[unav_all] Electronics Technician position with the USGS Menlo Park

Gee, Lind lgee at usgs.gov
Thu Jul 14 09:03:54 MDT 2016


The US Geological Survey (USGS), Earthquake Monitoring Project (EMP), has
an open position for Radio Frequency ElectronicsTechnicians.  The position
is located in Menlo Park, California.


The USGS Earthquake Monitoring Project works in collaboration with the UC
Berkeley Seismological Laboratory for recording and monitoring seismic
activity in Northern California.  The NCSN consists of approximately 600
stations, dedicated telemetry systems, and numerous real-time, analysis and
notification computer systems.  The EMP also oversees the National Strong
Motion Project, which installs and operates instrumentation in structures
such as buildings, dams, and bridges whose response to strong shaking is of
interest to the engineering community.


The Radio Frequency Electronic Technician’s position primary duties will be
support, development and deployment of communications systems for all
components within the EMP including satellite telecommunications, microwave
telemetry systems, VHF, UHF and spread spectrum radio systems, and other
systems such as cellular communications.  The incumbent is also responsible
for the management and maintenance of power systems and environmental
infrastructure for telemetry and seismological equipment.


The selected employees will jump into an exciting work environment where
they will contribute to Earthquake Early Warning activities and the upgrade
and installation of new instrumentation, the expansion and upgrade of
volcano monitoring efforts, and an overhaul of the telemetry backbone of
the network.


If you are interested, please apply online at USAjobs.gov, where more
information about the position is available.  The position is under two
announcement numbers and closes at midnight July 29, 2016:

             SAC-2016-0343 for all US citizens

             SAC-2016-0344 for current and recent federal employees

The positions are GS-0856-09/10/11.  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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