Job at Manila Observatory: Project research assistant (part-time) for focal mechanism research

Manila Observatory

Company Name: MANILA OBSERVATORY

Company Profile:

The Manila Observatory (MO) is a scientific research institution established in 1865, by the Jesuit mission in the Philippines. By then, it was already engaged in pre-disaster science doing atmospheric studies, weather and earthquake observations until it became the official institution for weather forecasting and later, the Philippine Weather Bureau. At the turn of the 21st century, the Institute finds itself addressing new challenges on the global concern for environment and development. With a continuing focus on pre-disaster science that impacts directly on man’s well being. MO undertakes research in the areas of climate change, urban air quality, and disaster risk reduction and management.

Project Title: FOCAL MECHANISM RESEARCH

Job Position: PROJECT RESEARCH ASSISTANT (PART –TIME)
Job Description:

  • Collection, processing and encoding of data on seismology
  • Analysis of focal mechanism or fault plane solution and seismograms
  • Assist in the integration and packaging of research studies/project reports
  • Networking with appropriate agencies, both public and private

Qualifications:

  • College graduate preferably in the fields of Natural Science or Engineering preferably, with physics and math background
  • No required related experience
  • Knowledge of computer programming
  • Proficient with MS Office or similar suites
  • Proficient in oral and written communication skills
  • Good interpersonal skills and a team worker
  • Keen interest in earth sciences
  • Ability to calibrate and maintain scientific instruments or equipment

Interested candidates are invited to personally submit a letter of application with resume, transcript of records and recent passport size photograph at the Human Resource Office, Manila Observatory, Ateneo de Manila Campus, Loyola Heights, Quezon City. Or you may also get in touch with us through e-mail address: hr@observatory.ph
For more information about the company, you can visit our website: www.observatory.ph

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