Two job opportunities at the University of Georgia’s Savannah River Ecology Laboratory
The University of Georgia’s Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, is going to conduct a data-informed outreach and education program within local communities in Georgia to assist them in understanding the risks of radionuclides in the environment and the potential pathways of transfer to humans as well as how to interpret and put into perspective monitoring data that is generated within their local communities. To do this they will link some specific radionuclide monitoring data collected from within the local community, with the assistance of the local residents in selecting locations, to specific outreach materials that help them interpret those data. They also will be working with the GA chapter of Women’s Actions for New Directions (WAND) to facilitate connections with local residents.
They are hiring an Outreach Coordinator II to assist in the development of the educational materials and organizing events within local communities as well as a Postdoctral research asóciate to conduct the sampling and analyses for the monitoring program as well as the interpretation of data from existing monitoring programs in the region.