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Job no: 499232
Location: Oxford, OH
Work type: Student
Categories: Research, Scientific
Student Master 2 Undergrad (GAC)
12.50/hr - 14.00/hr
Work independently with limited supervision, while also providing supervision of student employees. Student will be responsible for completion of several scientific data products, database creation, and metadata management for existing and new research projects. Co-authorship on maps, visualizations, data citations, presentations, posters, and scholarly papers is encouraged.
Advanced geospatial technical skills and advanced computer knowledge, previous experience with database management, and must have completed GEO 441 or GEO 442. Ability to cooperate and communicate is imperative.
Google Earth Pro, QGIS, ESRI ArcPro, as well as basic familiarity with R, Google Earth Engine, or Python coding.required.
Student will be responsible for completion of several scientific data products, database creation, and metadata management for existing and new research projects. Duties will include interacting with data clients within and outside the University.
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Advertised: 30 Aug 2021 Eastern Daylight Time