Operations/maintenance job in Nevada; Earth Sciences/Geology Professor in Maine

Check out job announcements. In Nevada, US Geothermal is looking for a power plant operations and maintenance tech. In Maine, College of the Atlantic is looking for an Earth Sciences/Geology faculty member.

Job: Power Plant Operations and Maintenance Tech, US Geothermal, Nevada
Job: Earth Sciences/Geology Faculty, College of the Atlantic, Maine

Job: Power Plant Operations and Maintenance Tech, US Geothermal, Nevada
Job Description: US Geothermal Nevada LLC has a position available. This position is responsible for all phases of geothermal plant operation. It requires skills in performing a wide variety of plant maintenance tasks including diagnosis, maintenance and repair of mechanical and electrical equipment. The position involves rotating shifts and is subject to off shift call-in. Job Requirements: Experience using SCADA, CMMS system and MS Office preferred. Benefit package available to full time employees. Drug screening and background checks required. Must have valid driver’s license and clear driving record. Apply online, Jobs.net

Job: Earth Sciences/Geology Faculty, College of the Atlantic, Maine
College of the Atlantic seeks a permanent faculty member in Earth Sciences/Geology. The anticipated start date is August, 2014. The faculty member, who will be the only faculty in the geosciences at the college, will develop and teach introductory, intermediate, and advanced classes, supervise independent studies and senior projects, and contribute to college governance and service. The successful candidate will develop projects and field experiences for students that utilize some of the college’s local resources (the college’s field stations on two islands in the Gulf of Maine, two farms, the Dorr Museum of Natural History, and the Cox Protectorate, a 101-acre parcel of undeveloped land) as well as the resources of nearby Acadia National Park. A Ph.D. in geology, earth sciences, atmospheric science, or a related field is required. Teaching experience is strongly preferred.

More details and description at Coa.edu. Interested candidates should send a CV and a cover letter addressing qualifications for the position and a statement of teaching philosophy to Barbara Carter, Geology Search Committee, College of the Atlantic 105 Eden Street, Bar Harbor, ME 04609 or bcarter@coa.edu. Review of applicants will begin on Oct 18, 2013 and will continue until the position is filled.

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