Thread: Seismo-acoustic Engineer Positions at UAF WATC

Started: 2021-08-25 18:30:28
Last activity: 2021-08-25 18:30:28
Lukas Blom
2021-08-25 18:30:28
Institution: UAF WATC
Open Until: 2021-09-07

The Wilson Alaska Technical Center (WATC) at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF)is searching for two Seismo-acoustic Engineers to take an active role within the WATC engineering team in maintaining and improving seismic and infrasound stations around the globe. Our ideal candidates will bring a unique background of technical skills, problem solving, organization, and teamwork to add to the WATC engineering and research team. You’ll have an opportunity to engage in a wide range of projects spanning research and operational spaces and will have the flexibility to steer your career path based on your unique skills and areas of interest. WATC strives to maintain high data quality and availability, while also prioritizing a healthy and collaborative work environment for all team members. You’ll have the opportunity to travel to remote locations around the world, support industry leading research, engage with students, and drive projects you’re passionate about.

WATC was created to recognize the accomplishments and growing stature of nuclear treaty monitoring support programs at the UAF Geophysical Institute. WATC is an externally funded organization and critical component of the Geophysical Detection of Nuclear Proliferation University Affiliated Research Center (UARC), which was established for research, development, testing, evaluation, and use of scientific and technological capabilities to better sense, locate, characterize, and assess the threat potential of nuclear activities worldwide. The WATC leadership supports access to training and education opportunities to close any skill or experience gap upon employment. As an organization, the WATC encourages all its team members to continually develop professionally and foster a positive work environment. While these positions will be physically located at the UAF campus, WATC has recently embraced a hybrid work model.

You can apply at: https://careers.alaska.edu/en-us/job/517756/seismoacoustic-engineer-watc. Please reach out to Lukas Blom (ljblom<at>alaska.edu) or Dr. David Fee (dfee1<at>alaska.edu) with any questions about the position or application process.
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