Product Manager at the Alaska Earthquake Center
The Alaska Earthquake Center is hiring the position of Product Manager. This is a leadership position with primary responsibility for ensuring the integrity of the center’s data products, ranging from earthquake parameters and raw seismic waveforms, to metadata. The purview of the position includes the center’s quality control procedures and a lead role in the development and implementation of new products. This individual will be directly involved in the day-to-day activities of several people and, depending on qualifications, may lead a team of staff.
The Alaska Earthquake Center is part of the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The center’s mission spans monitoring, research, and public engagement. The Product Manager is expected to have involvements across all three mission areas, and maintain substantial internal and external communications. Close involvement with the research community and stakeholders is critical to understanding how the center’s products are used and what the center’s development priorities should be.
Alaska has long been a land of growth and opportunity. The unparalleled tectonics and landscape create countless science opportunities as well as hazards with a profound impact on society. We are seeking a career colleague who embraces this spirit and is drawn to the prospect of being part of a mission that matters.
Full description and application information can be found at http://careers.alaska.edu/cw/en-us/job/510024/alaska-earthquake-center-product-manager. Application review begins September 7. This position will be hired at either the Research Professional 4 or Research Professional 5 level depending on experience. Questions about the position can be directed to Michael West (email@example.com).
As a public, regional, comprehensive university, UAF is committed to building a culturally diverse and inclusive organization and strongly encourages women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.