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The US Army Corps of Engineers, Army Geospatial Center has an opening for a Technical Information Specialist (Physical Science) - GS-1412-9/11/12

They are looking for someone with a physical science and geography background.  There are some library duties so an MLS/MLIS is useful, but their focus is on the science and geography.

The position is open for applications on 13 July and closes on 22 July.

Merit:   https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/PrintPreview/444242100  

DE:  	https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/PrintPreview/444255100  

As a Technical Information Specialist (Physical Science) you may perform the following duties...

Formulating and conducting geospatial and advisory work directed at applying unique and complex terrain and physical sciences information to military planning and operational requirements using state-of-the-art geographic information systems (GIS) data integration, and automated cartographic research and analysis 
Performing geographic, hydrologic, environmental, topographic, and related physical science analysis, research, and data collection activities 
Collects data from numerous domestic and foreign services against Program/Project priorities 
Provide reach-back expert Geospatial imagery and information services support for contingency operations and to support the Army 
Researching and cataloging assigned hard copy items, entering cataloged data into database or updating records as required and filing new materials

- David

David E. McBee, MLS,
USACE Command Librarian

US Army Corps of Engineers
441 G Street, NW
Washington, DC 20314
Phone: (202) 761-4853
FAX: (202) 761-0269

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