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The Superintendent of the Acoustics Division is responsible for the comprehensive scientific and technical leadership of the Division, including fiscal integrity and administrative operations. The Acoustics Division conducts a broad-spectrum research and development program in the area of underwater acoustic phenomena. The Superintendent plans, organizes, directs, and coordinates the scientific program of the Division to satisfy broadly defined Naval Research Laboratory, Department of the Navy, and Department of Defense acoustics research and development objectives.
As the Superintendent, you will:
Plan and direct both short- and long-term research and development programs assigned to the Laboratory.
Define research goals, budgetary requirements, and resources, including review the objectives and content of proposed research programs for technical soundness, resource impact, and Laboratory suitability.
Serve as senior technical advisor and consultant to the Directorate Head, Director of Research, and Commanding Officer for research and development in acoustics.
Conceive, plan, and formulate the scientific program of the Division in pursuance of the needs of the Navy.
Maintain a direct liaison with appropriate offices within the Department of the Navy, and other sponsor offices in formulating research plans and programs.
Applicants should be recognized as national/international authorities and should have planned and executed difficult programs of national significance or specialized programs that show outstanding attainment in their field of research.
Internal Number: DE-10506050-19-JS
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