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 Company: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Job ID:
5005113
Job Source: Job Board and On-Campus Recruitment
Expires: 12/17/2017
Job Title: Research Experiences and Internships at the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL)
Job Type: Paid Internship, Part Time     
Degrees Wanted: None Required
Majors Wanted: Chemistry, Communication Studies, Geology, Geosciences, Mathematical Sciences, Mathematics, Physics
Job Target: Engineering; Government; Research 
Location: OR, PA, WV  
Salary: Varies
Job Description: Opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, along with recent master's and doctoral graduates, to participate in energy related research.

NETL onsite research provides:
* A flexible, focused research effort that addresses national fossil energy R&D needs
* Impartial evaluation of new concepts and materials and expert authoritative review of external R&D proposals
* A venue for universities, other Federal agencies (e.g., DOD, NASA), and other research organizations to participate in collaborative research* In-depth expertise in technologies and research methodologies for program planning and management purposes
* Hands-on fossil energy technology training for experienced postdoctoral researchers, graduate students, visiting professors, and undergraduate students
* A wide-ranging set of university-supported projects on fossil energy research issues.

Application Instructions: For Immediate Consideration: Please Apply: https://netl.orau.gov/ 
Contact: Jennifer Casey      Address: P O Box 117, MS 36, Oak Ridge, TN 37831   
Apply Online:http://orau.gov/netl/applicants/how-to-apply.html


 


 

  

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