Director, Applied Mathematics & Computational Research Division @ Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

Role: Director, Applied Mathematics & Computational Research Division

Company: Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

Location: Berkeley, Ca

Required Technical and Professional Expertise:

Education:

• Ph.D. or equivalent education/experience in applied math, computer science, or a related field, and at least 10 years of professional experience.

Research Expertise:

• An expert and leader in an area of applied math, computer science, computational science, or related field that is aligned with the AMCR Division research program.

• Strong record of research accomplishments, as evidenced by scholarly publications, patents, development and release of software products, and/or funded research grants.

Research Program Development & Management:

• Experience and demonstrated competence in the management of scientific projects and collaborative science.

• Strategic leadership ability applicable to running a diverse, team-oriented organization with a multidisciplinary group of scientists and engineers.

• Ability to interact effectively with funding agencies and initiate substantial new research efforts and collaborations.

Communications and Culture

• Effective interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to interact at the highest level of management, both internally and externally, in a constructive and collaborative manner and in a way that appropriately represents the Laboratory.

• Commitment to diversity, inclusion, equity, and accountability, including a commitment to mentoring and career development of personnel.

Research Operations

• Experience in effective oversight of operational functions, creativity in decision making and problem solving, and experience in human resource management.