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  • July 22, 2018 9:31 AM | Melissa Wood (Administrator)

    At David Evans and Associates, Inc. (DEA) our philosophy is "To find outstanding professionals and give them the freedom and support to do what they do best."  Since its founding in 1976 in Portland, OR, DEA has become a recognized leader for progressive and sustainable design and management solutions for complex transportation, land development, energy, and water resources projects nationwide. DEA’s multi-disciplinary teams partner with clients to tailor solutions to meet the unique needs of each project. The firm has 20 offices in seven states and employs roughly 650 people firm wide.  DEA is an employee-owned corporation and consistently ranks among ENR’s Top 100 Pure Design firms in the US.

     

    DEA is currently seeking a Hydrographic Technician to be assigned to our Vancouver, WA office but will travel to locations such as our Gulfport, MS office to work aboard the survey vessel Blake and other locations to support hydrographic projects.  As a Hydrographic Technician your responsibilities will be diverse and will include assisting DEA hydrographers in conducting single beam, multibeam, and side scan sonar surveys.  Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to data acquisition aboard survey vessels, trailering vessels, maintaining safe and efficient operations, equipment maintenance, maintaining accurate survey logs, data processing and other duties as directed by hydrographers.

    Basic Qualifications:

    ·         Familiar with a variety of the field’s basic concepts, practices and procedures to the completion of assignments.

    ·         Project experience in land or hydrographic surveying

    ·         Generally will have 1 or more years of relevant experience.

    ·         Good communication skills

    ·         Valid driving license with clean driving record

    ·         Must be detail oriented, team player, safety conscious, and able to manage multiple work assignments

    ·         Ability to safely haul, maneuver, and back trailers

    ·         Boating and nautical skills and hold, or ability to obtain, state boating license

    ·         Ability to perform physical labor to support offshore operations

    ·         Ability to travel and work 12 hour shifts aboard a vessel for a 20 day duration

    ·         Experience with Microsoft Office software

     

    Preferred Qualifications:

    ·         Bachelor’s degree in Geomatics, Marine Science or related science field

    ·         USCG license

    ·         Project experience with multibeam or single beam hydrographic surveys

    ·         Familiar with NOAA and USACE standards for the conduct of hydrographic surveys

    ·         Experience with Hypack, CARIS HIPS and Chesapeake SonarWiz software

     

    Benefits:

     

    ·         Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance

    ·         Vacation/Sick/Holiday Pay

    ·         401k and Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP)

     

    DEA is proud to be  an AA/EEO employer and all qualified candidates will receive consideration without regard to characteristics protected by applicable local, state or federal law, such as race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, marital status, veteran or military status, genetic information or sexual orientation.

     

    Apply online at: 

    http://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk06/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=DEAINC&cws=39&rid=2473


  • July 20, 2018 8:06 AM | Melissa Wood (Administrator)


    The Maritime Safety Office of the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency(NGA) are seeking Bathymetrists at our Springfield, VA and St. Louis, MO locations. The link to the announcement is below and under Search NGA jobs for the Job ID.

    https://www.intelligencecareers.gov/NGA/

     

    Job Title: Bathymetrists

    Job Family: Engineering and Physical Science

    Location: Springfield, VA; St Louis, MO

    Job ID: 30000934

     

    Position Summary:

    ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION: Bathymetrists receive, analyze, and deconflict U.S. and foreign bathymetric data for use by the Intelligence Community (IC) and external customers. They populate and maintain data and metadata in the bathymetry database, ensuring the accuracy of metadata pertaining to collection source platforms and depth recording devices. They also provide customers with conflated and corrected mission-specific data.

