Work with Windows, Unix and Linux Operating Systems.
Hydrographic survey and ability to network computers and use Unix/Linux scripts.
Work with proprietary Hydromap software used to process the positioning, multibeam bathymetry, side scan sonar and subbottom profiler datasets.
Run Matlab routines used for processing the AUV navigation data and learn to review and analyze graphs on the data quality.
Responsible for the daily data back ups and archiving.
Work with a team of geoscientists, cartographers, marine archaeologists and other specialists to acquire and process deepwater, high-resolution AUV geophysical data for geohazard studies used primarily for the oil and gas industry.
The position requires between 120 and 150 field days; time between field assignments will be spent in the office following up with any project data editing or specific post-processing requirements.
Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.