Summary of the Role:
The STO Hydrographic Data Processor will build on the capacity existing in the Marine Institute in the area of hydrographic data processing, acquisition, and quality control. The individual’s duties will include the processing and integration of hydrographic data sets acquired during multiple hydrographic surveys, and for the production of composite data and chart products. In addition the individual may be required to support seagoing activities, and on-board hydrographic data quality control and data processing. While improving and streamlining data workflows, the outputs will contribute to UKHO navigation charting, ongoing INFOMAR GIS chart production, as well as downstream digital web-mapping and data delivery services. The STO Hydrographic Data Processer will also support relevant seabed mapping and data analytics R&D initiatives undertaken by the team, as well as development of seabed classification and water column products associated with acoustic data analysis.
a) This will augment existing skill sets, underpin operational programme needs, and support future R&D initiatives. The work focus will be on: Processing and integration of hydrographic data (primarily multibeam, LiDAR & interfometric);
b) Output of integrated hydrographic datasets for development of chart products and integration to GIS data services;
c) Acquisition and quality control of multibeam survey data.
A full and detailed job description can be downloaded here.
Duration of Contract:
This temporary specified purpose contract of employment will run for the duration up to the 31st August 2017 subject to continued funding. The successful candidate will be on probation for the first four months of this contract.
How to Apply:
A C.V. and letter of application, summarising experience and skill set applicable to the position should be emailed to recruitment [at] marine [dot] ie (recruitment [at] marine [dot] ie )or posted to Human Resources at the Marine Institute, Rinville, Oranmore, Co. Galway in advance of 12:00 noon on Friday 17th February 2017.
Please note that late applications will not be accepted.
All correspondence for this post should quote reference OSIS/STO-Hydrographic Data Processor/ Feb 17.