     

    Additional Position Info:

    Bathymetrists analyze, acquire, compile, and disseminate maritime safety information to meet NGA's worldwide safety of maritime navigation obligations under U.S. Code, Title 10, other Federal and International laws and NGA's own regulations. Bathymetrists must be knowledgeable in the following: hydrographic and bathymetric surveying techniques and equipment, various data formats; sound velocity/ship draft/sensor anomalies/datum corrections applied to survey and previously processed data; projections and grids; tidal datums; methods of sounding evaluation and deconfliction; algorithms for sounding generalization; TIN(Triangular Irregular Network) and grid models used in analysis, feature generation and 3D visualization; geospatial information processing; source analysis and data statistical analysis; NGA's Digital Nautical Chart (DNC) and nautical hard copy products; and Electronic Nautical Chart (ENC) data. Bathymetrists must have experience with: Geographic Information System (GIS) applications (ArcGIS, Fledermaus, MapInfo, CARIS preferred); various data file formats (VPF, gridded data sets, ASCII, xyz, S57, etc); marine navigation production processes and utilization of imagery; and source analysis techniques and software used to build maritime databases and products. Bathymetrists must be able to balance multiple assignments at the same time and be able to work independently, and must be willing to train other Bathymetrists and share information with other team members. Bathymetrists must also be able to corporately represent NGA's mission, vision, values and goals when meeting with our customers.


    Band 3 Bathymetrists assist in receiving, analyzing, and deconflicting U.S. and foreign bathymetric data for use by the Intelligence Community (IC) and external customers. They assist in the provision of the most accurate and relevant bathymetric and hydrographic depth data in support of Safety of Navigation (SoN), ocean modeling, and mission-specific intelligence. They analyze, acquire, compile, and disseminate maritime safety information to meet NGA's worldwide maritime SoN obligations under U.S. Code, Title 10, other Federal and International laws and NGA's own regulations. They perform elementary assignments to help populate and maintain basic data and metadata in bathymetry databases, ensuring the accuracy of metadata pertaining to collection source platforms and depth recording devices. These bathymetrists may also assist senior bathymetrists to provide customers with conflated and corrected mission-specific data.

     

    Band 3 Bathymetrists:
    1. Plan and carry out activities to receive, analyze, and de-conflict U.S. and foreign bathymetric data for use by the Intelligence Community (IC) and external customers
    2. Provide the most accurate and relevant bathymetric and hydrographic depth data in support of Safety of Navigation (SoN), ocean modeling, and mission-specific intelligence
    3. Analyze, acquire, compile, and disseminate maritime safety information to meet NGA's worldwide maritime SoN obligations under U.S. Code, Title 10, other Federal and International laws and NGA's own regulations
    4. Perform moderately complex or difficult assignments to populate and maintain data and metadata in bathymetry databases, ensuring the accuracy of metadata pertaining to collection source platforms and depth recording devices
    5. Provide customers with conflated and corrected mission-specific data


  • July 20, 2018 7:48 AM | Melissa Wood (Administrator)



    The Maritime Safety Office of the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency(NGA) are seeking Bathymetrists at our Springfield, VA and St. Louis, MO locations. The link to the announcement is below and under Search NGA jobs for the Job ID.

    https://www.intelligencecareers.gov/NGA/

     

    Job Title: Bathymetrist "Pay Ban 02"

    Job Family: Engineering and Physical Science

    Location: Springfield, VA; St Louis, MO

    Job ID: 30000932

     

    Position Summary:

    ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION: Bathymetrists receive, analyze, and deconflict U.S. and foreign bathymetric data for use by the Intelligence Community (IC) and external customers. They populate and maintain data and metadata in the bathymetry database, ensuring the accuracy of metadata pertaining to collection source platforms and depth recording devices. They also provide customers with conflated and corrected mission-specific data.

