[unav_all] Employment Opportunity at IRIS PASSCAL: Software Engineer

Patricia Griego patricia at passcal.nmt.edu
Tue Oct 2 10:19:17 MDT 2007


The IRIS PASSCAL Instrument Center at New Mexico Tech solicits  
applications for a professional Software Engineer for seismology  
support operations.  The PASSCAL Instrument Center supports both  
controlled and passive source seismology worldwide with end-to-end  
experiment support services, state-of-the-art portable seismic  
instrumentation, and advanced field and database management tools.  
The Software Engineer’s core responsibility is to support  
seismological experiments particularly in the realm of computer  
hardware, user software support and programming.
Responsibilities Include:

Research & Program Development

Maintenance of C & Python code

In-house and field user support

Field Support of seismological experiments

Training

Minimum Requirements:

B.S. or higher degree in science or engineering, or 3 or more years  
of directly related experience relevant to the support of in-house  
and field seismology operations.

Knowledge of C programming language

Demonstrated programming ability

Familiarity with Unix systems

Desired Qualifications:

Working knowledge of Python, object oriented programming, widget  
toolkits, GTK+, and Tkinter.

Seismological or geophysical field experience.

Applicants should submit a resume, official college transcripts, a  
letter of professional interests, and the names and addresses, email  
addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: IRIS PASSCAL  
Staff Scientist/Software Engineer Search, c/o Human Resources, Box  
114, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New  
Mexico 87801. New Mexico Tech is an equal opportunity/affirmative  
action employer.

	The position will be open until filled with interviews beginning  
November 2007.
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