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  Management - Runs programs and projects funded by government agencies at the center or functional unit level. Management positions may be generalist leading an organization or specialist leading a dedicated function or group.

  Scientific - Includes researchers, observation specialists, operational support and project based positions.

  Engineering - Includes specialist positions across the range of engineering domains engaged in the design and development of astronomical facilities and systems.

  Administrative - Provides administrative support to the operation of the center, for example, human resources, financial, facilities, outreach or generic based positions.

  Technical - Positions supporting and developing the informational technology infrastructure.


current job ad listing
Job No. Title Location Organization Posted Date
Management    
         
         
Scientific    
18-0049 Science Operations Specialist Hilo, HI Gemini 4/10/2018

18-0014 Data Reduction Specialist Tucson, AZ NOAO 2/7/2018

17-0277 Post Doctoral Tucson, AZ NOAO 12/22/2017
         
         
Engineering    
SENIO02812 Senior Optics Lead Tucson, AZ LSST 5/11/2018

ELECT02811 Electronics Engineer La Serena, Chile LSST 5/10/2018

18-0047 IT&C Programmable Logic Control Engineer Maui, HI NSO DKIST 4/6/2018

17-0257 Systems Engineer Maui, HI NSO DKIST 11/15/2017

17-0195 Software Systems Engineer Tucson, AZ NOAO 9/25/2017
         
         
Administrative    
18-0046 Part-Time Driver Tucson, AZ NOAO 4/5/2018
         
         
Technical    
SRSOF02819 Sr Software Engineer Tucson, AZ LSST 5/18/2018

18-0053 Laser Operator La Serena, Chile Gemini 5/3/2018

18-0054 Instrument Maker Boulder, CO NSO DKIST 4/30/2018

18-0051 Systems Engineering Student Assistant Tucson, AZ LSST 4/11/2018

18-0040 Help Desk Analyst II La Serena, Chile LSST 3/28/2018

18-0026 Scientific Programmer/Software Engineer La Serena, Chile NOAO 2/27/2018

18-0017 Senior Systems Administrator Tucson, AZ NOAO 2/19/2018
         
 


ENCOURAGING DIVERSITY
AURA, as a leader in the astronomical community, develops and supports programs that advance our organizational commitment to diversity, broadens participation, and encourages the advancement of diversity throughout the astronomical scientific workforce.

AURA is committed to the people that support our mission to advance astronomy and related sciences. We are deeply invested in developing and improving our policies and practices to create a welcoming and productive work environment. AURA believes that a diverse workforce, particularly one that includes women and individuals from under-represented minority groups, contributes to excellence both in our organization and in the scientific community as a whole.

AURA is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. AURA seeks to create and maintain a diverse workforce which includes women, under-represented minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities in all position classifications. AURA’s recruiting and hiring practices are designed to attract a broadly diverse pool of candidates including underrepresented applicants. When a vacancy occurs, AURA will hire the most qualified person from among the fully qualified applicants meeting AURA goals and clearly defined program needs while endeavoring to develop and maintain a diverse work force where women, underrepresented minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities staff are proportionately represented.

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As an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer, AURA does not discriminate because of race, sex, color, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, lawful political affiliations, veteran status, disability, and/or any other legally protected status under applicable federal, state, and local equal opportunity laws.