A multidisciplinary role that will vary with workload and client requirements. Applicants must demonstrate their ability to manage and prioritise workloads whilst being mindful of timescales and both internal and external demands.
This position is weighted towards an office role however to ensure currency in data acquisition practices are maintained, there will still be the occasional requirement for the successful candidate to be involved in fieldwork, especially during busy periods. The salary will reflect an increase in office responsibilities, exact salary will depend on applicant experience.
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|Roles and Responsibilities
|Conduct Bathymetric processing and assist in maintaining quality and consistency of data processing, deliverable creation, and data management.
Assist Processing Manager by working closely with respective project and operational managers to plan and manage processing and archiving activities. Assist with data archive and data repository management, ensuring safe storage of a large variety of data formats.
Reporting & charting focal point for ensuring consistency of deliverables.
|Assist with identifying and triaging continuous development activities, including undertaking software version control, research, and procedural development.
Assist in developing the processing workflows.
Liaise with software manufacturers to articulate often complex issues, identify, and implement solutions.
Provide technical advice and training.
Liaise with clients and organisations regarding data acquisition and supply.
Applicants should submit a CV and cover letter outlining their fit for the role.
Deadline – Friday 14th February 2024.
Submissions to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Successful candidates will be asked to deliver a 15min presentation centred on hydrographic processing, charting, report writing and triaging of future development activities. This will be followed by a short interview.
- Proven analytical and problem-solving ability.
- Good written and oral communication skills with the ability to convey complex information in a training environment.
- High level of IT literacy.
- Understanding of Hydrographic surveying principles and experience/knowledge of Bathymetric suites, including PDS and CARIS HIPS & SIPS
- Methodical approach to handling large numbers of data files and the ability to manipulate large Bathymetric data sets.
Experience with creating charts in QGIS and compiling concise and accurate survey reports.
- Degree or post graduate qualification in Hydrographic Surveying (preferably with IHO/FIG “Cat A/B” Accreditation or Accredited to HPAS Level 1 or 2, or equivalent qualifications)
- Hydrographic survey field experience. Preferable +2 years as a hydrographic surveyor.
- Experience of software development and testing.
- Experience of training and mentoring.
Hydrographic Processing and Reporting CoordinatorLocation:
Lymington, UKClosing Date:
14 March 2024