Branch Chief at National Ocean Service

NOAA

The NOAA National Ocean Service (NOS) Office of Coast Survey (OCS) is looking to hire a Supervisory Physical Scientist/Branch Chief. The position is in Silver Spring, MD.

The individual selected for this position will:

  • Coordinate projects such as the design and standardization of software infrastructures, modeling numerics, gridding techniques, and coupling technology to enable effective development and transition to operations of hydrodynamic models.
  • Plan, manage and supervise Branch resources effectively to provide required products and services.
  • Lead and manage employees, operations, and process improvements by providing technical supervision and guidance to increase output and enhance employee professional development and workplace environment.
  • Communicate research and development results with the national and international oceanographic science community and participate in community modeling efforts with other NOS and NOAA program offices, other federal, state, and local governments, academia, and the private sector.
  • Establish and manage goals and objectives in support of the office to meet internal and external customer requirements

The application process is open through March 28, 2016.

Note that there are two announcements for this position; applicants are allowed to submit applications in both venues. Full details, including instructions regarding how to apply, are available at:

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/433520200

and

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/433520600

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