Geosciences GeoJobs Listerv! - April 7, 2017

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Geologist or Scientist - Environmental Remediation
Groundwater & Environmental Services, Inc. - Columbia, South Carolina
Position responsibilities include participating in monitoring well installations and sampling events, recording data and preparing reports, completing quarterly groundwater monitoring reports, performing hydrogeological assessments, researching information related to identifying geological formations and soil delineation studies, participating in the identification of viable remedial solutions, and performing groundwater sampling, gauging and product bailing.
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Associate Planner
City of Bend - Bend, Oregon
Position duties include conducting research and preparing technical reports, preparing and presenting reports including recommendations, preparing staff reports on full range of planning issues, assist in developing public land use policy, assisting in maintaining and updating the City's comprehensive plan, apply the Bend Development Code, staff the Permit Center, investigate complaints of zoning violations, and other duties as assigned.
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Curatorial Assistant, Section of Vertebrate Paleontology
Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, PA
Carnegie Museum of Natural History seeks a Curatorial Assistant in the Section of Vertebrate Paleontology (VP) to provide assistance to the Collection Manager, Section Head, and other staff to preserve and maintain the VP collections. Principal responsibilities include the repair, conservation, maintenance, and cleaning of fossil vertebrate specimens (including those on public display), making storage and support mounts for specimens, and assisting the Collection Manager and/or Section Head in their duties (e.g., labeling and cataloguing fossils, organizing collections, packing/unpacking specimen loans, assisting with visits from external scientists). Additional duties include preparation, molding, and casting of fossil vertebrates (with the opportunity to train under VP staff with more experience in these areas) and participation in the Section's outreach endeavors (e.g., tours of the collection) as needed.
For more information and to apply, visit,12.htm.

Construction Monitor (Paleontology Resources)
Southwest Biological - Flagstaff, AZ
Southwest Biological is seeking a self motivated, enthusiastic individual for a Construction Monitor (Paleontology Resources) position to inspect and monitor various construction projects. Must be willing to travel up to one week at a time, as necessary, for temporary assignments and project related activities.
For more information and to apply, visit,12.htm.

Dewberry - Atlanta, GA
Dewberry is seeking a GIS professional for projects in our Atlanta, GA Office. This is an excellent career opportunity for an enthusiastic and talented individual to join an exciting team of professionals. The position offers great potential for professional growth in a fantastic working environment and the opportunity to apply the latest technology to flood studies and water resource projects. Typical projects involve assisting federal, state and local clients in completing flood study related projects.
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Geologist, Advisor
Laredo Petroleum - Tulsa, OK
The role of the Geological Advisor is to assess and review exploration, appraisal and development plays in order to optimize Laredo's acreage position within the Permian Basin. Principal job duties as a member of the Exploration & Geosciences Technology Team are to characterize the subsurface geology, develop exploration concepts, delineate economic play extents and mitigate risk through incorporating all available subsurface data types. This position requires collaboration with team members, other departments including operations and engineering and leadership. Also, it requires the integration of large quantities of both publicly available and proprietary geological, petrophysical and geophysical data. Being a team-player is fundamentally important to the incumbents' success in this role.
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