Some of the responsibilities of this role include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Provide expertise and knowledge of surface and subsurface (ground and water); gravity measurement and modeling; magnetic mapping; reservoirs and aquifers; precision engagement; position, navigation and timing (PNT) systems including global navigational satellite systems (GNSS), inertial navigation, and other innovative alternative PNT technologies and capabilities; alternatives to denied Global Positioning System (GPS) geo-positioning; and experience in weather, terrestrial reference frame, and ionosphere-based geo-positioning.
- Provide expertise and knowledge of geodesy; geophysics; gravity measurement and modeling; magnetic field data, sensor, and/or modeling; geodynamics; positioning, navigation and timing (PNT); alternatives to denied GPS geo-positioning; and knowledge of targeting practices, the terrestrial reference frame and World Geodetic System 1984.
- 13 years of experience and a MA/MS degree in geological sciences, geodesy, geophysics, physics, or quantum physics. OR
- Similar BA/BS degree and 15 years of experience within a relevant discipline
- Work experience (including relevant Government or military experience) in:
- Measuring the geophysical and geodetic properties of the earth, geolocation determination of geodetic stations, and geological features and formations and their movement over time; and
- Using geodetic instruments to measure and monitor these characteristics as well as how to design or upgrade this type of instrument and sensors or network of instruments/sensors to be more accurate
- Demonstrated initiative, sound judgment, and ability to work independently or on a team
- Proven technology skills combined with outstanding interpersonal abilities
- Active Security Clearance
Physical Requirements / Travel
- Must be able to work in an office environment at a desk and computer.
- May travel ~10% to conferences, program reviews, industry