Field Notes: The Polar Field Services Newsletter

PFS Full-time Position Opening

Lead Greenland Science Project Manager
The Lead Greenland Science Project Manager is responsible for the planning, documentation and coordination of Greenland-based research projects and works directly with researchers, service-providers and government agencies.  This position supervises a team of Project Managers and is first line of support to the Greenland Science Project Managers, providing direction and guidance with project planning, air contracts, procurement, and troubleshooting.  This is a FT 40 hour position based at the PFS headquarters in Littleton, CO.  Local candidates are preferred, no relocation assistance will be provided.

Requirements:
We are looking for an experienced professional to join our team.  Prior supervisory responsibility with 5-7 years of related work experience is required.  Knowledge of traditional project management methods and project controls, as well as PMP certification are preferred. BA/BS in a related field is required.

The ideal candidate will have experience with:

  • Projects involving helicopter or small fixed wing aircraft
  • Prior science project management experience
  • Some field work and polar experience
  • Experience working directly with client
  • Workload delegation/assignment of projects

For more information, and to apply online, please visit: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=8130241

Candidates are encouraged to paste a cover letter into the text resume field on the application, and upload their resume as an attachment.

Thank you for your interest in joining the Polar Field Services team!

Clément Miège exhibits some very wet ice core harvested from the Greenland Ice Sheet in early spring, 2013. Miège is part of the team led by Rick Forster (University of Utah) investigating a perennial aquifer in the Greenland Ice Sheet - a team PFS supports. Photo: Jay Kyne (IDDO)

Clément Miège exhibits some very wet ice core harvested from the Greenland Ice Sheet in spring, 2013. Miège is part of the team led by Rick Forster (University of Utah) investigating a perennial aquifer in the Greenland Ice Sheet – a team PFS supports. Photo: Jay Kyne (IDDO)

Polar Field Services, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer for males, females, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans.

 

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