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Thank you for your interest in the Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets! We have two positions available at this time. 

Research Engineer - The Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets (CReSIS) at the University of Kansas seeks a Research Engineer to work with faculty, staff, and students to perform research on airborne sensor systems for science applications in the cryosphere. The person in this position will be responsible for collaborating with engineering faculty, staff and students to develop and integrate airborne sensors and other sensor technologies for remote sensing applications. This person will also contribute to the design and implementation of new and unique microwave, radio frequency, high-speed digital and other prototype hardware systems. Required qualifications are: 1: Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering or a related field and 3 years of related experience OR a Master’s degree.  2. Three or more years of experience with microwave, radio frequency, or high-speed digital printed circuit board (PCB) design and layout.3: Experience with test equipment and software tools for electronics design, verification and documentation evidenced in work history or course work. 4: Strong written communication skills, based on application materials and/or work history. 5: Willingness and capability to participate in field deployments (both airborne and in-situ) to Polar Regions for durations of up to two months two times per year

To apply: https://employment.ku.edu/staff/9488BR .  Application deadline is August 13, 2017.

Student Office Assistant - This position will assist CReSIS lab managers with inventory, lab organization and data entry.

To apply: http://employment.ku.edu/student/9551BR

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