The Geysers Geoscience Intern Opportunity
Calpine has announced a supervised position that will allow a geosciences student interested in a career in the geothermal industry to apply and enhance their knowledge of geothermal resource operation and development. The selected candidate will benefit from exposure to the operations of a well-established geothermal energy provider, familiarization with 3D model building and visualization software, and the relationship of subsurface geologic structure to surface mapping.
This position will require the individual to work a normal day shift. Limited overtime work (nights and weekends) may be required. This job will be based at The Geysers power plant near Middletown, California.
Applicant must be enrolled as a student during time of internship.
Interdisciplinary (Geologist/Petroleum Engineer) - Bureau of Land Management
This position is located in the Energy Minerals and Realty Management Directorate, National Renewable Energy Coordination Office (WO-301) in Washington, DC. Information about the area can be found at http://dc.gov/DC/.
This is a virtual position. Although the incumbent will report to the National Renewable Energy Coordination Office under the AD, Energy, Minerals, and Realty Management of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Washington, DC, Office, the selectee will remain in their current duty location. The pay reflected in the salary range is that of the "Rest of US" GS pay scale; actual salary will range will vary dependent upon the duty location of selectee. Apply by Tuesday, October 21, 2014.
Tenure-line Position in Energy Resources Engineering at Stanford University
The Department of Energy Resources Engineering at Stanford University invites applications for a tenure-line faculty appointment. The position is at the assistant professor level. It is desired that the selected candidate be able to start no later than Autumn 2015.
The Department of Energy Resources Engineering focuses on a wide range of activities related to the recovery of the Earth’s energy resources (e.g., hydrocarbons, geothermal, and other renewables). The Department also has active research programs on carbon sequestration and clean energy conversions. ERE offers degrees in both energy resources engineering (B.S., M.S., Ph.D.) and petroleum engineering (M.S., Ph.D.).