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Deputy Division Director Position Available at NSF CISE

November 4th, 2013 / in Uncategorized / by Shar Steed

nsf_logo_new_transparentThe National Science Foundation is looking to hire a Deputy Division Director in the Division of Computing and Communication Foundations, a unit within the Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE).

According to the USAJOBS website, this position:

Serves in the Division responsible for administering CISE programs and activities that seek advances in computing and communication theory, algorithms for computer and computational sciences, and architecture and design of computers and software. CCF-supported projects also investigate revolutionary computing paradigms based on emerging scientific ideas and integrate research and education activities to prepare future generations of computer science and engineering workers.  The Deputy Division Director participates with the Division Director in providing leadership and direction to the Division of Computing and Communication Foundations.  Assists the Division Director in carrying out scientific leadership responsibilities including strategic planning, award portfolio management, and the recruitment of a world-class scientific staff.  The Deputy Division Director assumes the Division Director’s role in the absence of the Division Director.

The full position description and requirements are available at:


Deputy Division Director Position Available at NSF CISE

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