The SETI Institute is seeking a recently graduated Bachelor degree early career Data Analyst/Researcher in the planetary sciences. The position is specifically focused on the determination of the non-icy components of Saturn's rings through a combination of extensive data analysis of Cassini 8- and 15-color filter, VIMS-IR and UVIS occultation data, and radiative transfer modeling employing a suite of previously developed codes already developed for this purpose.
SETI Institute’s mission is to understand and explain the origin and nature of life in the universe, and to apply the knowledge gained to inspire and guide present and future generations. We have a passion for discovery, and for sharing knowledge as scientific ambassadors to the public, the press and the government. SETI Institute has an annual budget of $15 million.
The SETI Institute is seeking a creative and visionary leader to serve as its Director of Education and to continue and expand its broad-based program in formal and informal education. The role requires close collaboration with Institute scientists, outside organizations and with a range of funding agencies. The Director will have the responsibility of building on the foundation of the Institute’s existing programs and coordinating partnership development in order to have an even bigger impact in science education. A key element of this strategy will be making alliances with scientific a