[unav_all] USGS Network Engineer position open in Pasadena, CA - applications due May 24, 2019

Yoon, Clara cyoon at usgs.gov
Tue Apr 30 23:26:01 UTC 2019


*Job opportunity with the USGS!*

*Applications are due 5/24/2019!*



*The USGS Earthquake Science Center Pasadena office is hiring a Network
Engineer for the Southern California Seismic Network*



United States Geological Survey (USGS) is seeking motivated candidates for
a Network Engineer for the Southern California Seismic Network (SCSN).



SCSN, one of the largest regional seismic networks in the world, has over
400 stations that measure ground shaking from earthquakes. SCSN provides
reliable, accurate, authoritative earthquake information to emergency
personnel, businesses, scientists, and the public.



The incumbent in this operational position will design, install, configure,
monitor, and troubleshoot the SCSN wide area network to achieve rapid,
reliable, secure communications between field stations and central
processing computers, using a variety of technologies: microwave, cellular,
wireless, satellite, radio, T1, MPLS, and more.



This position is being offered in Pasadena, CA.  Openings for this
full-time, permanent position are being advertised as an IT Specialist
(Network) (2210) at the GS-11/12/13 level.  US citizenship is required.
Only online applications will be accepted.  The federal government is an
equal opportunity employer.



*Please be sure to submit all the requested materials, including
transcripts by May 24, 2019 – and please do not wait until the last minute
to apply.*  If you have questions about the application process, please
contact Earl Emerson at pacsac1 at usgs.gov.



Apply online at DEU [open to all US citizens]:
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/531721700



Merit Promotion [open to current & former federal employees with status]:
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/531722300
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