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job posting: Principal Investigator - Auditory Research

Subject: job posting: Principal Investigator - Auditory Research
From: Dave Mellinger <>
Date: Fri, 14 May 2004 15:10:59 -0700
 GEO-CENTERS, INC., a high technology, growth-oriented research and
 development firm specializing in scientific and engineering services for
 the Department of Defense is seeking a full-time Principal Investigator -
 Auditory Research to support our location in Groton, CT.  This is an early
 to mid level career position with significant opportunity for career
 The PI position provides an opportunity to manage and build a strong
 research program in sound perception and the bio-effects of sound for the
 Navy Submarine community.  The successful candidate must be capable of
 designing and conducting research with human subjects, analyzing results
 and publishing findings in peer reviewed scientific journals.
 The ideal candidate will possess a Ph.D in auditory research, research
 psychology or related field, required.  Experience in conducting human
 research and auditory signal processing and bio-effects of sound.  Military
 experience is desired.  Candidate must be able to obtain a security clearance.
 GEO-CENTERS, INC. offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
 Qualified candidates should forward their resume/CV in word format and
 salary requirement with VISA status to [EMAIL PROTECTED], attn:
 PI-FA.   GEO-CENTERS, INC. is an equal opportunity, affirmative action
 employer. M/F/H/V.      
 Franchaun Armstead, Sr. Technical Recruiter
 Geo-Centers, Inc. 
 +1-301-429-1141, ext. 1401

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