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May

Technical Specialist – Space Weather Network

Bureau of Meteorology - Melbourne, VIC

IT
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JOB DESCRIPTION

The Bureau of Meteorology is seeking a dedicated, highly talented professional to fill the role of Technical Specialist, in the National Observing Operations (NOO) Space Weather Network Operations (SWN) Team. The successful applicant will be integral in ensuring the SWN team is meeting its program objectives including acting as a liaison with stakeholder groups on technical aspects of the observing network, review and contribute to working documentation, prepare and deliver reports and provide technical expertise on business development opportunities in line with the Bureau's strategy.


The NOO SWN team sits within the Bureau's Data & Digital Group and is primarily responsible for providing operational support to a broad range of specialist infrastructure (both remotely and locally) at several sites across Australia and its Territories. The observing network features instruments and sensors, which include: Ionospheric radars (ionosondes), Magnetometers, Scintillation (Total Electron Content) monitors, Solar Optical and Radio sensors, Riometers, Aurora monitors and Neutron monitors. Observations are combined with data from satellites and other sources to monitor space weather and provide the national services and advice on space weather conditions.


To operate effectively as a Technical Officer (TO4) you will undertake moderate to very complex operational and network support tasks whilst working under the general guidance of the Manager, SWN Operations. These tasks will include the coordination of resources for maintenance, inspections and return to service of sophisticated technologies, advanced system diagnostics and fault finding; technical administration, facilitate knowledge sharing and provide support to teams working in remote environments to encourage a network-wide consistent approach to practices and system.


Our ideal candidate will have a strong radio/electronics and data communications background.


REF: 0555LC

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