As a Slope Monitoring Application Scientist, you will be responsible for the management, installation, and maintenance of the IBIS ground based synthetic aperture radar system. The IBIS is used to monitor ground movements in potentially unstable slopes to determine the risk of failure of that specific slope. The Application Scientist is responsible for the training, installation, and maintenance of the IBIS systems throughout North America. This includes training the customers, repairs of damaged parts, and answering customer questions offsite. The job requires travelling up to 50% of the time. Basic computer skills are mandatory, and knowledge of networking is preferred. Knowledge of basic geology and structural geology is a plus. The Application Scientist is responsible for working with their manager to plan and organize their own travel schedule. Applicants should hold or be able to obtain a U.S. Passport because travel out of the country is sometimes necessary. You will be representing IDS and should maintain professional communication.
IDS GeoRadar is headquartered in Pisa, Italy with offices in five countries (Italy, the United States, Brazil, South Africa and Australia) and around 500 employees worldwide with experience and expertise in the most sophisticated technologies. We are specialized in designing and providing tailor-made products and services for subsurface investigation, object detection behind walls and monitoring of structure and terrain movements and vibrations. 30 years of experience make IDS one of the major providers of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), Interferometric Radar and Through the Wall Radar technologies. IDS GeoRadar is a part of Hexagon.