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Two positions for GNSS Analysts are available at Geoscience Australia based in Canberra as part of the broader Geodesy section.
The roles are wide ranging as Geoscience Australia further develop its analysis capability and range of analytical products. In particular the role will develop a near real-time GNSS analysis capability with the aim of producing GA's precise orbit and clock solutions.
The Geodesy team is seeking assistance in the processing and analysis of CORS data from around the globe, with a focus on the Asia-Pacific Region and in the running of the robotic antenna calibration facility.
Are you motivated, collaborative and keen to find novel solutions for complex problems? If yes, then click here to find further details. Search using GNSS Analyst.
Applications close on the 27 November 2015.