[unav_all] GPS Position available
meghan at unavco.org
Tue Jun 2 09:25:28 MDT 2009
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> Date: 6/1/09 12:34 PM
> Received: 6/1/09 12:55 PM -0600
> From: suszek at gmail.com (Naia Suszek)
> To: afs at cires.colorado.edu (Anne Sheehan)
> Position Available:
> Applied Geomechanics is a world leader in the application of
> differential GPS for precise monitoring of ground and structural
> deformation. Our proprietary 3D Tracker software is used to track the
> movement of landslides, dams, slopes, bridges, buildings and volcanoes
> to absolute position accuracy of 1 mm. Our clients include power
> companies, mining companies and government agencies in the U.S. and
> many foreign countries.
> We have an immediate opening for the position of GPS Product Manager.
> The successful applicant will:
> • Serve as our in-house GPS expert specializing in 3D Tracker
> development, system deployment and project management,
> • Understand and apply data telemetry and networked systems
> in the performance of 3D Tracker monitoring projects,
> • Provide ongoing technical support to existing clients,
> • Work with our professional sales team to develop new 3D Tracker
> service and software sales,
> • Plan and direct 3D Tracker technical development work, including
> software improvements, 2) optimization of the design of GPS monitoring
> stations, 3) planning and performance of tests to quantify 3D Tracker
> system performance under a variety of field conditions.
> We are looking for a self-driven, fast-learning manager with GPS
> training and experience. Candidates should be capable of working on
> several tasks in parallel. They should have experience deploying and
> maintaining monitoring instrumentation at remote sites. Position
> requires an M.S. degree in geophysics or the engineering sciences, and
> 3 or more years of experience working with GPS technology.
> The location is negotiable.
> If interested contact suszek at gmail.com (Naia Suszek) for more
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