CEDAR email: USGS Supervisory Geophysicist

Love, Jeffrey jlove at usgs.gov
Fri Jun 14 13:51:09 MDT 2019

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) welcomes applications for a permanent,
civil-servant position as Supervisory Geophysicist, GS-1313-14, within the
Geomagnetism Program.

Duty station: Golden, Colorado.

Salary: $114,454 to $148,794 per year + benefits.

The opening and closing dates for application are 06/14/2019 to 06/21/2019.

MP: SAC-2019-0261


DEU: SAC-2019-0264


Responsibilities include:

·       Act as the Operations Manager for the Geomagnetism Program and to
manage the development, evolution, and operations of the geomagnetic
observatory network.

·       Direct the operations of fourteen geomagnetic observatories and
oversees collaborative efforts for data distribution and exchange with
foreign geomagnetism centers, government agencies, and other stakeholders.

·       Provides technical, scientific, and administrative leadership for a
staff including contractors and government personnel employed as
geophysicists, engineers, and technicians.

·       Provide expert technical and scientific advice and consultation on
development of real-time, state-of-the-art, time-series data acquisition,
analysis, and reporting systems, derived real-time products, and
dissemination of these data to U.S. and foreign cooperators and

·       Act as the lead USGS representative in the development of new
agreements and MOU’s to expand the Bureau’s geomagnetic networks and
scientific communication in the acquisition and distribution of geomagnetic

·       Present complex technical information to individuals (bureau and
departmental management, contractors, etc).

The mission of the USGS Geomagnetism is to monitor the Earth’s magnetic
field; to provide continuous records of magnetic field variations covering
long time scales; to disseminate magnetic data to governmental, academic,
and commercial institutions; and to conduct research into the nature of
geomagnetic variations for purposes of scientific understanding and hazard
mitigation. The Program is an integral participant in the National Science
and Technology Council’s Space Weather Operations Research and Mitigation
(SWORM) working group, and it is a leading agency within the INTERMAGNET

Jeffrey J. Love

USGS Advisor for Geomagnetic Research


jlove at usgs.gov

Professional Profile <https://www.usgs.gov/staff-profiles/jeffrey-j-love>

LinkedIn <https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffrey-love-902129144/>
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