Soil Freeze has an opening for a temporary data management person. The job will be about 40 hours a week for about 6 months, and could transition to a more substantive position.
Soil Freeze works on many sites around the country; freezing the subsurface to provide stable conditions for various types projects, like building the new seawall on the Seattle waterfront. Their equipment and the ground freezing efforts are monitored by data transmission to their Seattle office. They need someone to download the data, plot the data, and look for trends, like warming or signs of failures, etc.
If you are interested, please e-mail a resume to Dan Mageau ASAP. They want to hire immediately. You can reach Dan at dmageau