext/PNL_EXTERNAL_APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL
- Current CV showing all research publications and experience.
- Statement of Research Interest (not a formal research proposal) that aligns with one or more EMSL science themes.
- Copies of Unofficial Transcripts for all degrees.
- You will need to upload ONE PDF file that includes the components listed above. Applications lacking these components will be declared ineligible.
- The fellowship will be awarded for a one-year term, with possible renewal up to three years total.
- The position includes a competitive salary, and an additional allocation for research support and travel.
- The Fellows, who will be competitively selected by an EMSL fellowship committee, must collaborate with EMSL scientists in a research area that aligns with EMSL’s science themes.
Students can apply for this fellowship till December 11, 2015.
Link for More Information:
For more questions, contact David Koppenaal (david.koppenaal-at-pnnl.gov).