Job Opening

Berkeley Seismology Lab seeks Applications Programmer

The Berkeley Seismological Laboratory

Posted: 03/01/2018

Open Until: 03/31/2018

The BSL is seeking an Applications programmer who will contribute to
improving, developing and maintaining the suite of programs that support
real time earthquake reporting.

The Berkeley Seismological Laboratory, in collaboration with the US
Geological Laboratory in Menlo Park, operates seismic networks in northern
California that provide rapid earthquake information to the state,
emergency response organizations, and the public. The BSL and USGS/MP have
designed, developed, and operate the Northern California Seismic System
(NCSS) of the California Integrated Seismic Network (CISN). Within the
framework of CISN, the NCSS designs, implements, installs, configures, and
operates a real-time earthquake monitoring system, distributes real-time
earthquake information, and collects, archives, and distributes both
continuous and event-oriented earthquake related data to the scientific

Additional information:

Richard M. Allen
Director, Berkeley Seismological Laboratory
Class of 1954 Professor and Chair, Dept. Earth & Planetary Science
University of California, Berkeley -- --
twitter: @RAllenQuakes


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