US Army Research Office: Program Manager

The US Army Research Office is looking to hire a new program manager, specifically with Topological Modeling and Analysis as one of the requested focus areas.





Applications are being solicited for the following scientific disciplines:  Mathematician-1520; at pay band DB-III or pay band DB-IV (equivalent to the GS-12/13 or 14/15 grade levels), U.S. Army Research Office, Research Triangle Park, N.C.  The annual salary range is $77,382 – $166,273 (per annum, which includes a locality adjustment) depending upon individual qualifications and salary history.

Position is as Program Manager for extramural basic research program in Modeling of Complex Systems, with particular focus in Complexity Modeling and Computation, Topological Modeling and Analysis, and Complexity Management.  Work involves the creation, management, and leadership of high risk, opportunity-driven basic-research with potential for major impact on Army/DoD capabilities. Incumbent will promote/coordinate relationships between Army and national and international scientific, educational, and research institutions to affect the transition of this research into current/future Army systems. Will conduct workshops, conferences and symposia related to research initiatives within these specific areas of Modeling of Complex Systems; will identify emerging opportunities and maintain awareness of recent developments. Will coordinate with representatives (intra- and inter-discipline) from DoD and other agencies to evaluate research initiatives.

Applicants must show successful completion of a full 4 year course of study leading to a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution; or combination of education and experience equivalent to the GS-12 level  position (DB-III) or GS-14 level position (DB- IV) in the Federal government.  Advanced degrees at the PhD level, with relevant journal publications, preferred.  Experience must have been in or related to the work of the position and equipped the applicant with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position.

Applicants must be U.S. citizens, be able to obtain a security clearance (SECRET), and comply with provisions of the Ethics in Government Act.  Interested individuals must apply electronically by sending detailed curriculum vitae that includes relevant work experience and detailed publication list to by July 15th, 2020.   Direct questions to Dr. Joseph Myers, (919) 549-4245, or Ms. Wanda Wilson, (919) 549-4296.

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