BA/BS Degree in Science or related field OR Minimum of 5 year(s) of experience in Passive and active infrared spectral sensor operation and data collection; airborne sensor system installation and operations; electronic systems design/construction/repairs; developing and presenting training programs; emergency response field operations; field/laboratory investigations and documentation. Previously completed training in Emergency Response Operations
- Minimum Previous Student Pilot License
- Previous 40-hour HAZWOPER Training
- Experience required with Windows, Copying Machine, MS Word, MS Excel
- Linux; Powerpoint; Campbell Scientific Loggernet, eFT/R spectral data analyses, EDGAR sprectral data acquisition, ENVVIDL data anlyses, DasyLab/LabView instrument controls, Bios Optimizer. Midac M series spectrometer,Modified Bomem 200-series spectrometer, RS-800 Infrared Line Scanner, Bios DrayCal flow monitor, EOI extended blackbodies, Infrared collimating telescopes, gaseous plume generator, dual range/gas injection large area blackbody.
Provides technical support assistance for an airborne remote chemical and radiological sensing and mapping system operated by the Consequence Management and Assistance Team (CMAT).
- Infrared spectral laboratory efforts - (procedures development, data collections, calibrations, equipment maintenance, interpretations and documentations) 60%
- Support in fielding programmatic equipment - (sensor calibrations, system installations and modifications, test equipment design/construct/operate/maintain). 20%
- Data processing and management - (processing of data collected from the deployed airborne system, field test data processing, data management, and interpretation and documentation of processing results). 10%
- Training program development and support - (draft and review training modules for laboratory procedures, sensor operations, data processing/management, training module presentation). 10%
- Overnight travel: Approximately 2 trips per year of up to 5 days each.