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Data and Information Management Specialist

Department: Earth Science Effective Date: November 7, 1997
Grade: USG 9 Reports to:

General Accountability

The holder of this position will provide administrative assistance and technical assistance in support of (1) the NSERC-GE Chair in Contaminant Hydrogeology, (2) Cherry/Parker research projects funded outside the NSERC Chair, and (3) the University Consortium Solvents-in-Groundwater Research Program.  The person will provide administrative assistance involving proposal preparation, research proposal budget preparation, expenditures tracking and expenditures planning and related financial matters that require interfacing and co-ordinating between various research domains, including the NSERC Chair and related research projects, the Consortium Program, the Office of Research Administration and Financial Services.  She/he will also be the records archivist involving compilation and archiving  of geographic, geologic, hydrologic and chemical and other data maps and photographs, from several long-term research sites: the Laidlaw research site, the LIS study of Lambton County, the Borden research site and eventually other sites.  Through these activities she/he will support the management and research activities of both the NSERC Chair and related research projects for which Cherry and/or Parker are principle investigators, and also the University Consortium Solvents-In-Groundwater Research Program.  In addition to archiving information, the person will prepare versions of scientific and technical diagrams that are suitable for use in presentations and publications.

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