Thread: Physical Science Technician position at USGS Menlo Park

Started: 2016-07-26 17:50:51
Last activity: 2016-07-26 17:50:51
Valerie Thomas
2016-07-26 17:50:51
Dear IRIS,

The USGS has an opening for Physical Science Technician to support Rock
Physics/Rock Mechanics labs. When you have a moment, could you please
help us spread the word? Many thanks in advance.

Best regards,

Lab technician sought for operation and maintenance of Rock Physics/Rock
Mechanics labs at the US Geological Survey. This is a full time,
permanent position (GS9/GS11) to maintain and develop high pressure rock
deformation and cryogenic equipment in laboratories at the USGS
Earthquake Science Center in Menlo Park, California. Candidates must be
US citizens. Application deadline isAugust 6.

Interested applicants should go to
< to apply and receive consideration. The
vacancy announcement number SAC-2016-0373 is open to all U.S. Citizens
under delegated examining. The vacancy announcement number SAC-2016-0374
is open to current and former Federal employees.

[Please note that resumes of those who apply MUST include detailed
information for current and past positions: job title, name of
company/agency, month/yr to month/yr, (e.g., March 2012 – June 2013),
number of hours worked per week, salary, supervisor’s name and # (can
include statement, “can call/do not call/contact me before calling,”)
and narrative (not bullet list) of duties, responsibilities, knowledge,
skills, and abilities. We suggest a resume of at least two pages at the
minimum with half a page devoted to each position. (There is a template
at < follow.) Please follow
instructions, namely that transcripts (unofficial is fine), SF-50s, PE
License, etc., MUST be attached as required by the Vacancy
Announcement. And please do not wait until the last day in case of
computer issues, etc.]

Please contact Yvonne Jacobs (HR Specialist)yjacobs<at>
<yjacobs<at>>or David Lockner <dlockner<at>
<dlockner<at>>> to answer questions regarding this opportunity.

Valerie Thomas | SCSN Manager, Geophysicist
U.S. Geological Survey | office: (626)583-7820
Caltech Seismological Lab | cell: (626)646-3898
525 So. Wilson Ave | vthomas<at> or
Pasadena, CA 91106 | vthomas<at>

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