Business Development and Commercialisation Manager located at the CRCSI head office in Carlton (Melbourne). With a specialty in commercialisation of intellectual property relating to the CRCSI Positioning Program, this role will report to the Deputy CEO.
The Positioning Program brings together leading researchers across Australia to address the challenge of designing, building and operating a high accuracy, real-time, nation-wide positioning infrastructure, based on the emerging technology of PPP-RTK.
This is a fixed term position until June 2018. For further information please see the full advertisement here. Please direct enquiries to Graeme Kernich on firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is Tuesday 26 July 2016.
The Software Engineer for real-time Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) role is located in Canberra ACT, Australia, in Geoscience Australia (GA) and employed by contract through the CRCSI. A snapshot of this performance of this role includes:
- Perform software prototype integration from unit level to global level
- Collaborate with data engineers and scientists on requirements and designs Maintain, verify, validate and implement software
- Implement software in a high-performance multi-thread cloud environment
- Determine necessary interface requirements between the real-time data streams, the data management software, the computational kernel and the clients
- Integrate software components
- Specify, implement and validate human machine interfaces (HMI)
- Support the technical leader in the software life cycle definitions, strategy, standards and definition of testing environments, changes to baseline procedures, design and acceptance reviews
- Implement a software version control system
- Monitor and perform quality assurance of the coding standards
- Update the system design and interface control documents
- Manage software version benchmarking, testing and release
- Keeps abreast of current best practices and trends affecting software systems
- Perform integration of components in Python
Further information about this role can be found here. Please email applications to email@example.com no later than Wednesday 3 August 2016.
The GNSS Precise Orbit Determination (POD) Scientist role is located in Canberra and hosted by Geoscience Australia, employed on a 22-month contract through the CRCSI.
The research project will address solar radiation pressure (SRP) and attitude regime modelling of the BeiDou (BDS) satellite constellations with the goal of producing BDS products that support users across Australia to determine their positions anytime, anywhere and with the highest precision and integrity possible. The research will contribute to Australia’s National Positioning Infrastructure (NPI).
Core responsibiliites of this role includes:
- Evaluate existing conservative force modelling approaches and how these might be applied and tuned to the BDS constellations. In particular, emphasis will be given to analytical solar radiation pressure (SRP) models
- Investigate the current attitude regime that governs BDS satellite dynamics
- Evaluate the performance of GNSS networks tracking the BDS satellites and their ability to determine a series of parameters that will improve the precise orbit determination by reconstructing the accelerations due to SRP
- Implement and verify the BDS Interface Control Document standards
- Demonstrate teamwork, coordination and technology transfer by providing technical expertise and advice within the project
- Perform research and publish in international peer-reviewed journals.
More information about this role can be found here. Please email applications to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Tuesday 9 August 2016.
Associate Professor, Teaching and Research at Curtin University (Western Australia) within the Department of Spatial Sciences. This role leads and supports spatial sciences research in partnership with the CRCSI.
A bit about the role:
- Four years, fixed term full time position
- Salary range $137 678 - $151 673 (AUD)
- Requires strategic leadership in the development of research and teaching, and application of innovative solutions in the spatial information industry
- Doctoral qualification in computer science and/or spatial information
- Experience in geospatial web technologies and semantics is highly desirable.
Click here for all the details and how to apply. Closing date for applications is Wednesday 31 August 2016.
There are opportunities for graduates with spatial Information education across Australia and around the globe in many disciplines.
Jobs in the spatial industry are varied with graduates working throughout business and government in a broad range of spatial information management and system development positions.
You may be involved in the traditional areas of managing land information systems, producing maps and digital databases, surveying boundaries and engineering projects, or managing, developing, and preserving land. You may be applying many techniques, including photogrammetry, remote sensing, and global positioning system (GPS). You could be managing information about the environment, transportation and other utility systems.
Working in our industry may see you advance the technology itself: developing software and systems to enhance the ability of individuals, business, government, and industry to better use information systems in daily business workflows.
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