Thread: UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory IT Analyst/Programmer/Operations

Started: 2017-01-26 18:49:13
Last activity: 2017-01-26 18:49:13
The UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory is looking to hire two
IT Anaysts/Programmers to support Earthquake Early Warning and
AQMS Earthquake Analysis systems and networks.

More information on the positions can be found for Job ID 22627 at:

http://seismo.berkeley.edu/seismo.positions.html
and applications can be submitted through:
http://jobs.berkeley.edu/job-listings

The UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory operates a seismic and geophysical
network in northern California. In collaboration with the USGS Menlo Park
seismic network, the BSL jointly operates the northern California component of
the USGS Advanced National Seismic System to provide public earthquake
information, earthquake early warning, and long-term earthquake monitoring
operations. This position provide computer programming, administration, and IT
support for the network and these functions.

Responsibilities include:

* Operate, monitor, troubleshoot, and maintain computer systems for the
production and distribution of rapid automatic earthquake products in an
on-call, 24/7 operational environment.

* Install, update, and operate application software such as ShakeAlert and/or
AQMS software, supporting libraries, utilities, and configuration information.

* Install, update, and patch operating systems, libraries, and auxiliary
applications in a Linux environment.

* Work within comprehensive code management system, testing and certification
environment for the ShakeAlert and AQMS system and related components.

* Manage code versions, builds, run-time configurations, and metadata in an
SVN repository and using modern code management tools.

* Implement and maintain security measures according to campus practices and
guidelines.

* Operate, monitor, troubleshoot, and maintain computer systems for the
production and distribution of rapid automatic earthquake products in an
on-call, 24/7 operational environment.

* Install, update, and operate application software such as ShakeAlert and/or
AQMS software, supporting libraries, utilities, and configuration information.

* Install, update, and patch operating systems, libraries, and auxiliary
applications in a Linux environment.

* Work within comprehensive code management system, testing and certification
environment for the ShakeAlert and AQMS system and related components.

* Manage code versions, builds, run-time configurations, and metadata in an
SVN repository and using modern code management tools.

* Implement and maintain security measures according to campus practices and
guidelines.

* Develop and maintain documentation on programs and procedures related to the
supported software and operations.

* Design, develop, and implement software applications in C++, JAVA, python or
other languages.

* Work with research teams to understand the needs of the project, translate
needs into requirements, develop prototype applications, iterate with
collaborators, and then deliver quality applications to operations team.
Software development areas include implementation of ultra-rapid and robust
earthquake source identification, real-time seismic analysis, generation and
distribution of alerts, systems monitoring, and overall system assessment.

* Develop and maintain documentation on programs and procedures related to the
supported software and operations.

* Collaborate with internal and external academic, government, and industrial
partners in design, integration, and distribution of program components.

* Perform all other duties as assigned, including varied technical assignments
requiring the use of standard scientific principles, techniques.
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Doug Neuhauser University of California, Berkeley
doug<at>seismo.berkeley.edu Berkeley Seismological Laboratory
Office: 510-642-0931 221 McCone Hall # 4760
Fax: 510-643-5811 Berkeley, CA 94720-4760
Remote: 530-752-5615 (Wed,Fri)

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