This position open only to students enrolled at the University of Kansas.
Develop and maintain current GIS database interfacing ArcGIS, GPS, and in-house software into ongoing waterlevel support operations. Read, organize, and catalog; performing all necessary librarian and archival functions on current and future CD and DVD libraries, of water level program data. Provide support as requested for water level program. Perform independent analysis of data acquired and processed associated with water level program to ensure a consistent and highly accurate yearly data set. Design field routes, maintain fluency with guidance systems, interact with other Survey sections as they relate to GPS needs. Assist with, utilize, research, and evaluate state-of-the art computers, peripherals, and archival equipment. Assist with posting and maintaining material on professional web page.
Apply online at https://employment.ku.edu/jobs/3486, Position number 00071606. Complete online KU student application and attach resume (required). Cover letter welcome but not required. Provide work references.
Annette Delaney, Kansas Geological Survey
Sept. 8, 2013
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