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Geospatial Science Data Analyst

The Arizona State University Center for Global Discovery and Conservation Science (GDCS) leads spatially explicit scientific and technological research focused on mitigating and adapting to global environmental change. We routinely work with multiple scales and sources of geospatial data, including airborne imaging spectroscopy data collected using our Global Airborne Observatory platform, field survey data, drone imagery, and satellite imagery. Our scientific and mapping products are relied upon by a variety of stakeholders, including government agencies, non-profit organizations, and local communities, to inform conservation and restoration activities. The full-time analyst will work with a team of remote sensing scientists to assist in the modeling and analysis of several large datasets, performing data analyses as well as helping run and improve statistical, biophysical, and machine learning models to produce accurate and detailed maps and information about coral reefs, their status, dynamics, and the potential influence of terrestrial processes and human activities.

Business Operations Specialist

Our Center seeks a reliable and organized individual to serve as part-time Business Operations Specialist to support our growing programs. Under the direct supervision of the Center Director and Assistant Director, this position will be essential in supporting the people, assets, and vendors working within the ʻĀkoʻakoʻa Restoration Program. The ideal candidate will be a creative problem-solver and highly organized to keep track of expenses, vendors, relationships, and assets using budgeting, accounting, and task management systems.  They will have basic knowledge of the principles, practices and methods of accounting, budgeting, and inventory management. They will also have knowledge of basic project management, coordinating activities, and establishing priorities. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. Skill in effective communication, both verbal and written.

Research Vessel Operator

The ASU Center for Global Discovery and Conservation Science (GDCS) is an enterprising organization that leads the multi-agency ʻĀkoʻakoʻa Reef Restoration Program on Hawaiʻi Island, focused on improving coral reef outcomes and community participation along the 190 km stretch of coastline.  The ʻĀkoʻakoʻa program requires an integrated combination of activities with diverse personnel, multiple marine and aviation assets, land-based facilities, and operations to achieve mission success.  We seek top personnel to grow all programmatic elements and to shape scientific and culturally-based solutions for reef resilience on Hawaiʻi Island.

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The Center for Global Discovery and Conservation and Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory are housed within Arizona State University Knowledge Enterprise. If you are looking for an impactful career at ASU, take a look at other openings within Knowledge Enterprise.