Research Engineer Associate/CAER

Lexington, Kentucky, United States

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Job description

Requisition Number: RE14804

Department Name: 40550:Ctr For Applied Energy Res

Work Location: Lexington, KY

Grade Level: 46

Salary Range: $48,526-80,059/year

Type of Position: Staff

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Physical Requirements

Lifting up to 10 lbs., some standing and walking.



Job Summary

The Center for Applied Energy Research is seeking to fill a Research Engineer Associate position for our Clean Fuels and Chemicals group. The successful candidate will participate in multidisciplinary studies related to various aspects of fabricating, constructing, assembling, and calibrating process development units/equipment. This position is responsible for procurement, storage, logging of supplies and equipment handling, identification, packaging, and storage of materials/samples. This position conducts experiments/tests in the laboratory/field that include taking measurements and recording observations, collecting, compiling, and processing data contributing to the analysis of test information and data conferring with scientists and engineers to conduct analyses of research projects, interpret test results, and develop other tests.

IEBC (Internal Employee Being Considered)

Does this position have supervisory responsibilities?: No

Deadline to Apply: 07/05/2018

How to apply

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