     

    Additional Position Info:

    Bathymetrists analyze, acquire, compile, and disseminate maritime safety information to meet NGA's worldwide safety of maritime navigation obligations under U.S. Code, Title 10, other Federal and International laws and NGA's own regulations. Bathymetrists must be knowledgeable in the following: hydrographic and bathymetric surveying techniques and equipment, various data formats; sound velocity/ship draft/sensor anomalies/datum corrections applied to survey and previously processed data; projections and grids; tidal datums; methods of sounding evaluation and deconfliction; algorithms for sounding generalization; TIN(Triangular Irregular Network) and grid models used in analysis, feature generation and 3D visualization; geospatial information processing; source analysis and data statistical analysis; NGA's Digital Nautical Chart (DNC) and nautical hard copy products; and Electronic Nautical Chart (ENC) data. Bathymetrists must have experience with: Geographic Information System (GIS) applications (ArcGIS, Fledermaus, MapInfo, CARIS preferred); various data file formats (VPF, gridded data sets, ASCII,S57); marine navigation production processes and utilization of imagery; and source analysis techniques and software used to build maritime databases and products. Bathymetrists must be able to balance multiple assignments at the same time and be able to work independently, and must be willing to train other Bathymetrists and share information with other team members. Bathymetrists must also be able to corporately represent NGA's mission, vision, values and goals when meeting with our customers.


    Band 2 Bathymetrists assist in receiving, analyzing, and deconflicting U.S. and foreign bathymetric data for use by the Intelligence Community (IC) and external customers. They assist in the provision of the most accurate and relevant bathymetric and hydrographic depth data in support of Safety of Navigation (SoN), ocean modeling, and mission-specific intelligence. They analyze, acquire, compile, and disseminate maritime safety information to meet NGA's worldwide maritime SoN obligations under U.S. Code, Title 10, other Federal and International laws and NGA's own regulations. They perform elementary assignments to help populate and maintain basic data and metadata in bathymetry databases, ensuring the accuracy of metadata pertaining to collection source platforms and depth recording devices. These bathymetrists may also assist senior bathymetrists to provide customers with conflated and corrected mission-specific data.

     

    Band 2 Bathymetrists:
    1. Generate datasets from data holdings for NGA product enrichment
    2. Help acquire and disseminate maritime safety information
    3. Ingest bathymetric and hydrographic datasets for maritime navigators and amphibious operators

     

     

     

     



  • July 20, 2018 7:40 AM | Melissa Wood (Administrator)

    Flux, A David Evans Enterprise, is seeking a Hydrographer to be assigned to manage and process single-beam surveys in support of dredge operations on the Columbia River between Portland and Astoria, Oregon.

     

    Key Responsibilities include:

    ·         Directing single-beam survey operations, conducting single-beam hydrographic surveys to US Army Corps of Engineers standards in support of dredge operations, equipment calibration, data processing and delivery of data to dredge personnel. 

    ·         Data acquisition aboard survey vessel

    ·         Maintaining safe and efficient operations

    ·         Equipment maintenance

    ·         Maintaining accurate survey logs

    ·         Data processing

    ·         Quality control.

     

    What we are looking for:

    ·         Project experience with single beam hydrographic surveys

    ·         Ability to travel and work a 5 day/40 hour week between Astoria and Portland, Oregon.

    ·         Familiar with USACE standards for the conduct of hydrographic surveys

    ·         Experience with Hypack Survey and Hypack Single-Beam Editor software

    What we are offering:

    ·         Competitive pay

    ·         Daily per-diem

    ·         Opportunity to work with a well-established engineering firm

     

     

    Apply online at www.workwithflux.com or email the recruiter jay.smith@workwithflux.com


  • June 20, 2018 10:36 AM | Melissa Wood (Administrator)

    Certified Hydrographer, Geoscientist, Professional Land Surveyor

     

    Morgan & Eklund, Inc. is currently seeking a professional to help grow our Miami, Florida office. Morgan & Eklund, Inc. specializes in the acquisition of bathymetric, and geophysical data. Work locations include shorelines, ports and harbors for our public and private clients. We conduct surveying (geophysical/hydrographic) as well as other field investigations for cable routes, beach nourishment, restoration projects, and engineering evaluations including detailed underwater infrastructure assessments for submarine cables and pipelines, dredging, and oceanographic studies.

