GNSS Specialist position at the Alaska Earthquake Center!

Samantha Wiser srwiser at
Thu Aug 18 23:39:56 UTC 2022

The Alaska Earthquake Center is hiring a GNSS Specialist to serve as the
Center's expert resource for geodetic field installations, data
acquisition, archival, dissemination, and quality assurance. We seek an
individual with expert knowledge of real-time GNSS data acquisition and
field infrastructure. We especially seek applicants with diverse (broadly
defined) backgrounds that are historically underrepresented in STEM fields.

The Alaska Earthquake Center is a cooperative environment where projects
and operations <> are executed by
well-empowered collaborative teams. The duties of the GNSS Specialist
include geodetic field installations, data acquisition, archival,
dissemination, and quality assurance, especially for real-time
data streams. During the summer field season (May-October), this position
will participate in field campaigns in remote conditions and will have
extensive opportunities to travel to all regions of Alaska.

The Earthquake Center is a mission-driven organization set within the
Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The
university offers an attractive work environment and strong benefits
<> including retirement and health
insurance, generous leave policies, and tuition waivers for UAF courses.
The Earthquake Center’s values
<> emphasize
employee flexibility, the open sharing of different perspectives, a
respectful inclusive environment, and a commitment to serving Alaska and
Alaskans with strong applied science. Career growth and professional
development are expected and encouraged.

To visit the full job posting and to apply, please visit:

Samantha Wiser (she|her|hers)
Executive Assistant

Alaska Earthquake Center
*Working remotely*
Hours: 8 AM - 4 PM AKDT
Cell: 360.628.6127

I acknowledge I am working on the historic lands of the Yakama people. The
federally recognized Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation is
made up of Klikitat, Palus, Wallawalla, Wanapam, Wenatchi, Wishram, and
Yakama people.
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