The U.S. Ice Drilling Program is made up of a team of people located at Dartmouth College, the University of New Hampshire, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison). We are funded by the National Science Foundation. The team at the UW-Madison consists of engineers and support staff tasked with designing, building, and operating polar ice and rock coring equipment. The UW-Madison team is small, so we don’t have regular vacancies, but we are occasionally looking for engineers and/or part-time equipment operators. We also occasionally hire undergraduate Student Hourly employees and Research Interns (post-undergraduate graduation) to work in Madison, WI, with our engineering team.
Feel free to send us your resume, and we will add you to our list of interested participants. We can be reached at IceDrill@Dartmouth.edu.
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Position Vacancy Listings for one Field Support Manager and two Mechanical Engineer positions with the IDP UW-Madison team have recently closed and the applicants are being reviewed.