Research Scientist: Geothermal Data Manager
Position Description: The Great Basin for Geothermal Energy (GBCGE) is seeking applications for a geothermal data manager. This position will be responsible for collecting, compiling, cataloguing, maintaining and publicly-disseminating information related to Nevada's geothermal resources, including geotechnical reports, well datasets, geological, geophysical and hydrological data, and core samples from geothermal drilling in Nevada. This will include new geothermal data generated by ongoing geothermal exploration, development, and research. A major goal of this position is to facilitate future scientific breakthroughs, resource exploration, and sustainable development of Nevada's geothermal resources by ensuring that various user groups can access the most up-to-date, quality-controlled geothermal geoscientific datasets and information. This involves: 1) the diligent curation, electronic conversion, and image capture of legacy and new materials and physical samples, 2) development and maintenance of digital, interoperable databases to store Nevada's geochemical, geophysical and geological data as related to geothermal resources, and 3) delivery of information on the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology (NBMG)/GBCGE/National Geothermal Data System (NGDS) websites, through various interactive and ArcGIS web interfaces to ensure that the data are discoverable and accessible.
Required Qualifications: A Bachelors or Masters degree in computer science, IT, geology, geophysics, engineering, or related field, as well as substantial experience in managing and/or developing relational database management systems, and SQL (structured query language).
To apply, please visit https://www.unrsearch.com/postings/24091.
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