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Research Staff

Postdoctoral Fellow

Job Code: R_00013926

Purpose: Conduct earthquake analysis research for the TexNet project. Analysis of TexNet earthquake catalog, and relocation of seismicity using cross correlation methods. Use signal processing methods to identify dependence of resulted catalogs to initial data set (e.g. influence of workflow, inactive areas become active). Application of ML to TexNet ground motion data to detect and locate seismicity.

Functions: Create high resolution catalogs for seismicity characterization. Dependence on cross correlation earthquake catalogs on initial catalogs. Optimal network geometries for high resolution cross correlation and relative relocation catalogs. Publish results of research.

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Research Scientist

Job Code: R_00013668

Purpose: Lead emerging research program in geothermal, subsurfacestorage, hydrogeology or environmental engineering.

Functions: Manage a research program, producing deliverables on time, keeping projects within budget, meeting project reporting and publication requirements, and ensuring that the project is appropriately resourced.Conduct technical research. Supervise the research team and additional direct reports as assigned. Interact with Industry, Government, and Academic stakeholders to seek input on research directions, define and execute relevant programmatic research, and secure funding and data to conduct research. Make presentations to professional groups, state agencies etc, and publish research results.

To learn more or to apply for this position, click here.Please note that there are separate job boards depending on if you are a UT employee or not. It is imperative that you apply to the correct board. Once you have accessed the correct job board, you can either search for the position using either the title of the position or the job code. For instructions on how to apply through the correct job board, click here.

 

Senior Research Scientist

Job Code: R_00013666

Purpose: Lead emerging research program in geothermal, subsurfacestorage, hydrogeology or environmental engineering.

Functions: Manage a research program, producing deliverables on time, keeping projects within budget, meeting project reporting and publication requirements, and ensuring that the project is appropriately resourced.Conduct technical research. Supervise the research team and additional direct reports as assigned.Interact with Industry, Government, and Academic stakeholders to seek input on research directions, define and execute relevant programmatic research, and secure funding and data to conduct research.Make presentations to professional groups, state agencies etc, and publish research results.

To learn more or to apply for this position, click here.Please note that there are separate job boards depending on if you are a UT employee or not. It is imperative that you apply to the correct board. Once you have accessed the correct job board, you can either search for the position using either the title of the position or the job code. For instructions on how to apply through the correct job board, click here.

 

Administrative/Clerical Staff

Administrative Associate

Job Code: R_00015129

Purpose: To provide administrative support for approximately 50-60 researchers, 15 students and 5 visiting scientists in a large environmental and energy focused organized research unit.

Functions: Provide support and guidance to staff regarding University travel procedures. Process requests for travel authorizations and subsequent reimbursements in DEFINE for approximately 50-60 researchers, 15 students, and 5 visiting scientists in DEFINE. Process visa requests as needed. Present orientation to new employees, students, and visiting scientists regarding travel and administrative policies. Support staff with administrative functions and maintain mail room, copy room, and other shared spaces. Coordinate with department accounting and contracts and grants regarding travel and purchases for staff. Coordinate between researchers and contracts and accounting regarding funding issues. Create budget and manage logistics for meetings, workshops, seminars and special events. Provide onsite assistance for events, including travel. Create events in Cvent event management tool and coordinate registrations with attendees. Manage and negotiate hotel contracts when necessary for workshops and special events. Reconcile centrally billed airfare for department and maintain travel reconciliation folders. Process all shipping for researchers. May require heavy lifting or coordination with building manager. Occasional travel to support meetings and/or represent the department at conventions.

Working Conditions: Usual office environment.

To learn more or to apply for this position, click here.Please note that there are separate job boards depending on if you are a UT employee or not. It is imperative that you apply to the correct board. Once you have accessed the correct job board, you can either search for the position using either the title of the position or the job code. For instructions on how to apply through the correct job board, click here.

 

Executive/Managerial Staff

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Technical Staff

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Service/Maintenance Staff

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