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Job Opening: Events Specialist 3

Job Summary

In consultation with the Air Quality Research Center (AQRC) Director and Operations & Events Manager, manage AQRC outreach activities, including conferences and other events which enhance the stature and visibility of the Center. Responsible for all facets of program planning, including content design, speaker selection, management, facilitation, sponsor development, budget management, public relations and promotion. Direct conference program planning committees and the support efforts of event vendors and staff.

Job Opening: LAB AST 2 (Laboratory Technician)

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Job Opening: LAB AST 1 (Laboratory Technician)

The LAB AST 1 (Laboratory Technician) position has now been posted for recruitment with closing date of 3/30/23.


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NIEHS Post-doctoral Fellow Openings

Drs. Chao-Yin Chen (Department of Pharmacology, School of Medicine) and Anthony Wexler (Air Quality Research Center) at UC Davis and Dr. Jane Clougherty at Drexel University are seeking two post-doctoral fellows to work on a newly funded project to investigate the synergistic effects of social stress and traffic-related air pollution on cardiovascular health in a rat model.

Job Opening: Laboratory Technician 1

Job Summary

Under supervision of the Laboratory Group Manager, perform routine operations in the laboratory including all aspects of receiving, inventorying, archiving and preparing aerosol filters for analysis. Prepare filters for shipment to sampling sites and receive sampled filters into the laboratory. Continuously load and unload samples for various analyzers, conduct measurements, process data to verify measurements, and maintain instrument logbooks and records. Communicate with student assistants and other staff working in the Air Quality Research Center.

Job Opening: Laboratory Technician 3

Job Summary

Under general supervision of the Laboratory Group Manager, maintain routine operations in the Air Quality Research Center Laboratory in assigned analysis area. Maintain analysis schedules and assign instrument resources for air monitoring sample analysis. Review quality control analysis results and report. Communicate with team members, the spectroscopist, and the lab manager about quality issues and instrument issues. Prepare and review analysis reports, quality control reports, training reports, and data validation reports.

Postdoctoral scholar position

Postdoctoral scholar position:  Hygroscopicity and CCN potential of organic functional groups in ambient aerosol, University of California, Davis

The Air Quality Research Center (AQRC) at the University of California, Davis is seeking a postdoctoral scholar to perform laboratory research to investigate the hygroscopicity and CCN potential of organic functional groups in aerosol. The post-doctoral fellow will be mentored by Drs. Ann M. Dillner and Anthony Wexler.

Air Pollution Specialist Opening at CARB

The Program Assessment Section has an opening for a motivated Air Pollution Specialist (APS) to join a friendly and dynamic team of scientists and engineers working to design and implement programs to help achieve California’s ambitious air quality, climate, and environmental justice goals. The Program Assessment Section develops air pollution mitigation strategies for the oil and gas and related sectors.

Job Opening: Postdoctoral Researcher

Postdoctoral Researcher, New Instrument for Detecting Wine Grape Taint Location: University of California, Davis

Wildfires have devastated large swaths of the western states resulting in a range of catastrophic consequences. The wine grape growers and vintners in Washington, Oregon and California have lost hundreds of millions of dollars due to grapes that become unsuitable for wine due to damage from wildfire smoke.