Thread: TexNet is hiring two earthquake analysts (remote or from Austin)

Started: 2022-01-12 02:59:25
Last activity: 2022-01-12 02:59:25
Alexandros Savvaidis
2022-01-12 02:59:25
Institution: TexNet (University of Texas at Austin)
Open Until filled.

TexNet is hiring two earthquake analysts to work on:

* Manually review detected events and characterize earthquake and non-earthquake events.
* Manually pick arrival times for detected earthquake events. Relocate earthquakes and provide earthquake magnitudes.

Applicants must have a Bachelor or a Master degree in geophysics, math, physics, electrical engineering, earth science, or related field. Hands on experience in earthquake location, preferably using SeisComP or one of the commonly used earthquake location software (e.g. Antelope, Earthworm, SEISAN).

This is an opportunity for remote work or from Austin and any application should be submitted through:

Please contact alexandros.savvaidis<at><alexandros.savvaidis<at>> for further information.

Best Regards,

Alexandros Savvaidis, Ph.D., Research Scientist
Manager of Texas Seismological Network (TexNet)
PI in Seismology, Center of Integrated Seismicity Research (CISR)

Bureau of Economic Geology
John A. and Katherine G. Jackson School of Geosciences
University of Texas at Austin
University Station, Box X
Austin, TX 78712-8924

Phone: (512) 475-9549<tel:%2B1%20512%20475%209549>
Cell: (737) 202-8750

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