Come Work at Berkeley Lab’s Earth and Environmental Sciences Area!
Berkeley Lab’s Earth and Environmental Sciences Area (EESA) is at the crossroads of facing today’s challenges in creating a secure earth environment by pushing beyond the fundamental and applied sciences and developing technology and tools applicable for future research. Thriving in this environment demands new ideas, fresh thinking and individuals who want to make a difference any way they can. When you choose a career at Berkeley Lab you join a community.
Berkeley Lab was founded on the idea that pioneering science is best performed by multidisciplinary teams working together, and the concept of teamwork remains a vital component of daily life at the Lab. Scientists within EESA and its two Divisions (Climate and Ecosystem Sciences and Energy Geosciences) perform environmental and energy research through considering process interactions occurring within and across many Earth system compartments, and they are developing 21st century approaches and scientific understanding relevant to both energy and the environment.
As a collaborative organization EESA relies on individual contributions, strong partnerships, and teamwork to build scientific and operational excellence.
Explore more of what the Earth and Environmental Sciences Area has to offer:
- Current Job Opportunities
- About EESA
- Current research
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- 10 Great Reasons to work at Berkeley Lab’s Earth and Environmental Sciences Area
- Careers in Geosciences – What types of jobs exist in the world of geosciences?
- Internship programs at Berkeley Lab can be found through the Workforce Development & Education Office
10 Great Reasons to work at Berkeley Lab’s Earth and Environmental Sciences Area
- An inspirational place – home to 13 Nobel Laureates and sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay.
- Modeling and predicting the earth’s processes (climate change, fluid flow through rocks) as far out as 10,000 years into the future with advanced computing and networking resources.
- Imaging, monitoring, and sampling the earth’s systems and materials from the subsurface to the atmosphere. Getting out into the field and understanding what the earth is really made of.
- Analyzing elements from the nano-scale to in situ laboratory settings. Creating analytical experiments starting at the bench to a real system analogue to perform research.
- Benefits, benefits, benefits – for you and your entire family.
- Competitive salaries – leading to rewarding careers.
- Over five weeks of paid time off – and the opportunity to actually use it.
- Great minds and down to earth people – co-workers every bit as smart as you are and a family proud to be part of.
- Yeah, we’re an exciting startup – since 1931!
- Our bottom line – Reaching new frontiers in energy and environmental research and technologies to support a brighter future for the earth and its thriving communities.