Geoscience GeoJob Listserv

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Fri May 6 08:56:10 CDT 2016

Welcome to the Geosciences GeoJobs Listserv! 

Listed below are recent listings of available internships and full-time 
employment positions. Updated positions will be sent out weekly, or as new 
listings become available. 

GIS Technician 
City of North Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, NV

Performs technical, analytical, and skilled work in the operation and 
maintenance of a comprehensive Geographic Information System (GIS). 
Utilizes GIS software to manipulate data; maintain databases; produce 
cartographic products; Ensure integrity, quality, and accuracy of the 
Utilities information and data; review data from Department staff and 
other departments; perform a variety of processing functions including 
topological modeling, input of GOS data; operate printers and plotters; 
publish and display spatial and relational information including tables, 
graphs, maps, slides, and multimedia presentations; participate in data 
input, conversion and translation.

For more information and to apply, visit

Supervisory Hydrologist 
USGS, Boise, ID

As a Supervisory Hydrologist (Deputy Center Director) within the Idaho 
Water Science Center (IDWSC), some of your specific duties will include:
·       In the absence of the IDWSC Director, incumbent serves as Acting 
Center Director.
·       Assist in the scientific, technical, and administrative direction 
of the IDWSC.
·       Serve as consultant and advisor to Center Director on all phases 
of water resources in the state of Idaho.
·       Conduct negotiations with other Federal agencies and with State 
and local agencies, regarding cooperative water-resources investigations.
·       Represent, and promote good public relations for the USGS through 
available media sources, attendance at scientific meetings, and appearance 
before civic groups.
·       Assist in the technical and administrative supervision, and 
training of all IDWSC personnel.
·       PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Some field work may be required, it may involve 
walking over rough, rocky, or uneven terrain; lifting and carrying 
equipment and supplies; and wading in streams in all types of weather.
·       WORKING CONDITIONS: When field work is required, the conditions 
may include extreme heat, cold, and inclement weather.

To view qualifications and additional information or to apply, visit

Associate Professor in Human Geography
Florida International University 

Florida International University, Department of Global and Sociocultural 
Studies, in Miami, FL is seeking an Associate Professor to teach 
undergraduate and graduate Geography courses; advise and mentor doctoral 
students; pursue relevant research and publish findings and results in 
appropriate professional journals; and provide service to Department, 
University, and professional field. Position requires PhD in Geography. To 
apply, please submit by email attachment a cover letter and curriculum 
vitae to gss at To receive full consideration, applications should 
be received by June 6, 2016. - See more at: 

Petroleum Engineer Consultant
Cinco Energy Management Group

The Petroleum Engineer will assist senior management in evaluating the 
acquisition of mineral royalties and overriding royalty interests in 
various shale plays throughout the United States.

·       Recommends exploration and development opportunities through the 
evaluation of risk considerations.
·       Conducts economic evaluations and forecasting on both a risked and 
unrisked basis for prospects, acquisitions and dispositions; continuously 
updates economic projections.
·       Calculates reserves by volumetric, performance, and material 
balance methods.
·       Forecasts future product sales and revenues related to reserve 
·       Provide technical reporting on production and operations for 
current and new assets; including projections and decline curve analysis.
·       Provide financial modeling and feasibility studies in conjunction 
with reservoir analysis.
·       Works as a team with other senior management to develop 
presentations and reports of findings.

·       Must have a senior and diverse knowledge of core petroleum 
engineering principles (including any of the following; reservoir flow 
properties, completion, well production performance, and reservoir 
·       Extensive knowledge of geological concepts, geophysics, and 
mapping techniques.
·       Proficient in both deterministic and probabilistic reserve 
·       Ability to organize, prioritize, and make decisions under time 
·       Will be exposed to propriety information and must be able to 
maintain confidentiality.
·       Must be a responsible, self-disciplined individual who has a high 
degree of integrity.
·       Excellent verbal/written communication skills to be able to 
correspond with clients, vendors, and employees via phone, email, and in 
·       Ability to research, interpret, and synthesize complex data and 
transform data into various charts, tables, graphs, etc.
·       Excellent analytical and problem solving skills.
·       Able to meet deadlines and excellent time management skills, 
allowing for pro-active planning and prioritization.
·       Able to multitask in a fast paced office environment.
·       Able to be flexible and adaptable to various work situations.
·       Able to work in a team environment.

Apply at

Interdisciplinary Regulatory Specialist (Recent Graduate)
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

In a developmental capacity:
·       Review Jurisdictional Determination Requests for completeness and 
accuracy, and coordinate with applicant/agent as needed.
·       Assist with and perform jurisdictional delineations, and utilize 
field equipment.
·       Utilize ARC GIS, pertinent websites, and computer programs to 
access information as needed to complete projects.
·       Evaluate permit and modification requests for completion, and 
coordinate with applicant/agent and  resource agencies as needed. 
·       Prepare public notices, consider public interest review factors, 
and identify alternatives to satisfy project purpose with less adverse 
·       Prepare environmental documentation in accordance with 
requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the Section 
404(b)(1) Guidelines, and other related laws and regulations. 
·       Conduct compliance inspections and assist with investigations of 
unauthorized work in waters of the United States.
·       Assist higher-graded specialists with the development and 
implementation of programmatic initiatives and requirements.

This position has a positive education requirement.
Your transcripts will be required as part of your application. 
GS-05:  Applicants who meet the basic educational requirements are fully 
qualified for the GS-05 entry grade.
GS-07:  For the GS-07 level, you must meet the basic educational 
requirements in addition to specialized experience. Your resume must 
clearly describe your relevant experience. Experience refers to paid and 
unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service 
programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., 
professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community; student; 
social). You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including 
volunteer experience. To qualify, applicants must possess one year of 
specialized experience equivalent to the next lower grade/level (GS-05). 
Specialized experience is defined as: reviewing and gathering information 
required for wetland
delineations; entering and retrieving wetland delineation and/or permit 
data in an automated system.

For more information, visit


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