    The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s or Associate degree or Certification or License in Land or Hydrographic Surveying with at least 7 years’ experience including 5 years of field experience as a geoscientist or hydrographic surveyor. Responsibilities will include:

    • Manage field teams and lead projects.
    • Perform and assist with hydrographic and geophysical surveys including planning, field data collection, interpretation and reporting.
    • Perform field topographic, scientific or engineering surveys using GPS and/or Total Station and produce charts, maps and alignment sheets.


    HOW TO APPLY: Applicants should send a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to: HR@conshelf.com

  • June 05, 2018 11:59 AM | Melissa Wood (Administrator)



    Division: Hydrographic Surveys and Mapping

    Job Status: Full Time – Non-union

    Reports to: Hydrographic Systems Manager

     

    Description:

    The primary role of this position is to provide hydrographic surveying, mapping and positioning support, reporting, land survey work and general survey support.


    Duties and Responsibilities:

     ·         Perform field hydrographic surveys collecting bathymetric and other data

    ·         Post process field data, compute quantities, create charts, and report

    ·         Calibration and trouble-shooting of dredge positioning systems

    ·         Reporting of bathymetric conditions, quantities and other pertinent data to colleagues and supervisors for review and direction

    ·         Quality Control and Production Tracking including preparing daily and weekly production reports

    ·         Collect, assemble, review and report production related materials and values

    ·         Perform field sediment sampling and reporting

    ·         Verify the precision of survey data including measurements and calculations conducted at survey sites

    ·         Prepare or supervise preparation of all data, charts, plots, maps, records, and documents related to surveys

    ·         Determine position and elevation of important features and boundaries in survey areas using precision hydrographic systems, GPS technologies, total stations and levelling instruments

    ·         Coordinate findings with the work of engineering and technical personnel, clients, and others

    ·         Train assistants and helpers, and direct their work in such activities as performing surveys

    ·         Adjust surveying instruments to maintain their precision

    ·         Analyze survey objectives and specifications to prepare proposals or to direct others in proposal preparation

    ·         Survey bodies of water to determine navigable channels and to secure data for construction of breakwaters, piers, and other marine structures

    ·         Conduct research in surveying and mapping methods using knowledge of techniques of bathymetric and other data

    ·         Develop criteria for the design  and modification of survey instruments

    ·         Ability to travel 75-100% of the time

    ·         Any other duties as assigned

     

    Preferred Qualifications and Skills:

    ·         1-5 Years of experience within the hydrographic industry

    ·         A.S. or B.S. in Surveying and Mapping, Natural Resources or similar curriculum

    ·         Professional state license and or nationally recognized hydrographic certification

    ·         Experience utilizing bathymetric survey tools including single-beam and multi-beam echo-sounders

    ·         Experience using bathymetric process software

    ·         Experience using conventional survey tools including auto-levels, total station etc.

    ·         Ability to work successfully as a team member

    ·         Perform the work professionally, honestly, with integrity and a commitment safety and excellence

    ·         Willingness to work 12+ hours/day, nights and weekends depending on project schedules

    Physical Demands:

    Not applicable: activity is not applicable to this position

    Occasionally: up to 30% of the time

    Frequently: from 30%-60% of the time

    Constantly: more than 60% of the time


    Apply online here: https://www.jfbrennan.com/careers/current-openings


    The Brennan Companies are an Equal Opportunity Employer


  • March 22, 2018 8:16 AM | Melissa Wood (Administrator)



    Project Manager/Lead Hydrographer

    Position Type: Full Time

    Location: Norwood, NJ

    Posted Date: March 8th, 2018

    Alpine is currently searching for a Project Manager with a specialty in hydrography to be based in Norwood, NJ. The chosen individual will be a core member of our field operations team and as such must be willing to travel, both domestically and internationally. Candidate must be a U.S. citizen or have a valid working Visa.

