Friday, October 20 at 3 PM in ETC 4.150
Join us this Friday when we chat with Sam Wallen. Sam is a new post-doc at ARL-UT working under Dr. Haberman. The Acoustical AMA series allows current students to meet with acoustical professionals in an informal setting and pick their brains concerning all things acoustics and related career paths.
Hope to see you there!
Posted: October 20th 2017
My lab here in New Hampshire is trying to recruit new researchers. We have multiple positions open and ready to be filled, but I wanted to advertise one in particular due to the need for a quick turn-around (the project leads are hoping to have someone hired before February). There is more information on the position in the attached flyer. While the flyer says they are looking for a permanent position, the project leads are also open to hiring someone as an ORISE scholar. The salary range is rather large because they are looking for either an M.S. or a Ph.D., but the compensation is competitive. Since I was confused about this when I came, I should point out that the salary range represents starting salaries, not final career salaries. There is plenty of room for career advancement.
If any students are interested, please contact our branch chief Andrew Niccolai at Marino.A.Niccolai@usace.army.mil. His information is also on the flyer.
I really like the work and environment here, and I feel that a UT acoustics education is excellent preparation to fit right in. There is both basic and applied work here, and the researchers have considerable flexibility on what they want to pursue. If any students have questions about this position, CRREL, or living in New Hampshire/Vermont (the lab is on the border), I would be happy to answer them.
Michael B. Muhlestein, Ph.D.
Research Physical Scientist
U.S. Army ERDC-CRREL