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University Corp. For Atmospheric Research (UCAR) Mechanical Engineer I in Boulder, Colorado

Job Title: Mechanical Engineer IType: Full-time, ExemptApplication Deadline: This position will be posted until Thursday March11th, 2021. Thereafter, applications will be reviewed on an as-needed basis.Relocation: Partial relocation assistance available for this position.Work Authorization: UCAR/NCAR will not sponsor a work visa (e.g.,J-1, H1-B, etc.) for this position. U.S. Citizenship, PermanentResidency, or other protected status under 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3) isrequired forLocation: Boulder, Colorado. This position will be required to work bothon-site and remotely due to COVID 19 restrictions.Hiring Salary Range: $54,614 - $68,267Full Salary Range: $54,614- $88,747Benefits: UCAR affirms its continuing commitment to developing,providing, and administering its employee benefit programs with dueconsideration for equal employment opportunity and diversity guidelines.UCAR's rich package of employee benefits includes medical, dental,vision, education assistance, retirement, and life insurance. UCARoffers a variety of programs designed to assist with work-life balanceincluding flexible work alternatives, paid time off and 14 weeks of paidparentWhere You Will Work:Located in Boulder, Colorado, the National Center for Atmospheric Research(NCAR) is one of the world's premier scientific institutions, with aninternationally recognized staff and research program dedicated to advancingknowledge, providing community-based resources, and building humancapacity in the atmospheric and related sciences. NCAR is sponsored by theNational Science Foundation (NSF) and managed by the UniversityCorporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR).Formed in 2005, the the is one of the seven laboratories of , theNational Science Foundation's Federally Funded Research and DevelopmentCenter. EOL's mission is to provide leadership in observing facilities,eld project support as well as research and data services needed to advancethe scientic understanding of the Earth system. EOL manages the majority ofNSF's Lower Atmosphere Observing Facilities (LAOF) and deploys them insupport of observational eld campaigns, ranging from single investigatorprojects to large complex campaigns that involve multiple investigators,agencies, and platforms, nationally and internationally. EOL deploys itssystems for research by scientists from universities, NCAR, and governmentagencies, as well as for education. An integral part of EOL's mission isto develop the next generation of LAOF and to provide management and archivingof data from past supported campaigns. In order to ensure progress in theatmospheric sciences, EOL supports a wide-range of research areas within theEarth system science, ranging from microscale to mesoscale to climateprocess studies, and employs LAOFplatforms and systems that reach from thesurface to the Earth to the lower stratosphere and beyond.Scientific programs from all over the world rely on NCAR/EOL's to createinnovative engineering solutions and highest quality machining and repairservices of new and existing highly-specialized instrumentation used on everyimaginable platform. DFS provides an unmatched set of skills and capabilitiesuniquely tailored to meet the development needs and requirements of theatmospheric research community. Through closely interacting with scientistsand other engineers across our community, DFS utilizes the latest in solidmodeling and computer aided design software to achieve innovative solutions tocomplex and challenging instrumentation requirements. Examples of products DFShas created are aircraft instrumentation, heavy parts for radar pedestals,labor arty equipment, light-weight precise optical mountings for aircraft orsatellite instruments and ocean-going systems.For more information on EOL, please see the page.What You Will Do:As a member of the Earth Observing Laboratory (EOL) Design and FabricationServices (DFS) facility, provides mechanical engineering and designsupport to the National Center for Atmospheric Research (N