The position requires the initiative for self-directed technical support of the New Mexico Geologic Mapping and Aquifer Mapping Programs. Duties may include (but are not limited to): utilizing GIS software, use of graphic design programs (Adobe Illustrator), use of database software, technical writing and preparation of summaries of geologic/hydrologic reports, and providing technical support for other staff scientists. Experience in spatial statistics (kriging, trend fitting, cluster-analysis) and managing regional databases (through Access or ArcGIS relational feature classes) is a plus. Position is supported by soft money contracts; position is contingent on continued contract awards.
- Assist in the production of 3D digital geologic and hydrologic maps and derivative products in ArcGIS and Illustrator 60%
- Perform mapping and data analysis tasks, including spatial analysis, three dimensional volume and hydrogeologic parameter calculations 20%
- Condense detailed geologic and hydrologic reports into nontechnical summaries and map captions 10%
- Maintain geodatabases, geodatabase layers, associated attribute information, and metadata 5%
- Ensure accuracy and completeness of spatial data and database records, whether acquired or produced in house 5%
Standards of Performance:
- Timely and accurate completion and delivery of GIS-based and derivative map projects that address specific geologic problems or needs of the Bureau of Geology.
- Constructive interaction and collaboration with staff, researchers at other institutions, students, consulting personnel, and private individuals to further the state of geologic knowledge of New Mexico.
- Positive feedback from the public, staff, and others regarding the public dissemination of geologic information via the internet, correspondence, and personal interaction.
Application details are available on the New Mexico Tech (NMT) jobs page.