LASER SCANNING RESEARCH ASSOCIATE
An Equal Opportunity Employer
OPENING DATE: Tue. 08/04/20
CLOSING DATE: Continuous
SALARY: $43,251.00 annually
JOB TYPE: Unclassified, one year position with possible extension
LOCATION: NCPTT offices in Natchitoches, Louisiana
Applications are invited from qualified candidates for a Laser Scanning Research Associate at the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT). NCPTT is an office of the National Park Service (NPS) located on the NSU campus in Natchitoches, Louisiana. NCPTT serves the historic preservation community nationwide by advancing the application of science and technology to historic preservation issues. The Laser Scanning Research Associate will be an employee of Northwestern State University of Louisiana.
To Apply: Send a letter of interest and resume to:
645 University Parkway
Natchitoches, LA 71457
Attn. Chief of Technical Services
FAX to 318-356-9119
or email to Jason_ firstname.lastname@example.org
Position is open until filled. For more information, call 318-356-7444.
The successful candidate will be subject to a background check, as a condition of employment.
- Knowledge of 3 D laser scanning hardware and software (bonus for experience with FARO Focus Scanners).
- Experience with various photographic techniques and editing software.
- Base knowledge of architectural history (particularly vernacular architecture) and labor history of the United States.
- Ability to travel for weeks on end to various rural locations throughout the United States.
- Strong written and oral communication skills.
- Ability to work and travel in a team.
- Working knowledge of computer programs such as Microsoft Office Suite, Auto CAD, 3D modeling software, and 3D scanning software (including FARO Scene) to produce reports, spreadsheets, and process 3D scans.
The Laser Scanning Research Associate will travel to historic sites throughout the United States to document existing slave cabins and tenant farming houses. The Laser Scanning Research Associate will document these vernacular structures using photography and 3D laser scanning. These scans will then be processing into walk thought videos as well as other products used for documentation, education, and preservation.
More information can be found at; http://agency.governmentjobs.com/louisiana/job_bulletin.cfm?JobID=2829425
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