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The West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey (State Agency) seeks to fill one (1) full-time Geologist II position :

The West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey (State Agency) is seeking to fill a full time permanent position of a Survey Geologist II to work in the Coal Section. Minimum education required is a Master's of Science Degree in Geology from an accredited four-year college or university or a Bachelors of Science Degree in Geology and two years of full-time or part-time equivalent paid experience as a professional geologist.

Duties will involve data entry and verification, computer mapping of various coal parameters, conducting coal and noncoal-related field work through the State and answering questions about various aspect of West Virginia coal geology to non-Survey clients.

Experience or familiarity with the concepts of coal geology and resource estimation desired; field mapping experience beyond required field camp a plus. Familiarity with basic computer software, such as the Microsoft Office suite is required. Experience with ArcMap is also a positive. Some overnight travel will be required.

Pay grade 15 of WV Division of Personnel-Minimum salary $31,164.00

Interested candidates should send their resume and have three (3) letters of reference sent to: West Virginia Geological Survey,
Attn: Nancy Lilly,
1 Mont Chateau Road,
Morgantown, WV 26508-8079,
email nlilly@geosrv.wvnet.edu.

The closing date for resumes is January 23, 2012. Any questions, call 304-594-2331.


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