Director of MSN-C
Director of CHEXS at CHESS
Director of the Materials Solutions Network at CHESS (MSN-C)
Director of Center for High Energy X-ray Sciences (CHEXS) at CHESS
Senior Research Associate (2 positions)
MSN-C and CHEXS are partner programs making use of the x-ray facilities of the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS). MSN-C is supported by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and CHEXS is supported by the National Science Foundation. The MSN-C and CHEXS Directors have responsibility for oversight of the scientific and technical programs, facility management, operations and budget, the user program, external and internal academic relations, industrial relations, and other tasks delegated by the Principal Investigators (PI). The Directors reports to the Associate Director of CHESS.
The initial appointments are for five years with the possibility of extension.
- Oversee scientific programs by leading a team of staff scientists and identifying scientific priorities, coordinating resources to accomplish scientific goals, reporting and communicating research accomplishments, and helping to shape future programs.
- Organize personnel and equipment resources to ensure that they are used properly, safely, equitably, and within the charter of the facility.
- Build and sustain a portfolio of laboratory and research funding. Assist the PIs in obtaining funding for the facility by drafting, writing, and providing input for proposals to federal, state, and private sources.
- Provide periodic reports to the PIs, users, committees and sponsors on the status of the facility. Prepare and present such reports to the boards, committees, and sponsors as needed.
- Develop short- and long-term plans for the facility. Carry out current policies and programs established by the PIs and the External Advisory Committee; work towards program growth by helping the PIs identify programs, resources, and funding opportunities and requirements.
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