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Oportunidad de empleo - talleres Matemáticas a maestros

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SE SOLICITA PROFESOR DE MATEMATICAS

Compañía que ofrece talleres y “coaching” a escuelas en plan de mejoramiento.

  Requisitos:

 

Debe poseer  maestría o doctorado en la materia de matemática o disciplinas relacionadas.

Disponibilidad de lunes a viernes de 8pm a 3pm**

 

** Los talleres pueden ser de 3 ó 6 horas dependiendo la solicitud de la escuela. Los niveles a ofrecer son de elemental, intermedia o superior.

  

Para más información favor de comunicarse al 787-877-4007

con Melissa Feliciano o Clari Arbona.

 

Correo electrónico: lsinnovativeeducation@gmail.com


Job Opportunity at Anton Paar USA

Job

Product Specialist- Rheology
Rheometers | Anton Paar USA | Ashland, Virginia
Anton Paar USA, one of the world leaders in laboratory equipment and services, has an immediate opportunity available for a Product Specialist for our Rheometers. Anton Paar USA is headquartered in Ashland, Virginia. The Product Specialist position is based out of the headquarters.
 Please fill out the Employment Application below and submit in the "Further Documents" section when applying online.
Anton Paar USA - Employment Application (PDF)
Requirements:
The successful candidate must have strong written and oral communication skills and must be capable of communicating well with Ph.D. level scientists and QC technicians. The ability to work independently and to demonstrate a strong commitment to customer satisfaction is essential for success. Frequent overnight travel is required.
 The ideal candidate will possess both a strong technical aptitude and a good understanding of sales and marketing disciplines.
Responsibilities:
The Product Specialist applies scientific knowledge and principles to provide in-depth training and assistance to Anton Paar salespeople and customers on the proper use of highly complex measuring and laboratory instruments and proprietary hardware. The Product Specialist maintains the highest level of knowledge of Rheology products and underlying scientific and technical principles in order to develop instructional materials and to deliver training courses via seminars and webinars.
Additionally, The Product Specialist monitors market and product trends to report findings to upper management and also analyzes samples in a laboratory environment, assists in verification of product quality and develops new application reports.
Qualifications:
The preferred candidate will possess a B.S. degree in electrical, mechanical or chemical engineering, chemistry, physics, materials science or related field. Rheology applications experience is a plus.
 
Master’s degree or PhD of same fields preferred.
 
3 years of experience working with analytical instrumentation is required and the candidate must maintain a current and valid driver’s license and passport.
We offer you:
We offer a highly competitive salary, an outstanding benefits package and an opportunity for growth within the Anton Paar organization.
Entry: Immediately
To Apply:
Go to

P&G's PhD Recruiting Conference, FIRST, for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Scientists

Opportunity for students

FIRST stands for Focusing on Industrial Recruitment of Scientific Talent.  For the last 23 years, the conference has exposed, recruited, and employed top PhD talent from the African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Native American communities. The conference provides participants with a clear picture of the career opportunities, expectations, and challenges that exist in industrial research.  Participants will learn about techniques and skills required to successfully execute and manage research and product development, explore professional growth and individual development opportunities, and learn about the realities of cultural and workforce diversities.  As a result of this experience, we believe PhD Candidates and Postdoctoral Scientists will be able to make better and more informed decisions about their career choices.  Further, the conference is also a great opportunity for participants to interact, in both a technical and a social context, with peers from all over the country. 

 

The 23rd annual conference will be held September 15-18, 2013.  As this unique opportunity will be offered to a limited number of candidates, applicants must have a doctoral degree or expect to receive one by September of 2014.  The conference is primarily intended for African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Native American doctoral and postdoctoral scientists who want to learn more about industrial research careers, but other qualified candidates, including foreign nationals, will be considered.  Applications are due by June 30, 2013.

 

I have attached a brochure about the conference to this email.  More information can also be found at www.facebook.com/PGFIRST or by viewing the FIRST video at

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxPECt86v9s.


Summer Research at UC Berkeley

Research opportunity

The Center of Integrated Nanomechanical Systems (COINS) at UC Berkeley is accepting applications for our 2013 summer research program. Below are the highlights as well as an attached flyer. Would you please distribute to any students and student organizations you think may be interested?
 
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What:Summer Research at UC Berkeley

When:June 10 - August 9, 2013

Who:United States citizens or permanent residents interested in nanoscience (primarily from the following majors: EECS, Mechanical Engineering, Bioengineering, Materials Science Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics)

Why:Work with world renowned faculty members and a graduate student mentor on research areas such as energy scavenging, sensing, electronics & wireless, and mobility.  The program will provide a $4,000 stipend, room and board, travel arrangements (up to $600) and graduate school advising.

Application 
Deadline: February 1, 2013 (14 day grace period for supporting documents)


Contact:Meltem Erol, merol@berkeley.edu or 510-643-1743