Research Assistant (Remote Sensing & GIS) job opportunities in Zoological Survey of India
No. of Post : 01
Qualification : 1. A first-Class MSc with majors in Remote Sensing / Geoinformatics / Environmental or any Life Sciences. 2. Candidate should have at least five years of working experience in using Remote Sensing & GIS tools. 3. Should have CMAS** or PADI advanced open water certification – or CMAS* or PADI open water certification with at least 80 dives logged in, and possessing extensive experience in marine fieldwork. 4. Ability to communicate fluently and clearly in English. 5. Should have a proven research record with publications to showcase. 6. Should be physically fit and not averse to fieldwork.
Desirable : 1. Ph.D. degree in Remote Sensing / Geoinformatics or Natural resources mapping. 2. Statistical expertise – used software such as Statistica, SPSS, R, etc., 3. Experience of leading and working with varied groups of people and cultures, especially with research scholars from different scientific fields, volunteers and interns. 4. Experience in setting up and running a field station
Salary : Rs.44,900/- plus HRA as admissible to Central Government employees based on the VIIth CPC recommendations.
Place of Posting : LCRMN field lab of the Marine Biology Regional Centre, Zoological Survey of India, Kavaratti. U. T. of Lakshadweep - 682555
How To Apply ForResearch Assistant (Remote Sensing & GIS) job opportunities in Zoological Survey of India
send the detailed Curriculum Vitae and copies of certificates of educational qualifications, training etc., with a cover letter explaining interest and suitability to the job post, to reach Principal Investigator, Long-term Coral Reef Monitoring Programme - Lakshadweep, Marine Biology Regional Centre, Zoological Survey of India, 130 Santhome High Road, Chennai – 600028, on or before the closing date of filing the applications. A pdf copy of the application with the documents (as a single file) can be emailed to email@example.com The short-listed candidates will be intimated by email to attend the interview.
About Zoological Survey of India ZSI
The Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) was established on 1st July, 1916 to promote survey, exploration and research leading to the advancement in our knowledge of various aspects of exceptionally rich life of the erstwhile British Indian Empire