[unav_all] Senior Positioning Advisor, Land Information New Zealand

Matt Amos mamos at linz.govt.nz
Thu May 24 18:57:32 MDT 2018

Dear Colleagues,

Apply your in-depth technical knowledge of GNSS and positioning systems to the delivery of key initiatives that contribute to the development of New Zealand's positioning infrastructure

Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) is seeking a motivated person to make a major contribution to forward-thinking projects with a focus on using geodetic technology and data for national benefit, including the delivery of a satellite based augmentation system (SBAS) business case, the development of a GNSS resilience work plan and the integration of land and sea elevation information across New Zealand.
They will also contribute to the development of national, regional and global reference frames as well as sharing specialist expertise to develop this capability in the team.  The role involves a mixture of hands-on detailed tasks and cross-sector strategic activities.

More information is available at: https://careers.linz.govt.nz, job reference 18/080.

Kind regards,

Matt Amos
Deputy Chief Geodesist / Manager Positioning and Innovation
Positioning and Resilience

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