Member of Technical Staff - Energy Systems Modeling

Job Role Summary ExxonMobil Research and Engineering has an immediate opening for a Member of Technical Staff in its Corporate Strategic Research laboratory located in Annandale, NJ. We are seeking a candidate to join a research team investigating the behavior and future evolution of energy and electrical power systems. Job Requirements The successful candidate must have a strong background and demonstrated scientific excellence in energy systems modeling, including modeling of the electric power sector. Experience developing and using large-scale energy and/or power generation system models, familiarity with relevant optimization methods, and mathematical simulation software is necessary. A PhD in operations research, engineering, physics or a related discipline is required. Preferred Knowledge/Skills/Abilities Postdoctoral experience in an academic, industry, or government setting is highly desired. The successful candidate should be willing to explore new areas and have excellent analytical skills, strong leadership skills, outstanding communication skills and a robust professional network to develop and steward broad-based research programs.   ExxonMobil's Corporate Strategic Research (CSR) laboratory is a dynamic and exciting place to work.  CSR is located in scenic western New Jersey, about an hour west of New York City and 45 minutes northwest of Princeton.  Within CSR, active research programs exist in all areas of the company's business and include the traditional fields of chemical engineering, materials science, chemistry, physics, geoscience, and mechanical engineering. Interdisciplinary research is the norm, and close ties are maintained with academic and national laboratory communities through collaborations and publication or presentation of results.   
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