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GS-09: $58,585 (Step 01) to $76,160 (Step 10);
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As a Civil Engineer within the Geologic Hazards Science Center , some of your specific duties will include:
- Planning and conducting field-based monitoring of active landslides and marginally stable slopes.
- Compiling, managing, analyzing, and reporting scientific data and information acquired from field investigations.
- Managing a landslide instrumentation laboratory and coordinating the procurement, transportation, and use of landslide monitoring instrumentation and equipment.
- Configuring, assembling, programming, calibrating, installing, and maintaining monitoring system components, including electronic sensors, data loggers, power components, and telecommunications gear.
The work involves regular and recurring exposure to moderate risks, discomforts, and unpleasantness such as: high noise levels, infectious materials, or toxic or irritating chemicals; travel in safety approved small aircraft and water craft; high winds and low or high temperatures; infestation of dangerous reptiles or poisonous plants, snakes, or insects; adverse weather conditions; noxious fumes;
flammable liquids; or radiation
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel occasionally for this position.
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