    Responsibilities:

    The candidate will be expected to take on the following responsibilities:

    ·         Project Management, including client liaising, planning field operations, overseeing field personnel, and providing QA/QC of data.

    ·         Ensuring HSEQ protocols are following and that personal and co-worker safety is a top priority. 

    ·         Supervising the care and maintenance of equipment in the field.

    ·         Encouraging a culture of continuous improvement of the company’s processes, including safety program and quality management system.

    ·         Supporting and communicating with field staff effectively.

    ·         Showing leadership under pressure and motivating field staff to meet deadlines while providing clients with a high quality of data.

    ·         Mentoring of other Hydrographers


    Qualifications:

    ·         A degree in a geomatics related field (hydrography, surveying, or engineering) and minimum of 5 years applied hydrographic field experience, or an applicable Master’s Degree and 3 years’ experience.

    ·         The Candidate’s area of expertise should fall within one or multiple of the following areas: Nautical charting, dredging, O&G infrastructure projects, marine shallow hazards surveys, submarine cable/pipeline routing, civil engineering and/or environmental assessment projects.

    ·         Candidate must have a working knowledge of hydrographic data acquisition systems and software including Multibeam Sonars, Singlebeam Sonars, Side Scan Sonars, and GNSS navigation systems. Knowledge of operation and deployment of geophysical equipment a plus. Software packages which could be used include QINSy, HYPACK, Edgetech Discover, SonarWiz, Caris, Qimera, and Global Mapper.

    ·         Knowledge of AutoCAD or GIS a plus.

    ·         Candidate should have good knowledge of navigation and positioning techniques, USBL experience is a plus.

    ·         Candidate should have trouble shooting capability on equipment especially when it comes to fine tuning systems for best results.

    ·         Knowledge of mobilizing third party vessels from the bottom up a plus.

    ·         Candidate should have good writing skills and should be able to write preliminary reports and process and interpret data at least to the QA/QC stages.

    NSPS/ACSM Certified Hydrographer, Category A Hydrographer, or Professional Land Surveyor candidates will be viewed favorably.


    Benefits:

    Alpine offers access to training, experience and growth opportunities, providing employees a long lived and fulfilling career. As Project Manager/Lead Hydrographer you will be interfacing directly with the company’s Senior Project Managers.

    Alpine offers a full benefits package including yearly salary reviews, paid vacation, personal days, health insurance coverage, life insurance, a 401K plan.  Benefits may also include corporate credit card, cellular phone and car allowance. Relocation assistance is also available if appropriate.

    Alpine is proud to be an AA/EEO employer and all qualified candidates will receive consideration without regard to characteristics protected by applicable local, state or federal law, such as race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, marital status, veteran or military status, genetic information or sexual orientation.

    Please submit resume with cover letter by e-mail to careers@alpineocean.com.



  • March 21, 2018 4:58 PM | Melissa Wood (Administrator)


    Position Offered:

    TerraSond Geophysicists are responsible for planning, collecting, processing and analyzing multibeam, sidescan, magnetometer, sub-bottom and other geophysical sensors. Under the supervision of the Project Manager, he or she serves as a point person for all geophysical issues, collaborates with hydrographers, project managers and other SME’s to plan, acquire, process and analyze multi-sensor datasets.  He or she will oversee the work of technicians, junior technicians, and data processors.  The geophysicist is responsible for final reporting or may be part of a team providing elements of final reports.

    This position may be required to serve as a member of the vessel crew as needed.

