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Duties and Responsibilities
Under the supervision of the Head, Maintenance Unit, Monitoring Facilities Support Section, to:
- Implement maintenance activities for facilities of the International Monitoring System (IMS), including corrective and preventative maintenance, overhauls, replacements, and coordination with equipment providers, station operators, and other contractors.
- Undertake certified IMS station troubleshooting including on-site visits to inspect, maintain or repair installations as needed, and prepare related reports; Form part of designated teams for major repairs, upgrades and revalidations of IMS stations as required.
- In cooperation with staff of the Logistics Support track equipment downtime, problem history and provide support to sustain IMS stations; participate in the evaluation of station performance, including review, preliminary evaluation, classification of reports and upkeep of station records;
- Support the development and implementation of procedures for the reliable operation, maintenance and overall sustainment of IMS facilities, including the development and review of station specific technical documentation;
- Provide input into the establishment of contractual arrangements and agreements with designated institutions in host countries and other institutions for services required to sustain IMS facilities;
- Interact with government officials in countries that host IMS facilities on all matters relating to the maintenance and support of IMS stations;
- Prepare information and present material for the IMS technical training and workshops;
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- University degree in engineering (preferably electrical engineering), system engineering, geophysics, nuclear science/engineering or a related field; A first-level degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advance degree;
- At least five years relevant working experience in seismic, acoustic or radionuclide data acquisition systems and knowledge of computer hardware and networking principles, communications technology and critical power systems; experience in the maintenance of electronic equipment which may be in harsh/remote environments; work experience within national or international monitoring networks is desirable; experience in the development of technical documentation desirable;
- Excellent command of written and spoken English is required. Knowledge of other languages is desirable.
PLEASE NOTE: These vacancies are not open vacancies, but examples of profiles recruiters will be looking for at the Global Careers for Women event | 1st March.