[unav_all] Geodesist (GNSS orbit determination) position: National Geodetic Survey, Silver Spring, MD
Kevin Choi - NOAA Federal
kevin.choi at noaa.gov
Thu Aug 24 06:09:12 MDT 2017
The Continuously Operating Reference Stations Branch, Spatial Reference
System Division of the National Geodetic Survey/NOS/NOAA is looking to hire
a mid-career geodesist to work in our office in Silver Spring, Maryland.
The applicant must be a U.S. citizen or national. The duties will include:
- Perform all phases of the NGS orbit determination system for the
generation of daily Rapid Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) orbits
and weekly Final GNSS orbits in direct support of the National Spatial
Reference System (NSRS) development of Global Reference Frame models, and a
software suite for transforming between Reference Frames (Horizontal Time
- Provide and perform metadata analysis for the NGS orbital products,
mitigating or avoiding problems before they occur.
- Software maintenance, development, testing, debugging, and refining
NGS software to improve NGS GNSS Orbit Products and Services.
- Provide technical expertise and advice within the agency and to other
Federal agencies in the area of GNSS and satellite positioning techniques.
The announcement opened on Wednesday, August 23, 2017 and *will close on
Wednesday, September 6, 2017*. Apply soon via the link below. First time
applicants can create a new USAJOBS account using the link at the top of
the announcement web page.
The vacancy number is NOS-NGS-2017-0016 for current federal employees:
The vacancy number is NOS-NGS-2017-0026 Citizens:
Reminder: If you wish to apply for this position, please ensure that your
resume includes the experience required in the specialized experience and
duties portion of the announcement In addition, you must provide all
transcripts to support the education requirement.
Kevin K. Choi, Ph.D.
Chief, Continuously Operating Reference System Branch
National Geodetic Survey, N/NGS2
1315 East-West Hwy.Silver Spring, MD 20910
Email: kevin.choi at noaa.gov
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