[unav_all] Physical Science Technician position at the USGS (Menlo Park or Pasadena)

Gee, Lind lgee at usgs.gov
Sun Apr 10 15:12:38 MDT 2016


The US Geological Survey (USGS), Earthquake Monitoring Project (EMP), has
an open position for a Physical Science Technician (PST) in the National
Strong Motion Project (NSMP). The National Strong Motion Project has the
responsibility for acquiring strong motion records of significant
earthquakes in the United States.  The NSMP installs and operates
instrumentation nationwide in ground sites and structures such as
buildings, dams, and bridges whose response to strong shaking is of
interest to the engineering community.

The selected employee will jump into a dynamic and exciting work
environment, involving the design, testing, calibration, installation, and
maintenance of a variety of strong-motion instrumentation systems at
critical structures and ground sites.

If you are interested, please visit usajobs.gov, where more detail about
the position is available.  The position is listed under two announcement
numbers and closes on April 18, 2016 (110th anniversary of the 1906
earthquake!):

 - SAC-2016-0207 for all US citizens, and

 - SAC-2016-0245 for current and recent federal employees.

The position is GS-1311-09/11 and will filled in either Menlo Park,
California or Pasadena, California.  US citizenship is required.

Please follow the instructions for applying and don't wait until the last
day!

Best wishes

Lind S. Gee
U.S. Geological Survey
345 Middlefield Road - MS 977
Menlo Park, CA 94025

lgee at usgs.gov
650-329-5656
650-329-4732 fax
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