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Carlsbad Field Office (CBFO) Fellowship Program

Description:   The Department of Energy (DOE) CBFO Program provides the opportunity to conduct mission-oriented research in DOE’s CBFO in Carlsbad, New Mexico. For more information on WIPP, visit DOE-WIPP.

Discipline(s):   mathematics; computer science; physical sciences; earth, environmental, and marine sciences; engineering; information/systems technology; computer engineering; cyber/computer security; or other related degrees in technology

Eligibility:  U.S. Citizens Only. Applicant must have received (by September 2013) or currently hold a bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited institution within the past five years. Fellowships will be awarded to applicants based on academic level and skills/experience. Applicant must have strong analytical, research and oral and written communication skills and demonstrated capacity for creative thinking. Applicant must also be interested in being part of a multi-disciplinary, fast-paced environment, focused on energy technology research and development.

Location(s):   New Mexico. DOE Carlsbad Field Office

Duration:   The full-time, one-year appointment will start in October/November 2013 or earlier; appointments may be renewed for up to five years, based on program needs, satisfactory performance by the appointee and continued availability of funding.

Awards made:  One

Deadline(s):  Application and supporting material must be received by midnight EST on Sunday, September 22, 2013.

Benefits:  Annual stipends will be based on academic level and relevant skills and/or experience; may include additional allowances of up to $500/month for housing and insurance. Travel to appointment may be included.

Funding source(s):  U.S. Department of Energy

How to apply:  Click CBFO Application to apply.

Program Manager Program Specialist
Leslie Fox Barbara Dunkin
865-241-3319 865-574-6440


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