The Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Faculty of Natural Sciences III, Institute of Geosciences and Geography
announces that a 3-year temporary position, starting from 01.05.2019. Depending on the task assignment and fulfilment of personal requirements the salary will be paid up to salary level 13 TV-L.
Closing date will be: 22nd February 2019.
More information is in attached PDF.
Deadline February: 1, 2019
Applications are invited for the undergraduate and postgraduate teaching activities related to engineering surveying with the Department of Civil Engineering and the Faculty of Engineering.
In particular, the role will mainly involve providing technical support for student practicals, field courses and projects, using all forms of engineering surveying techniques and their associated equipment, IT, software and date, including, but not limited to, levelling, total station work, GNSS, laser scanning, and photogrammetry. The successful candidate will be part of a team including a Senior Technical Officer, overseen by the Faculty Technical Operations Manager, and will be expected to work as part of this team to continuously improve their knowledge and understanding related to the engineering surveying techniques listed above.
This post is full-time (36.25 hours per week) and is offered on a permanent contract. Job share arrangements may be considered.
Salary: £23334 to £27830 per annum (pro-rata if applicable) depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance.
Closing Date: Thursday, 31st January 2019
You will be motivated and have the potential for world-leading research in one or more of the geodesy, surveying, hydrography or photogrammetry and remote sensing (any of laser/radar altimetry, InSAR, laser scanning, photogrammetry) domains of the geospatial engineering sciences.
Lecturer F: £35,210 – £39,610 per annum
Lecturer G: £40,792 – £48,676 per annum
Closing date: 14 January 2019
Location of position: London
Duration of Studentship: 4 Years
Stipend: The studentship covers UCL registration fees and provides a stipend of £16,777 per annum tax free (rate for 2018-19, the amount may increase according to UCL’s guidelines).
The future holder of the position contributes significantly to the ongoing process of focussing research activities in the field “Transformation of Metropolitan Spaces”, which is the core area of interdisciplinary research at the Department of Geography. By means of spatio-temporal analysis of geodata and heterogeneous mobile data, the spatial effects of societal and economic transformation processes shall be investigated. This research will contribute significantly to the interdisciplinary research field “Digital Transformation in Economy and Society”. The willingness for an active cooperation in the Interdisciplinary Center for Geoinformation (IZG) at RUB is expected as well as the active participation in the UAR (University Alliance Ruhr) field of competence “Metropolitan Research”.
Preferably, research is oriented towards the following areas:
Closing date for applications: January 15, 2019
For the project Cosmic Sense, starting in January 2019, we are looking for a research assistant with a background optical (best hyperspectral) remote sensing and experience in digital image processing. Experiences in using drones and skills in active remote sensing are desirable as well as a background in hydrology or ecology.
Salary grade: E 13 TV-L Berliner Hochschulen for TUB positions (0.75 part-time)
Closing date for applications: 02.11.2018
Location: Coleshill, Birmingham, UK
As a Senior GIS Consultant at Geospatial Insight, you will work with cutting edge methodologies applied to the latest in Earth Observation data to extract, interpret and deliver actionable business insights. Working within the Earth Observation team and alongside our software developers and sales team, your role will be to support all aspects of our rapidly growing product portfolio. You will do this by applying your theoretical expertise and hands on experience to help shape and construct our market-disrupting products and services.
Type of appointment: Permanent
Location: Peterborough, UK
Closing date: 08 October 2018
The Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) is the statutory adviser to Government on UK and international nature conservation. One of JNCC’s key roles is provision of evidence on biodiversity and ecosystems, and the application of this evidence to assessing, valuing, and managing natural resources/capital assets. A key part of our evidence provision comes from developing techniques for applying satellite Earth Observations, in combination with other data sources, to quantifying habitats, and detecting change in their management, condition and the pressures affecting them, and to map ecosystem services.
The post will be part of the Ecosystems Analysis Team which brings together three elements:
Closing date: 30 September 2018
Planned salary: Lecturer F: GBP 35,210 – GBP 39,610 per annum / Lecturer G: GBP 40,792 – GBP 48,676 per annum
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The Geomatics Group within the School of Engineering is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Geomatic Engineering, to complement our existing strengths in GNSS geodesy, InSAR, and geometric remote sensing. You will be motivated and have the potential for world-leading research in any observation-led aspect of geospatial engineering and science, including higher geodesy, RF/acoustic/inertial positioning, and geometric remote sensing (including laser/radar altimetry, InSAR, laser scanning and photogrammetry), but we particularly seek someone with expertise in offshore and subsea positioning, hydrographic survey, or other aspects of physical/geophysical geodesy.
You will have an emerging research track record and growing international visibility and contribute to the full spectrum of the group’s activities including research, teaching and leadership. Geomatics has a strong track record of UKRI and industry funded collaborative research projects with national/international groups including membership of the NERC Centre for the Observation and Modelling of Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tectonics (COMET+), and hosts the UK’s premier specialist undergraduate programmes in the discipline.