[pccgrads] FWD JOB: Climate and human health, Battelle Memorial Institute (Arlington, VA; Columbus, OH, Atlanta, GA; Seattle, WA; Charlottsville, VA.)

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Tue Mar 15 16:21:22 PDT 2016




FYI - a job posting at Battelle in DC for a "Senior Research Scientist to
help shape future growth and to support existing technical work in the area
of climate change and its impacts on human health"



- Lara



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Subject: [CIGInternal] JOB: Senior Research Scientist - Climate, Battelle
Memorial Institute (Arlington, VA; Columbus, OH, Atlanta, GA; Seattle, WA;
Charlottsville, VA.)



See below for details about a job opportunity with Battelle in the DC area.
Looks exciting . . .



excerpt: "The candidate should be poised to support and lead
state-of-the-art applied research in the application of Earth observation
data and climate models to boost the capacity of the government and private
sector for climate resilient decision-making. He/she will have access to a
host of experts in public health, environmental impacts, transportation,
statistics, data analytics, and information system design, plus access to
in-house laboratory facilities and connections to Battelle's world renowned
Laboratory Operations group. The position will provide the successful
candidate with an opportunity to further shape Battelle's climate change
focus area, with support from many experts across multiple scientific
disciplines."

JOB DESCRIPTION

Battelle's Health and Consumer Solutions business unit is seeking candidates
for a Senior Research Scientist to help shape future growth and to support
existing technical work in the area of climate change and its impacts on
human health. He/she will support such relevant applications as climate
change modelling projections, vulnerability and impacts analysis, and
resilience-building for government and commercial clients. Examples of
Battelle's recent climate change work include U.S. and international focused
work on urban heat wave vulnerability, climate change training to inform
international development, and identification of priority datasets for
climate change impacts to health and related sectors such as energy and
natural resources. The successful candidate will build on and expand this
work through working with climate model outputs, assessing vulnerability,
and identifying human health adaptation strategies. Our clients in the
climate area include the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Aeronautics and Space
Administration, USAID and other public and private clients. Candidates with
background or interest in research at the air quality-energy-urban nexus are
also of strong interest.

The candidate should be poised to support and lead state-of-the-art applied
research in the application of Earth observation data and climate models to
boost the capacity of the government and private sector for climate
resilient decision-making. He/she will have access to a host of experts in
public health, environmental impacts, transportation, statistics, data
analytics, and information system design, plus access to in-house laboratory
facilities and connections to Battelle's world renowned Laboratory
Operations group. The position will provide the successful candidate with an
opportunity to further shape Battelle's climate change focus area, with
support from many experts across multiple scientific disciplines.




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