The Army Research Laboratory (ARL) is searching for a hands-on technical manager for its new Environment for Auditory Research (EAR) facility. The successful candidate will be involved in the planning, acquisition, development, and operation of the acoustic and audio systems of the Laboratory. The manager is expected to be involved in the research studies conducted in the laboratory (e.g., spatial sound perception) and participate in relevant publications. The position requires knowledge of both analog and digital audio systems, good understanding of acoustics, and familiarity with audio measurement procedures and systems. A master’s degree in engineering, physics, or computer science is expected. A master’s degree in acoustics and knowledge of C/C++ or Matlab are highly desirable. This is a full-time U.S. Government civilian position. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.
The official job announcement is available at:
Unfortunately, based on the vague job description posted at usajobs.opm.gov you would not suspect the announcement is for our facility. Therefore a more specific description of this position and the EAR facility is attached.
This announcement closes on November 14th, 2007. If you know anybody who meets the qualifications and is interested in working at this world-class auditory research facility please point them to the announcement.
Additional questions and inquires please direct to:
Tomasz Letowski, Ph.D., D.Sc.
Senior Research Scientist
U.S. Army Research Laboratory
AMSRD-ARL-HR / B-520
APG, MD 21005-5425
(410) 278-5968 voice
(410) 278-5864 voice
(410) 278-3587 fax