Sr. Scientist (Advanced Energy R&D)

Company Name:
is seeking innovative Sr. Scientists to serve as a Subject Matter Expert (SME)
and technical advisor in the areas for Energy Efficiency and Renewable
Energy. In this role, you will conduct
comprehensive technical assessments, evaluate and make recommendations on the
technological relevance and potential return on investment of proposed research
projects, and monitor/evaluate funded R&D; project progress and performance.
This technical advisory role will support the government management team's
decision-making capabilities and facilitate the establishment/ continuous
evaluation of funding throughout the R&D; process across a broad project
portfolio of cutting-edge clean energy technologies in various stages from
basic research to commercialization. You
will interface with R&D; organizations including government labs, industry,
and academia to identify transformation scientific concepts and unproven
technologies that are high risk, high payoff investments to radically advance
energy efficiency and renewable energy capabilities. The candidate shall posses demonstrated
R&D; and technical expertise in a robust combination of advanced
technologies associated with the following areas:
Energy Efficiency
Advanced Manufacturing
Renewable Power
Hydrogen and Fuel Cells
Requirements and Duties:
Assess current and emerging energy efficient
and renewable energy products and technologies and identify
benefits/challenges of applying them into integrated commercial energy
Serve as a scientific advisor in the
development of user requirements, evaluation of proposed technical
designs/applications, technical progress evaluations and risk
assessments/mitigation planning.
Prepare scientific/technical material for and
participate in stakeholder engagement forums such as conferences,
symposiums and technical interchange meetings that may include government
representatives, academia and industry partners.
Contribute to the technology strategic
planning, research idea formulation/execution, cost/benefits analyses,
technical progress assessments and technology transfer efforts.
Strong analytical capabilities and experience
in conducting risk versus payoff assessments to guide funding priorities
and project initiation or termination decisions in a complex R&D;
Assist in reviews of application materials, concept papers and
complete pre-screening of related documents on behalf of the government
customer to support current and future competitive solicitations.
Assist the government team with the synthesis of information flow
from Federal Contract Managers and Industry Partnerships, support
decision-making, and ensure execution of directives at Federal offices,
National Laboratories, and industry partnership organizations.
Conduct research and prepare technical briefings,
white papers, or related deliverables as assigned.
Educational Requirements:
Requires Master's degree (in Physics,
Engineering, or Material Science) or equivalent, and 10 or more years of direct
relevant research/work experience.
Security Requirements : Active Secret Clearance
Requires Bachelor's degree in Business, Engineering, Management Sciences, Computer Science, Information Systems, Social Science, Education, Human Resources Development, and Psychology or other related disciplines and twelve to fifteen years of experience or Master's degree and ten to twelve years of related experience or PhD and eight to nine years of related experience.
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