AIPL: Careers
You are here: Beltsville Area Home / Beltsville Agricultural Research Center / Animal Genomics and Improvement Laboratory / Animal Improvement Program
This website will not be updated during a lapse in federal funding. Content on this website will not be current or maintained until funding issues have been resolved.



Careers at the Animal Improvement Programs Laboratory

Skills needed || Current openings

Skills needed for employment

The Animal Improvement Programs Laboratory (AIPL) employs research geneticists and support staff that includes animal scientists, information technology specialists, and office staff. The research applies high level statistical and genetic theory to extremely large databases that contain records for millions of dairy animals. Computer programming, math, science, and English skills are required for almost all positions at AIPL. Specific knowledge of SAS, C, Fortran, or DB2 and advanced courses in statistics are all useful. Data analysis requires an understanding of the data collected and of genetic principles. Thus, experience with dairy cattle breeding and college training in animal sciences are both useful. Graduate degrees and training in animal breeding, genetics, and statistics are necessary for research geneticist positions.

Current job openings


Career opportunities

The links below are to current ARS job openings listed at the official job site of the U.S. Federal Government, USAJOBS.

ARS openings in Beltsville, MD
ARS openings in Maryland
ARS openings nationwide

NOTE: The links above are to "Only Jobs Open to ALL U.S. Citizens." If you are a current or former Federal employee, be sure to select "ALL Jobs" to refine your search at the USAJOBS site.

Last Modified: 01/12/2017