What You Will Do
Reporting to the NCAR Director, the Associate Director for CGD is responsible for the overall scientific and strategic mission, productivity, and excellence of the Laboratory. This includes CGD’s vision and mission and the leadership and management of the implementation of long and short-term planning that supports the CGD and NCAR mission. The Director is responsible for the effective management and administration of the Laboratory.
The Director fosters interaction and collaboration between NCAR, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) staff and programs. In addition, the Director is responsible for program advocacy in a number of forums including government agencies, UCAR member and non-member institutions and the scientific community at large.
As a member of the NCAR Executive Committee, the director shares in NCAR management deliberations and decisions, and providing advice on matters such as scientific goals, initiatives and standards, budgets, priorities, policies, and programs.
PhD in a science discipline relevant to the mission of the laboratory and at least ten years’ experience managing complex science programs, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.