[unav_all] Job Opening: Software Engineer/Central Washington University

Tim Melbourne tim at Geology.cwu.EDU
Tue Feb 8 13:59:21 MST 2005

The Central Washington University (CWU) Geodesy Laboratory provides
geodetic time series for the emergent Plate Boundary Observatory, which
will grow to include ~1100 continuous GPS stations over the next four

We seek a software engineer to re-implement current GPS analysis using
database-backed job execution on a 20-node Linux cluster, create a near
real-time tracking of processing with web-based analysis assessment, and
implement a variety of numerical filtering and parameter estimation
algorithms.  The successful candidate will work closely with staff
within the CWU Geodesy Lab, write automation software using
object-oriented scripting, database and system-level languages (eg Perl,
SQL, C++), and serve as a resource to staff, faculty and students in a
Master's research program.

An M.S. in Geophysics, Computer Science or related technical fields or a
B.S. plus five years of relevant experience required.  A complete task
description for this position can be found at:


Annual salary $49,000 - $57,000 depending on experience.  Send resume,
application letter and names with e-mail of three references to:

Vicki Potts
Department of Geological Sciences
Central Washington University
Ellensburg, WA 98926-7419
Fax: 509/963-1109

Contact:  Tim Melbourne <tim at geology.cwu.edu>

Application consideration begins March 1, 2005, and will continue
until the position is filled.   AA/EOE/Title IX Institution.

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