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Sr. Contracts and Grants Analyst

The Center for Environmental Research & Technology (CE-CERT) is seeking a Senior Analyst to assist principal investigators (PIs) with pre and post-award administration of contracts and grants. Under general direction from the Financial Operations Manager, the incumbent will provide leadership and high-level technical support for the proposal submission process and post-award fund administration. This support will include developing a broad foundation of sponsor and university policies. The incumbent will work with a variety of federal and some non-federal sponsors including the NSF, California Energy Commission (CEC), and Department of Energy (DOE), and will be responsible for proposals and awards of diverse scope. This includes analysis of data thorough understanding of complex regulations and providing guidance to principal investigators in the management of their funds. Proposals and awards may involve multi-collaborative and multi-institutional stakeholders as well as communicating effectively among various departments on campus to ensure timely submission of reports and grant proposals.

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Contracts and Grants Analyst 

The Center for Environmental Research & Technology (CE-CERT) is seeking a Contracts and Grants Analyst to assist principal investigators (PIs) with pre and post-award administration of contracts and grants. Under general direction from the Financial Operations Manager, the incumbent will provide administrative and technical support for the proposal submission process and post-award fund administration. This support will include developing a broad foundation of sponsor and university policies. The incumbent will work with a variety of federal and some non-federal sponsors including the NSF, California Energy Commission (CEC), and Department of Energy (DOE), and will be responsible for proposals and awards of diverse scope. This includes analysis of data thorough understanding of complex regulations and providing guidance to principal investigators in the management of their funds. Proposals and awards may involve multi-collaborative and multi-institutional stakeholders as well as communicating effectively among various departments on campus to ensure timely submission of reports and grant proposals.

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Postdoctoral Scholar in Sustainable Freight Transportation Technologies 

The College of Engineering – Center for Environmental Research and Technology (CE-CERT) at the University of California, Riverside, is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral scholar to join our Transportation Systems Research (TSR) group in conducting research related to sustainable freight transportation technologies. Candidates with knowledge and research experience in freight travel demand modeling, vehicle scheduling and routing, vehicle energy and emissions modeling, geospatial data analysis, advanced optimization, machine learning, and high performance computing, are encouraged to apply.

The TSR group consists of a multidisciplinary team of more than 20 faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff engineers. We conduct research in the areas of advanced vehicles and intelligent transportation systems with a focus on developing and evaluating technologies that improve the travel and energy efficiencies as well as reduce the environmental impact of transportation activities. Several recent and current research projects involve the development of novel sustainable freight transportation technologies, all the way from conceptualization to design, simulation, prototyping, and real-world demonstration.

Specific activities of the successful candidate may include:
•    Develop new vehicle scheduling and routing techniques and evaluate their effectiveness
•    Model energy, emissions, and air quality impacts of freight movement
•    Conduct field testing of new vehicle scheduling and routing techniques
•    Perform mining, analysis, visualization, and interpretation of vehicle activity big data
•    Assist in producing high-quality publications, reports, and research proposals
•    Support additional related research projects as needed

Please click here to view the view description and qualifications.

Those interested should send their curriculum vitae and a cover letter to certjobs@cert.ucr.edu with the subject “TSR Postdoc Position”. In the cover letter, please provide a statement of research interests and experience.

 


 

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For CE-CERT Students

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