[ecoinfo] programmer/modeler position available
marke at nrel.colostate.edu
Tue Jul 16 10:32:36 PDT 2002
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***Research Associate III/Programmer/Data Analyst***
The Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory at Colorado State University would like
to hire someone to coordinate, design, write and run modeling software to assist
in efforts to analyze carbon cycling in soils. The incumbent will work with
researchers, data analysts, programmers, and database managers that are part of
a research team at the Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory (NREL).
Primary duties will include working with a team of other programmers and data
managers to write and run modeling software that interfaces land use and soils
datasets with soil carbon models, and analyze and interpret data produced by
The position requires a B.A., B.Sc. or M.A., M.Sc. (preferred) in agronomy,
ecology, environmental sciences, natural resources, or soil sciences.
Alternatively, a B.A. or B.Sc. in computer science with 2 yrs experience in
natural sciences or natural resources is acceptable.
Two or more years experience programming in C, C++, Fortran, PERL, and/or Visual
Basic required. Previous experience working with large databases preferred.
Experience with Microsoft Access, MySQL, Oracle, or other database server
software highly desirable. Ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary team
is necessary. Position is for 12 months, with likely extension contingent on
performance and availability of funding.
Salary: $35,000-42,000 plus benefits for 12 months, dependent upon experience.
Submit letter of application, complete resume, and contact information
for three references to Natalie Lucero, Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory,
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523-1499. Applications must be
postmarked by August 2nd, 2002.
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