George Mason University’s Center for Climate Change Communication invites applications for a full-time research associate to help manage a multi-institution TV weathercaster-focused climate change education partnership grant funded by the National Science Foundation. Responsibilities include collaborating with the university’s principle investigator and co-investigators at other institutions and partner organizations to determine the direction of the project, taking lead responsibility to coordinate, manage and maintain budgets and contracts. Successful candidates will have an advanced degree in meteorology, atmospheric science, earth systems science, communication, education or other relevant social science discipline, and at least two years of progressively responsible project management experience in an environment with numerous internal and external contributors to a project. This appointment will be renewed on a yearly basis, contingent on performance, progress and available funding.

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