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Jobs at Bren

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Permanent Faculty Positions Open:

Assistant Professor in Environmental Data Science
Open date: 9/11/20
Next review date: 10/26/20
Final date: 7/1/21

Jack and Laura Dangermond Chair in Conservation Science
Open date: 3/13/20
Next review date: 9/20/20
Final date: 6/30/21

Temporary Teaching Positions Open:

Temporary Teaching Positions 
Open date: 3/8/21
Next review date: 4/1/21
Final date: 10/31/21

Staff Positions Open:

Technical Services Analyst, Job #16613
Open date: 3/23/21
Primary consideration date: 4/7/21; thereafter open until filled
The Technical Services Analyst (TSA) provides IT support and specialized data science software support. This position is a member of the Bren School compute team, supporting all information technology needs by the Bren Community. Specifically, the Technical Services Analyst will support student, staff and faculty computing needs for the new Master of Environmental Data Science program, including installing software, troubleshooting pc/mac software and hardware problems, troubleshooting network connectivity, imaging desktops, some server support, supporting audio/video equipment, managing inventories of equipment. Serves as a primary point of contact regarding computing services for students, faculty, and staff in the Master of Environmental Data Science (MEDS) program. Provides excellent customer service, and offers well rounded IT skills and solid organization skills. Reports to the Systems Administration Supervisor. Provides technical support at two locations; Bren Hall on campus and the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis in downtown Santa Barbara. View complete description and qualifications; search for job no. 16613.


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