Computational Physics, Inc. (CPI), an employee-owned company dedicated to scientific research and technology development in atmospheric and space physics since 1984, seeks motivated and talented individuals with a strong background in the physical sciences and abilities in modern computational methods for scientific applications. Research and development areas include atmospheric radiation transport, remote sensing, atmospheric modeling, data assimilation, synthetic aperture radar (SAR), as well as the information technology (IT) services required to support such activities.
Candidates are currently being sought for the following positions.
CPI is anticipating staffing a small number of full-time positions to provide scientific and technical support to a U.S. Government agency located in the Maryland/D.C. area. The agency performs space-related research and also provides routine operational data both to the U.S. Government and to the public. The work would be done on-site at the government facility.
These positions are contingent upon separate funding decisions. Funding decisions are expected in early September. If funding is obtained, the work is expected to begin in late September.
If you are interested in one of these potential positions and meet the qualifications below, please send us your resume (email@example.com). In the subject line, please write the name of the position or positions that you are interested in. A cover letter is not required; however, if you wish to amplify on any special points in your resume, or otherwise convey additional information, please feel free to include one. If you have questions, please send your query to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resumes will be treated as company confidential. If you have recently sent us your resume, then it is already in consideration.
Space Engineer or Mission Scientist
Physical science, mathematics and computing support
Additional desirable (but not required) qualifications
CPI is an Equal Opportunity Employer
This posting was updated on August 24, 2016
CPI welcomes grant-funded researchers and educators seeking to join an organization that offers opportunities to expand their horizons into the federal government contracting or commercial market. Intrigued?
Ideal candidates for these positions are comfortable working independently and in small groups to develop ideas that meet customer needs, assist in solicitation of funding, and carry through phases of development from concept to prototype. Successful candidates have demonstrated excellent written, oral and interpersonal communications skills.
Why work for us?
CPI understands that it takes more than competitive salaries to attract and retain the best employees – they deserve solid, sustainable benefits, too. In addition to offering competitive salaries that are commensurate with education and experience, CPI offers a comprehensive benefits package with options our employees can tailor to fit the way they live. This includes a 100% company paid Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). Our ESOP creates a unique opportunity since CPI is not a large business. Our employees have found that their efforts can have a direct impact on the value of their shares and this often leads to increased job satisfaction, organizational commitment, motivation, and a strong sense of team work. Complete and current descriptions of these benefits may be found in the appropriate plan documents you'll receive when you're offered a job.
Employment at CPI in the metropolitan Washington, DC or Boulder, CO areas also offer the opportunity to live in a diversity of communities that accommodate any age and lifestyle, as well as areas with good public schools. More information on the surrounding communities is available here.
CPI provides employees what they need to enjoy their work – and their life outside of work – with peace of mind. We invite you to learn more about us and submit your resume for consideration in confidence to email@example.com.
CPI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.