In this role, you will develop and maintain interactions with Thought Leaders, appropriate HCPs, and access stakeholders, within a given geography to answer scientific, unsolicited product and HEOR related questions.
In this role, you will include wetland and waterway delineations, preparation of waterway permits (section 401 and 404), and preparation of environmental documentation under the national environmental policy act (nepa) requirements. Additional duties may include, but are not limited to, planning and design of wetland and stream mitigation and conducting phase I environmental site assessments.
The candidate will participate in group meetings. Group meetings are designed to allow the applicant to discuss current research and promote discussion with fellow Gasification and Advanced Reaction Systems researchers.
In this role, the selected candidate will coordinate new installations, including facility inspections, instrument validation, and customer training; review and approve operational quality of equipment, and instruct customers in operations and maintenance of system under general instruction.
The candidate will have experience in research and development of laser induced breakdown spectroscopy in harsh conditions, particularly applied to pressurized water with high salinity, relevant to carbon storage measurements and monitoring.
In this role, you will plan and execute research activities that align with business goals, uncover customer needs that result in actionable recommendations that drive user-centered ideation, definition and iteration.