[ESIP-all] Job Opening: EarthCube Science Support Office Project Manager
jwyoung at ucar.edu
Fri May 13 11:01:51 EDT 2016
Dear ESIP community,
The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) in Boulder,
Colorado is pleased to announce a search for an EarthCube Science Support
Office (ESSO) Project Manager.
To apply please see the link below. To learn more about EarthCube, ESSO, or
the project manager position please read below the link.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) EarthCube initiative is a
community-driven project aimed at creating an integrated environment for
the sharing of geoscience data and knowledge in an open, transparent, and
inclusive manner. EarthCube is governed and guided by its Leadership
Council, Standing Committees, Teams, and Working Groups. The
community-based EarthCube Science Support Office (ESSO) was created to
oversee and govern EarthCube project activities.
The ESSO facilitates the efforts of the scientific community in carrying
out the tasks of EarthCube Governance in order to advance EarthCube’s
mission by providing coordination, administrative, budgetary,
communication, outreach, documentation, meeting, and other related
logistical support to its governing bodies and the community at large.
ESSO’s aim is to organize and manage community dialog, strengthen ongoing
efforts to define and resolve common challenges, and help realize
EarthCube’s full potential and vision. In doing so, ESSO strives to
increase the efficiency, cost effectiveness, and transparency of support
services to its governance stakeholders.
The Project Manager is a key leadership position in the EarthCube Science
Support Office (ESSO) within UCAR’s Unidata Program Center and supported by
the Joint Office for Science Support (JOSS), providing project management,
project execution, outreach, administration and other operational support
to ESSO’s efforts in contributing toward EarthCube’s success. In that
capacity, the individual will have a wide degree of latitude to support
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