Rod Combellick, deputy director & operations manager for the Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys (ADGGS), has decided to retire in July. Rod has clocked more than 30 years of stellar service and commitment and his departure will open a cavern in the state’s active geologic community. We will miss his expertise and leadership greatly.
On a more positive note, Rod’s retirement also provides an excellent opportunity for someone to advance their career, hone their leadership skills, and have a major impact in the geologic affairs of Alaska.
· If helping lead a team of 40+ geologists doing field based analyses in every corner of our great state is of interest to you, please read on.
· If providing operational and technical leadership of programs that address geologic problems as diverse as neotectonics, minerals resources; volcano hazards, petroleum systems, and coastal processes sounds like an interesting challenge, please visit our website and explore the many active programs we undertake. http://www.dggs.alaska.gov/
· If being a major player in the direction of Alaska’s geologic research effort sounds like an exciting opportunity, please consider applying here:
The application process will be open through May 19th