Jobs at CALCE

Communication Specialist

CALCE is currently looking for a Communication Specialist to promote its research and increase its visibility. The individual is expected to interact with CALCE research staff, develop brief articles highlighting CALCE research activities and accomplishments. Also, the candidate should possess skills needed to create promotional materials highlighting CALCE capabilities and impact in a manner that will provide measurable increase in funded research and sponsorships. Expected responsibilities include:

  • Creating electronic newsletters
  • Developing print media
  • Improving and supporting the CALCE website
  • Assisting with CALCE event planning and advertising
  • Writing and issuing press releases
  • Arranging and managing press interactions and alumni relations
  • Creating and nurturing a CALCE identity on social media 
  • Managing other activities to measurably improve CALCE communications and the CALCE brand

Desired Candidate must have:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college
  • Good understanding of marketing and advertising
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Experience with web design and graphic design

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Or contact Dr. Michael Osterman





CALCE hosts trainees and interns from all relevant backgrounds and from various academic levels.

  1. Visiting Graduate Students from other universities (domestic and international).
  2. Undergraduate Students (domestic and international).
  3. High School Students.

For further information, please contact :

Dr. Diganta Das 
Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering (CALCE) 
1101, Engineering Laboratory Building 
University of Maryland 
College Park, MD 20742 
301-405-7770 | 

Job Openings For Industry

As a service to CALCE Consortium Members, CALCE will post job openings upon request. All contact related to the position, should be directed to the contacts listed within the posted job openings announcements. To requests for posting job openings should be directed to Dr. Michael Osterman