20CTBTO IMS infrasound and Seismic Station Operations and Maintenance may include: - Performing scheduled and preventative maintenance on WATC seismic and acoustic stations. - Responsibility for meeting reporting requirements for WATC station operation. - Interacting directly with CTBTO IMS and IDC representatives. - Interacting directly with national labs and other UAF subcontractors on WATC engineering tasks. - Meeting reporting requirements to funding agency, including DTRA and CTBTO. - Updating the CTBTO and UAF inventory tracking systems. - Participating in field technician training with UAF and other peer university personnel.Essential
20Travel to field sites (Antarctica, Pacific Islands, Alaska, lower 48, etc.) to perform station maintenance and upgrades, including assisting with pre-deployment equipment preparation and post-deployment cleanup efforts. Possible deployments involve coordination with military personnel and remote locations for periods of up to six weeks.Essential
30Infrasound and seismic data quality monitoring may include: - Oversight of operations relating to data quality assurance of WATC seismic and acoustic stations. - Design and implementation of data quality monitoring products and tools for UARC seismic and acoustic stations, including automated alerts and web-based tools. - Collaboration with engineering staff to resolve data quality issues at UAF monitoring stations. - Reporting and documentation of data quality assurance efforts.Essential
30Infrasound and seismic research may include: - Leading and collaborating on research efforts targeted at optimizing the operational performance of CTBTO stations. - Proposal development for research projects tailored to stakeholders within the GDNP UARC umbrella. - Leading and collaborating on research projects that make use of infrasound and seismic data collected at UAF monitoring sites. - Leading science communication development and dissemination efforts for WATC, including website content generation, educational materials, etc. - Travel to conferences, workshops and meetings to present research results.Essential
Knowledge of seismic and infrasound research and field support.
Knowledge of seismic and infrasound data quality and associated metrics.
Ability to independently develop proposals and write technical reports and research papers.
Ability to design, install, and maintain operational seismic and infrasound stations and associated real-time data.
Ability to communicate program objectives and results effectively to managerial and technical personnel, as well as the general public.
Ability to manage staff working on externally and internally funded projects.
Required Education and Experience:
Master's degree (PhD preferred) and four years research experience at the postgraduate level in Geophysics or a closely related field, or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
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To ensure consideration, please apply prior to the review date.
To apply for this position, please provide a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references with your application. Please submit your application no later than 4/8/2020 at 11:55 PM Alaska Time. The review of this posting will start on 4/9/2020. This posting will be closed once it is filled.
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