2008–Present, Associate Research Professor, Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Montana Tech of University of Montana
2005–2008, Director of Clark Fork Watershed Education Program, Science Education Outreach, Montana Tech of University of Montana
2004–2005, Visiting Lecturer, McGill and Concordia Universities, Montreal, Canada
1997–2007, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Geological Engineering, Montana Tech Assistant
1993–1996, Assistant Professor, Geology, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
1992, Visiting Academic, Swiss National University (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland
1986–1992, Consultant Geologist, Mineral Exploration, Canada & Australia
1988–1991, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
1987–1988, Research Associate & Lecturer, University of New Brunswick, Canada
Ph.D.—Geology, University of New Brunswick, Canada: Structural Geology and Tectonics
B.Sc.—Geology, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
P.G.—Wyoming Board of Professional Geologists
—Geological Society of America
—Tobacco Root Geological Society
—National Association of Geology Teachers
—National Science Teachers Association
—Structural geology and tectonics
—Deformation at the waning stages of contractional tectonism
—Deformation in unlithified and poorly lithified sediments
Lonn, J. and Elliott, C.G. 2011 Cretaceous synorogenic and Eocene post-orogenic extension in the Sevier hinterland, southwestern Montana, Geological Society of America, Rocky Mountain Section, Abstracts with Programs, Logan UT.
Lonn, J. and Elliott, C.G. 2010 A walking tour of the Eocene Anaconda detachment fault on Stucky Ridge near Anaconda, Montana. In Cox, B.E. & Gibson, R.I. (eds.) The Anaconda Area and other papers, 35th annual field conference, Northwest Geology v. 39, pp. 81-90.
Elliott, C.G. and Griffin, J. 2006. Combining K-12 Education and Research in the nation’s largest contiguous Superfund site – the upper Clark Fork watershed, Montana. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 38, No. 7, p. 30.
Berger, A. and Elliott, C.G. 2004. Synchronous extension and contraction in the Anaconda Metamorphic Complex. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 36, No. 4.
Elliott, C.G. 2003. Review: Lives of a Biologist. The Montana Professor, 13: 21-22.
White, J.C., Bleeker, W., Elliott, C.G., Lin, S. & van Staal, C.R. 2001. Special Issue on Evolution of Structure in Deforming Rocks. Journal of Structural Geology 23:834-844.