|Classification Title||Astronomy Environment Specialist|
|Department||Sciences Tech Support Services|
|Level||Level C (Specialist)|
Applicants must have advanced proficiency with environmental and sustainability issues and intimate familiarity with the night sky. Applicants should have taken and excelled at PHYS 155 or PHYS 165, mastered concepts of observational astronomy and telescope operation as part of one of these courses, served as Astronomy Outreach Event Assistant, or should have advanced equivalent experience with telescopes and observational astronomy. Applicants filling this position should already possess and should have successfully demonstrated the required skills, proficiencies, and training corresponding to Astronomy Outreach Event Assistant. Applicants will be responsible for initiative in investigating and researching environmental impacts of society. Applicants should enjoy critically evaluating environmental issues for the purposes of making improvements as a way of applying their knowledge about and enthusiasm for astronomy.
|Location||Middlebury, VT Campus|
|Is this an academic year or summer position?|
|Open Until Filled||No|
|Special Instructions to Applicants|
|Quicklink for Posting||http://middlebury.peopleadmin.com/postings/17883|
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