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Job Opening - Lecturer/Professional Practice Fellow - Surveying/Geospatial Science

NATIONAL SCHOOL of SURVEYING UNIVERSITY of OTAGO

Is looking for a new permanent academic colleague with expertise in Surveying/Geospatial Science, to appoint as either a Lecturer or Professional Practice Fellow.

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Job Opening – PYTHON Developer

The Arab Land Initiative is looking for a dynamic Senior Python Developer to support UN-Habitat and the Global Land Tool Network on a number of projects implementing the Social Domain Model (STDM)tool in the Arab region. Candidates with experience in Python and SQL development for desktop or web applications are encouraged to apply even if they do not have previous experience with STDM. The consultant will work on the STDM tool customization and enhancement, and on capacity development and country engagement activities.

Application deadline: 16 December 2021
Work location: Home-based with missions
Expected duration: 8 months (renewable)

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Assistant Professor of Geomatics/Geodesy in the School of Forest, Fisheries, and Geomatics Sciences at the University of Florida

Qualifications Required:

A doctorate (foreign equivalent acceptable) in Geodesy, Surveying, Geomatics, or closely related discipline (e.g., Physics or Engineering) is required.  Candidates should have demonstrated skills in teaching and research in geodesy, verbal and written communication, interpersonal relationships, procurement of extramural funding, and forming and working in partnership with industry, agencies, and organizations. Examples of demonstrating these skills include but are not limited to number and quality of, and feedback resulting from: courses instructed; presentations; workshops administered; papers/articles published; and research projects in which the candidate led or participated. Candidates must be supportive of the mission of the Land-Grant system.  Candidates must also have a commitment to IFAS core values of excellence, diversity, global involvement, and accountability. 

Preferred: Postdoctoral experience, experience with online teaching, and knowledge of ABET accreditation procedures is desirable. 

Closing data: 31 December, 2021

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