Junior Staff Scientist, Geophysics
Junior Staff Scientist, Geophysics
Ocean Networks Canada
Ocean Networks Canada is a world-leading organization supporting ocean research and discovery, and ocean observing technology innovation. ONC is a not-for-profit society that operates and manages cabled observatories in the coastal and deep Pacific and Arctic Oceans on behalf of the University of Victoria that supply continuous power and Internet connectivity to various scientific instruments located in coastal, deep-ocean, and Arctic environments. ONC's cable arrays host hundreds of sensors distributed in, on and above the seabed along with mobile and land based assets strategically located, instruments that address key scientific and policy issues (subsea earthquakes and tsunamis, ocean acidification, marine biodiversity, etc.) within a wide range of environments.
The Junior Staff Scientist, Geophysics, will support the ONC Science team in the geophysical programs in seismology, tectonics, seafloor geodesy as well as gas hydrates, sea bed dynamics and geological storage of CO2. In particular, they will assist with managing the seismological data acquisition, analyzing geophysical data streams, coordinating sensor tests and calibrations, collating data sets, and supporting the scientific community by organizing workshops and with generating publications and proposals. The Junior Staff Scientists also work with Data Team members to assemble and publish observatory data sets. Junior Staff Scientists assist in the planning and execution of annual maintenance expeditions and other field-based activities as they relate to instrument preparation, data integrity, and sample collection.
The successful applicant will have a minimum of a Masters (M.Sc.) degree in Marine Geophysics, including experience in seismometry, geodynamics, and/or geodesy, with at least 2 years of relevant data analysis experience in an observational, experimental, or modelling in Geophysical marine science discipline. An equivalent combination of education, training, and work experience may be considered where appropriate.
Essential qualifications include:
Oceanographic expedition experience, including collecting, processing, and analyzing samples at sea
Significant work experience using advanced programming environments (e.g. MATLAB, R, Python, or IDL) to analyze and integrate multi-dimensional, multi-variate data
Significant work experience in data visualization and the presentation of data analysis
Experience in producing accurate scientific communications, including peer-reviewed publications, conference abstracts and presentations, and summaries for broader audiences
In addition, the following attributes and experience are highly desirable:
Experience with modeling and computer simulation
Experience with web content management and web-based interactive collaboration environments
Experience with web-based data access technologies
Experience in organizing, running, and summarizing scientific workshops
Experience in preparing regular briefings and status reports
A sound reputation in the marine science community, either locally or nationally combined with data related marine science publications either as the lead or with a co-author.
For a full job description and to apply for this position: Please submit your CV and cover letter outlining your qualifications to: https://uvic.mua.hrdepartment.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/6334 The deadline for applications is November 18, 2021 at 4:00pm
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Job Type : Full-Time
Location : Victoria, BC
Experience Level : Junior Level