[unav_all] InSAR position in New Zealand

Jaime Magliocca magliocca at unavco.org
Wed Nov 16 16:05:43 MST 2011


> Dear Community,
> 
> GNS Science is seeking a remote sensing scientist to undertake research in detecting and interpreting ground surface deformation and surface change due to tectonic, volcanic, landslide and other processes using interferometric radar and other techniques, and to develop remote sensing for rapid assessment of surface change immediately following natural disasters, in order to aid damage assessment and relief efforts. 
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> The successful applicant will have a PhD in earth sciences or similar, and will have demonstrated a high level of expertise in the application of interferometric radar techniques to ground deformation research. 
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> GNS Science is a New Zealand government-owned research organisation offering the best in independent scientific and technical advice. With over 140 years of excellence in understanding earth sciences, we are the leading supplier of earth and isotope scientific research and consultancy services in New Zealand — a very active geological environment. We have an international reputation for delivering quality advice and innovative research. 
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> Further information and an application form can be obtained from our website www.gns.cri.nz/Home/Careers 
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> Applications close: Friday, 3 February 2012 
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> Dr John Beavan, GNS Science - Te Pu Ao, 
> 1 Fairway Drive, PO Box 30368, Lower Hutt, New Zealand
> Tel: +64 4 570 4641  Fax: +64 4 570 1440  Mob: 027 221 8861
> Email: j.beavan at gns.cri.nz    Web: www.gns.cri.nz
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