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LINGUIST List 17.537

Fri Feb 17 2006

Jobs: General Ling: Director,National Science Foundation

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        1.    Peg (Marguerite) Barratt, General Linguistics: Program Director, National Science Foundation, VA, USA

Message 1: General Linguistics: Program Director, National Science Foundation, VA, USA
Date: 17-Feb-2006
From: Peg (Marguerite) Barratt <mbarrattnsf.gov>
Subject: General Linguistics: Program Director, National Science Foundation, VA, USA

University or Organization: National Science Foundation
Department: Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences
Job Rank: Program Director
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics


NSF is looking for a Program Director with particular expertise in issues
related to the protection of human subjects and Institutional Review Board
oversight of human subjects research to serve within the Behavioral and
Cognitive Sciences Division.

The Program Director would administer the program in one of these

Archaeology, Cognitive Neuroscience; Cultural Anthropology; Developmental
& Learning Sciences; Geography & Regional Science; Linguistics;
Perception, Action & Cognition; Physical Anthropology, or Social
Psychology. The Program Director would also serve as a liaison for human
subjects issues within NSF and participate in activities within and across
programs in the division, directorate, foundation, and federal government.

This rotator position is posted as an IPA position (Intergovernmental
Personnel Act).

For IPA assignments, the individual remains an employee on the payroll of
his or her home institution and the institution continues to administer
pay and benefits. NSF reimburses the institution for NSF's negotiated share of
the costs. Individuals eligible for an IPA assignment include employees of
State and local government agencies, institutions of higher education,
Indian tribal governments, federally funded research and development
centers and qualified nonprofit organizations.

For further information, please contact Peg Barratt, mbarrattnsf.gov,
703 292-7305 or Tom Baerwald tbaerwalnsf.gov, 703 292 7301

Full posting: <http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2006/e20060050/e20060050ipa.txt>

Address for Applications:

Attn: E20060050-IPA
National Science Foundation
Division of Human Resource Management
4201 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22230

Application Deadline: 10-Mar-2006

Contact Information

Peg Barratt
Email: mbarrattnsf.gov
Phone: 703 292-7305
Website: http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2006/e20060050/e20060050ipa.txt

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