Full-time position serving as the Director of the Kansas Geological Survey (KGS) and State Geologist. Must develop and articulate a vision of KGS programs, understand the concept of serving Kansas through high-quality research in the applied geosciences, and embrace a collegial leadership style. Requires doctorate in the geosciences with 10 years professional experience, 3 years administrative experience, national recognition in geoscience research, excellent communication skills, knowledge of natural resources and the environmental aspects of their use, and demonstrated ability to deal with natural-resource policy issues.
The KGS is a research and service division of the
University of Kansas (KU). Created in 1889, the Survey studies the geology of
Kansas, develops new techniques for exploring and analyzing geologic data, and
produces and disseminates maps, reports, and scientific papers. Among the
premier earth-science research and service institutions in the U.S., the KGS
has an annual state budget of $5.8 million, a fiscal year 2014 grant and
contract budget of $2 million, and employs more than 115 researchers, support
staff, and students engaged in a variety of disciplines. Staff collaborate
extensively with faculty and students in academic departments at KU.
Full announcement and application info. at www.kgs.ku.edu/General/jobs.html.
Review will begin January 25, 2016, position open until filled. For
further information contact Jim Butler (email@example.com)
or Greg Ludvigson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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