Data Operations Analyst position available at NSIDC

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Data Operations Analyst position available at NSIDC

Amanda Leon

Data Operations Analyst

Support Earth science research at the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

As a member of the Data Operations team, the Data Operations Analyst is responsible for managing and supporting NSIDC’s archive of satellite, aircraft, and ground data. The team operates and automates numerous data systems, including the NASA EOSDIS Core System (ECS), which supports data from the NASA Terra, Aqua, and ICESat satellites. 

 Requirements include:

-         Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, or related discipline.

-         Working knowledge of UNIX operating systems and associated editors.

-         Experience with Perl or shell scripting, C programming, or equivalent.

-         Familiarity with data management, mass storage systems, SAN, and/or StorNext is desirable.

-         Data management experience with digital data archives of remote sensing or climate data is desirable.

 A complete job description and application procedures are available at http://nsidc.org/about/jobs/nsidc_16.html.

See a full list of available NSIDC jobs at  http://nsidc.org/about/jobs.html.
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Amanda Leon				
Data Operations Manager/AMSR-E Data Management Lead	
National Snow and Ice Data Center	Phone: 303-492-1477
University of Colorado, 449 UCB		Fax: 303-492-2468	
Boulder, CO 80309			Website: http://nsidc.org
Email: [hidden email]

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