    Duties:

    Responsibilities include but not limited to the following:

    ·         The Marine Geophysicist collects and interprets geophysical data including but not limited to data collected with: sub-bottom profilers, magnetometers, gradiometers, high resolution seismic including boomers and sparker systems (single and multi-channel), ground penetrating radar, sidescan sonar, multibeam and singlebeam sonar, cone penetrometers, electrical resistivity sensors, gravity meters and other instruments used to assess the character and physical measurements upon and beneath the earth

    ·         Analyzes project goals, plans collection methods, determines suitable geophysical equipment for achieving project goals, installs, calibrates, tunes and operates equipment, and interprets resultant data

    ·         Analyzes and interprets geological and geophysical information from sources such as survey data as part of a hydrographic or land survey team or 3rd party sources

    ·         Analyzes and processes data using project specified software packages such as CARIS, Sonar Wiz, Oasis Montaj, Radex Pro, Hypack and similar packages

    ·         The Marine Geophysicist oversees and approves Quality Assurance and Quality Control of collected and processed geophysical data

    ·         Researches and provides required geophysical data to plan survey operations, specifications and sensor choices

    ·         Assists in establishing project goals and objectives

    ·         Writes and proofs project descriptive reports, desktop studies, whitepapers and technical proposal components

    ·         Participates in and collaborate with multidisciplinary project teams

    ·         Plans, installs and operates hydrographic instrumentation including multibeam and single beam sonar, sidescan sonar, positioning systems and collection software

    ·         Processes hydrographic data both in conjunction with geophysical survey data and solely

    ·         Actively participates in Operations, department, and other meetings as directed by supervisor


    Education/Experience:

    ·         BS in Geophysics; MS in Geophysics strongly preferred

    ·         Experience with signal processing

    ·         Experience with hydrographic and marine geophysical data analytical tools including Caris

    ·         Extensive background in mathematics to include arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics, and their applications


    Skills and Special Requirements/ Licensing:

    ·         Demonstrated commitment to safety principles and protocols

    ·         Comprehensive knowledge of multiple types of geophysical data to include electromagnetics, magnetics, seismic, sonar, and gravity

    ·         Working understanding of geodesy and coordinate systems

    ·         Basic inversion theory knowledge

    ·         Ability to plan and execute projects from start to finish

    ·         Merchant Mariners Physical may be required for vessel work

    ·         Valid driver’s license

    ·         Ability to procure a passport

    Work duties are performed in a combination office and field environments. Field work is performed outdoors and may take place in inclement weather and extreme temperatures. Hydrographic survey work requires working at sea for extended periods of time and may require living and working in close, cramped quarters. Both field and office work require occasional heavy lifting of survey equipment. Responsibilities may require an adjusted work schedule, long days, and evening/weekend hours in order to meet project deadlines. Extensive travel is required.


    About Us:

    TERRASOND, an experienced multidisciplinary organization, remains one of the few truly independent, agile, client-focused survey companies. We deliver innovative, reliable geospatial solutions with a strong company-wide culture in HSE/Q.

    OUR GREATEST resource is our people.

    Our mission is to collect, compile, and identify geospatial and geophysical information that provides the best possible solution offering the lowest risk for our clients.

    Local around the globe, we excel at executing remote and challenging surveys. We have successfully completed thousands of surveys in over 28 countries around the world for over 330 clients. These range from inland surveys to deep ocean seabed exploration and mapping projects.

    We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and employment selection decisions are based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. We do not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of: race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by country, regional or local law.

    Please log in here to apply.

    If you require an accommodation to complete the application, please contact Human Resources at (907) 745-7215 x147.

    TerraSond is committed to a drug free workplace. Drug screening and background checks are required.



  • March 21, 2018 8:18 AM | Melissa Wood (Administrator)



    Geophysicist/Hydrographer/Geologist/Marine Scientist

    Position Type: Full Time

    Location: Norwood, NJ

    Posted Date: September 18th, 2017


    Alpine is currently searching for a number of applicants to fill roles as Geophysicists, Hydrographers, Geologists, and Marine Scientists. These positions will involve being part of both field data acquisition and in office data reduction and report teams.


    Responsibilities/Qualifications:

    Candidates should have an applicable Bachelors or Masters Degree in a Marine Science related discipline. Specific course work in marine geology, coastal geology, geophysics, sedimentology, hydrography, oceanography and GIS/CAD a major plus.  Recent graduates are welcome to apply.

