Position Title: Nightshift Watch Stander (Thai Nationality)
Open Period: 22 October - 30 November 2019
The Tsunami Watch Stander supports earthquake observation, calculation, and interpretation for the location of an earthquake, magnitude determination, evaluation of its potential to generate a tsunami, evaluation of the degree of tsunami threat, and in the preparation of relevant tsunami messages. He/She shall mainly support the night work shift.
RIMES Regional Facility, Asian Institute of Technology campus, Pathumthani, Thailand
Type of Contract:
One-year initially, renewable for longer term on excellent performance
Remuneration and Benefits:
- Monthly base salary negotiable, commensurate with qualifications
Health, life insurance
Annual leave allowance of 24 days
Knowledge: At least Technical Diploma in any computer-related program
Experience: Experience in Unix/Linux operating systems is desired, but not required
Skills and Abilities: Basic reading and speaking English proficiency
Personal Qualities: Preferably Thai national, sound judgment and reasoning ability, emotional stability, excellent inter-personal skills and team-oriented work style, interest in working in a multi-cultural environment, strong desire to learn, willingness to work hard, a good sense of humor and fun, but with seriousness on the quality and excellence of work
How to Apply:
Send application letter and CV, stating salary expectation, and including names and contact details of two referees, not later than 30 November 2019, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include ‘Tsunami Watch Stander Position’ in the Subject line of the email. Application letter should be addressed to:
Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
The Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early Warning System for Africa and Asia (RIMES) is an international and intergovernmental organization, owned and managed by its Member States. RIMES provides regional early warning services and builds capacity of its Member States in the end-to-end early warning of tsunami and hydro-meteorological hazards. Please check the website for more details.