Thread: Leadership position at the UC Berkeley Seismology Lab

Started: 2020-12-11 06:20:30
Last activity: 2020-12-11 06:20:30
Richard Allen
2020-12-11 06:20:30
The University of California Berkeley Seismology Lab invites applications
for its Operations Manager position with an expected start date in spring
2021. This is an opportunity to guide and support the future development of
regional seismic networks and the research they drive.

The BSL's Operations Manager oversees and manages all real time operations
at the BSL, including installation and operation of and real time
collection of data from remote geophysical stations; real time data
processing, products and the data center; interactions with operation of
the earthquake early warning system (ShakeAlert); and providing earthquake
information to stakeholders and the public. In addition to managing the
staff associated with these tasks, the person will be responsible for
preparing budgets, proposals and reports, and overseeing the administration
of grants that support the BSL's operations.

Diversity, equity and inclusion are core values at UC Berkeley, and the
Berkeley Seismology Lab. Our excellence can only be fully realized by
faculty, students and staff who share our commitment to these values.

The preferred qualifications for this position are 5 years experience in
handling logistics of earthquake monitoring and notification, supervision
of technical staff, proposal and budget preparation, as well as writing and
publishing technical and scientific reports. Experience with seismic
instrumentation. Experience with management of seismic and/or geodetic
data. Experience in project management. Experience and interest in
communicating scientific information to colleagues, stakeholders and the

Applications are already under consideration, but the deadline has been
extended to January 4, 2021.

All applications should be submitted online through For questions please contact Erin
Blazick, AP HR Analyst, Berkeley Seismology Lab;

*Richard M. Allen*
Director, Berkeley Seismological Laboratory
Class of 1954 Professor, Dept. Earth & Planetary Science
University of California, Berkeley --

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