    Work or internship experience related to Alpine’s core business will be viewed favorably. Experience can include working on projects related to marine construction, pipeline/cable route design, civil engineering (ports, harbors, bridges etc.) or coastal protection/renourishment. Candidate should also highlight any experience they may have working with the following equipment: analogue and digital seismic systems (subbottom profilers, multi-channel etc.), side scan sonars, magnetometers, swath bathymetry systems, navigation packages (software and GPS), tide gauges, wave gauges, current meters, sediment sampling tools etc.

    Traveling to projects both within the US and overseas will be required.

    As needed, Alpine will provide training on equipment and survey methods in order to enhance a successful candidate's skills.

    Benefits:

    Alpine and the Gardline Group offer access to substantial resources, training, experience and growth opportunities, providing employees a long lived and fulfilling career. In this position you will be interfacing directly with the company’s Field and Project Managers.

    Alpine offers opportunities for advancement within the company, a competitive salary commensurate with experience (Masters degrees will be considered favorably), comp time, field pay, and a full benefits package including paid vacation, personal days, health insurance coverage, life insurance, and a 401K plan. Relocation assistance may be available.

    Alpine is proud to be an AA/EEO employer and all qualified candidates will receive consideration without regard to characteristics protected by applicable local, state or federal law, such as race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, marital status, veteran or military status, genetic information or sexual orientation.

    Please submit resume with cover letter by e-mail to careers@alpineocean.com.


  • March 21, 2018 8:15 AM | Melissa Wood (Administrator)


    Field Hydrographer

    Position Type: Full Time

    Location: Norwood, NJ

    Posted Date: September 18th, 2017

     

    Alpine is currently searching for a Field Hydrographer with at least 1-3 years experience conducting and/or supervising hydrographic projects. This is primarily a field position and the Candidate must be willing to travel, both domestically and internationally.

     

    Responsibilities/Qualifications:

     

    The ideal Candidate will possess the following qualifications:

     

    ·         Experience conducting field operations for hydrographic survey projects and performing data processing tasks both on board survey vessels and in the office.

    ·         Knowledge of the installation, calibration and operation of high resolution multi-beam and single beam systems.

    ·         Knowledge of data acquisition/processing software including QINSy, HYPACK, Qimera, Fleidermaus, and Caris.

    ·         Knowledge of GPS and motion reference positioning equipment, calibration techniques and post processing.  Experience with installing and operating RTK base stations and post processing using PPK techniques.

    ·         Experience acquiring direct read sound velocity and/or CTD data and processing the resulting information.

    ·         Experience installing tide gauges and processing the resulting data.

    ·         Experience processing and interpreting final data sets at least to the QA/QC stages.

    ·         Good writing skills, including a track record preparing at least preliminary, but preferably, final reports.

    ·         Knowledge of AutoCAD or GIS.

     

    Alpine will look very positively on candidates with one of the following certifications: ACSM Hydrographer, Category A Hydrographer or PLS. 

     

    A proven track record of leadership, initiative and self-motivation, the ability to effectively follow best practices with regards to HSE, and attention to detail are all important skills to bring to the position.

     

    Benefits:

    Alpine and the Gardline Group offer access to substantial resources, training, experience and growth opportunities, providing employees a long lived and fulfilling career. The Hydrographer position will answer to the Party Chief, and/or Project Manager and the firm’s Operations Department depending on the situation.

     

    Alpine offers a full benefits package including yearly salary reviews, paid vacation, personal days, health insurance coverage, life insurance, a 401K plan.  Benefits may also include corporate credit card, cellular phone and car allowance. Relocation assistance is also available if appropriate.

     

    Alpine is proud to be an AA/EEO employer and all qualified candidates will receive consideration without regard to characteristics protected by applicable local, state or federal law, such as race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, marital status, veteran or military status, genetic information or sexual orientation.

     

    Please submit resume with cover letter by e-mail to careers@alpineocean.com.