Aquatic Sensor Network Technician

University of Wyoming
Laramie, WY and Jackson Hole, WY
Job Category
Full time Positions
TBD based on qualifications of successful candidate
Last Date to Apply
We are seeking an individual to develop, install and maintain aquatic sensor network and associated data streams in northwestern Wyoming (Grand Teton National Park, Wind River Mountains, Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem) in support of WyACT, a 5-year NSF-funded project. This position may be filled for 4 years, subject to annual performance evaluations. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Develop, install and maintain aquatic sensor network and associated data streams - Deploy and maintain lake buoys - Coordinate use and maintenance of research boat - Data QA/QC - Initial data preparation and visualization SUPPLEMENTAL FUNCTIONS: - Prepare technical repair manuals and technical reports on the progress of projects, as directed. - Instruct others on troubleshooting, repairing, installation, and operation of equipment. - Recommend equipment and supply purchases, as needed. HOW TO APPLY: Please submit all applications to the link below and direct any questions to
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Associate’s degree in a related field and 5 years work-related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience - Interest and experience with data management - Ability to work independently and as part of a team - Strong work ethic and willingness to learn DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: - M.S. degree in ecology, environmental science, engineering, or related field - Demonstrated experience and capability with sensor installation, operation and development - Experience with boat operation and maintenance - Experience with large data streams - Strong quantitative analysis skills - Field experience in lake and reservoir environments - Interest in climate change research - Strong oral and written communication skills
Contact Person
William Fetzer
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