|Department of Energy's "ARPA-E Fellows Program"|
Department of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy Announces Fellows Program The Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy (ARPA-E) is proud to announce the creation of the "ARPA-E Fellows Program," consisting of Senior Fellows and Fellows who will actively help create the strategic direction and vision of the country's first agency devoted exclusively to transformational energy technology research and development. Fellows will support ARPA-E's Program Directors in program creation, while also undertaking independent explorations of promising future research areas for the agency. Fellows will also engage with world class researchers and innovators to develop theses for high impact ARPA-E research program areas, prepare energy technology and economic analyses, and make recommendations to DOE senior management.
Program participants will be expected to have strong technical backgrounds and deep expertise in at least one energy technology related field. Senior Fellows will be expected to have three or more years of relevant work experience in energy innovation related fields, while Fellows will represent recent PhDs, postdoctoral researchers, and recent graduates with less than three years of work experience. Participants will be competitively selected from the best and the brightest, up-and-coming researchers and entrepreneurs in the U.S. energy field.
Highly qualified candidates should possess the following attributes:
ARPA-E Fellow terms will not exceed two years.All ARPA-E Fellows and Senior Fellows are full-time federal employees paid at a competitive salary.
More information can be found at: http://arpa-e.energy.gov/JO.html.
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