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    Job Description
    TitleScientific Consultant for Earth Observation (w/m/d)
    Job code3622
    Job posted on12/06/2019
    LocationDarmstadt
    CountryGermany
    EducationBachelor
    Contract typeAny
    Start datewithin 2 months
    Job Description

    POSITION ID: 3622
    ROLLE / FUNKTION
    : Scientific Consultant for Earth Observation (w/m/d)

    REQUIREMENT
    Experience in Earth Observation missions;
    Experience of operational product generation and quality control processes;
    Pre-launch calibration of instruments;
    Post-launch calibration and validation activities;
    Set up, coordination and management of scientific studies;
    Project management in Earth Observation;
    Have excellent technical writing skills in English;
    Have experience in reviewing technical documentation from multi-disciplinary fields;
    Have demonstrated excellent communication and team working skills;
    Be able to conduct all activities remotely in an orderly and disciplined manner;
    Working within a multi-national team.

    TASK
    Contribute to updates to the annual scientific Product Development and Implementation Plan (PDIP);
    Contribute to the update of existing scientific product development roadmaps and to the development of new roadmaps;
    Prepare background materials for client activities (e.g.: presentation materials, technical notes);
    Contribute to the coordination and management of studies, including:
    Pre-study scientific analysis;
    Monitoring of progress through progress reports and meetings;
    Review of deliverables;
    Preparation of summary reports and presentations on the progress and outcomes of projects
    Attendance at and provision of secretariat support to STG-SWG (Scientific & Technical Group-Science Working Group) and other expert meetings and working groups (e.g. MAG/SAG (Mission Advisory Group-Science Advisory Group), specific applications workshops);
    Contribute to the client´s scientific activities web pages

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    BEGIN: 01.09.2019
    LOCATION: Darmstadt, Germany
    CONTRACT: Permanent
    DEADLINE: 02.08.2019

    Contact information
    CompanyProfiler GmbH
    Contact namePreeti Dhar
    AddressIm Leuschnerpark 4
    Griesheim
    Germany
    64347
    Phone00496155709980
    Emailpreeti.dhar@it-profiler.com
    Web Pagehttp://it-profiler.com/


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