Office of Critical and Emerging Technologies Fellow

Job Description

DOE Science, Technology and Policy Program Opportunity – Office of Critical and Emerging Technologies Fellow

About the Office of Critical and Emerging Technologies

The Office of Critical and Emerging Technologies (CET) facilitates exchange among Departmental entities responsible for the development of critical and emerging technologies to advance Department of Energy (DOE) mission priorities. Emerging Technologies may include but are not limited to artificial intelligence and machine learning, quantum information and sensing technologies, high-performance computing, communications technologies, semiconductors and microelectronics, biotechnology, biomanufacturing, synthetic biology, genomics, pandemic surveillance and detection, advanced materials and manufacturing, and robotics and automation.

What will I be doing?

With guidance from a mentor from CET, the selected fellow will: • Learn about the coordination of DOE equities across multiple and diverse program portfolios, including alignment with National Labs and partners from industry and other sectors. • Collaborate to develop new ideas and guidance that will inform multi-office research planning on crosscutting topics and key Departmental initiatives involving CET • Learn about visibility and awareness of DOE capabilities in interagency and other key forums. • Experience high-profile rollout on events that include the participation of the Secretary, Deputy Secretary, or Under Secretary for Science and Innovation. • Learn about the structuring and development of cross-office budget requests and narratives. • Participate in the creation of forums to collect input from the stakeholder community and from across DOE. • Lean to develop and implement communications and outreach plans and materials. • Learn about drafting and reviewing memos, testimonies, reports, and policy and strategy documents. • Learn about alignment of existing and new DOE initiatives involving CET and Administration priorities, including advancing the participation of and benefits for underrepresented groups.

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The details: You must be a U.S. Citizen with a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctoral Degree.

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Questions? Email [email protected]. Please list the reference code [DOE-STP-CET-2024-2402] for this opportunity in the subject line of your email.