Research Associate Spatial Data Science Jobs in Ahmedabad - IIMA

Last Date to Apply: 04-03-2020
Research Associate Spatial Data Science - Job Details Date of Posting: 04-03-2020

IIM Ahmedabad RequiresResearch Associate – Spatial Data Science

The RA will be paid a consolidated monthly gross salary in the range of Rs. 25,000 to Rs. 30,000 (depending on experience and Institute policies). Other employment benefits (if any) will be determined by Institute policies. 

Applicants for the position must have the following minimum qualifications/skills: 1. An undergraduate degree in engineering/architecture, or a master’s degree in any other relevant discipline from a reputed institution 2. Proficiency (work experience) in Geographic Information Systems, specifically satellite/remote sensing data collection/preparation, raster image processing (specifically land use/cover and built environment classification),and spatial analysis using QGIS software 3. Basic knowledge of undergraduate level statistics .

Desirable qualifications include: 1. Hands-on experience in any statistical software, preferably R/Stata 2. Experience in network analysis using QGIS .

How To Apply ForIIM Ahmedabad RequiresResearch Associate – Spatial Data Science

Candidates meeting the above criteria should send one consolidated PDF file containing: a) a one-page resume, and b) a work sample (not exceeding five pages) demonstrating the required GIS skills/experience, to gisrecruitment2020@gmail.com by midnight Sunday, March 29, 2020. The subject line of the application email should read “RA_Application_GIS.” Shortlisted candidates may be invited for a telephone/Skype/in-person interview.  

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