Job Announcements from BLM

A message from BLM: We are pleased to announce new, exciting positions available at BLM – BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT.   It is our hope that qualified, career oriented individuals at your organization or other professionals known to you will actively consider this position and apply accordingly.  Efforts on your part to disseminate this information are greatly appreciated.

Position Information:
Job Description:  Geologist/Petroleum Engineer;
Announcement Number:  NM Merit-2018-0070;
Location(s) of position:  Santa Fe, NM, US;
Salary:  (USD) $85,860 – (USD) $111,618; Applications will be accepted until:  08/22/2018.
For additional information on this job posting, please click here.

Position Information:
Job Description:  General Engineer;
Announcement Number:  NM-DEU-2018-0048;
Location(s) of position:  Amarillo, TX, US;
Salary:  (USD) $61,218 – (USD) $79,586;
Applications will be accepted until:  08/16/2018.
For additional information on this job posting, please click here.

Position Information:
Job Description:  Archaeologist;
Announcement Number:  NV-DEU-2018-0106;
Location(s) of position:  Las Vegas, NV, US;
Salary:  (USD) $61,812 – (USD) $80,358;
Applications will be accepted until:  08/16/2018 (or before).
For additional information on this job posting, please click here.

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COS Discover Science Lecture Series—Jaime Casap— Wednesday, August 22

Jaime Casap, Education Evangelist, Google
August 22, Discover Science Lecture: Generation Z is going to college; are you ready?

College of Science Discover Science Lecture Series: bringing the world’s leading scientists to the community
https://www.unr.edu/dsls

Free and open to the public
Lectures start at 7 PM
Davidson Math and Science Center, Room 110
Free parking is available in the lot located at the southeast corner of 9th Street and Record Street.

Jaime Casap is the Education Evangelist at Google. Jaime evangelizes the power and potential of technology and the web as enabling and supporting tools in pursuit of inquiry-based learning models. Jaime collaborates with school systems, educational organizations, and leaders around the world focused on building innovation into our education policies and practices. He speaks on education, technology, innovation, and generation z, at events around the world.

In addition to his role at Google, Jaime is also the author of “Our First Talk About Poverty,” as a way to talk to children about poverty. He serves on a number of boards for organizations focused on education and equity. Jaime teaches a 10th-grade communication class at the Phoenix Coding Academy, a computer science public school he helped launch in Phoenix, and guest lectures at Arizona State University.

He was recently named as the ASU GSV 2018 Innovator of Color and received an Honorary Doctorate of Humanities from Felician University. You can follow and reach him on Twitter at @jcasap.

August 22, Discover Science Lecture: Generation Z is going to college; are you ready?

Generation Z is the first truly native digital generation; they have never known a world without constant connectivity. Technology is just part of their lives. This impacts what and how they learn. They are experiencing a more student-centric education model with technology as the enabling and supporting capability. They are also experiencing a renewed focus on critical skills such as problem-solving, collaboration, iteration, and global competency. While K12 is undergoing a transformation, higher education has been slower to adapt.

Unraveling Tectonic History through Sedimentation and Structural Geology

A Trip in Memory of Jim Trexler
September 7th – 9th, 2018

A message from NPGS: We are pleased to announce Unraveling Tectonic History through Sedimentation and Structural Geology: A Trip in Memory of Jim Trexler September 7th – 9th, 2018. Because there is a limited capacity for this event, we recommend advanced registration. With 20 confirmed registrations so far, spots are filling up fast.

Click here for more information or to register online and reserve your seat (scroll to bottom of page).
https://s07.123signup.com/event/details/hnjvb?mid=5044465
Registration deadline is August 24 (extended from August 17).

The event details are as follows:
Organization:  Nevada Petroleum and Geothermal Society (NPGS)
Event Name:  Unraveling Tectonic History through Sedimentation and Structural Geology: A Trip in Memory of Jim Trexler
Date(s):  [Sep 7 2018, 07:00 AM] – [Sep 9 2018, 10:00 PM]
Location:  Reno/Elko

Overview:  A 3-day field trip through Nevada focusing on sites studied by Jim Trexler. Stop leaders include Jim’s wife, Pat Cashman, along with Jim’s colleagues and friends, Dan Sturmer, Erica Key, Gwen Linde, Don French, Bill Ehni, Jerry Walker and Tim Lawton.

Nevada Petroleum and Geothermal Society is dedicating its 2018 field trip to the memory of our friend and colleague, Jim Trexler. The 2018 field trip, titled Unraveling Tectonic History through Sedimentation and Structural Geology: A Trip in Memory of Jim Trexler, will focus on sites in Nevada that were significant to Jim and his work. The trip span 3 days and 2 nights. Please see the detailed itinerary for more information and a detailed list of stops.

Additionally, NPGS is seeking help with the field trip in the following areas:

Guide Book Contributions – NPGS would like to include stories and remembrances of Jim in the guidebook and anyone who has something to share is encourage to contact the Field Trip Chair, Dan Sturmer, for more information.

For further information, contact:
Dan Sturmer – Field Trip Chair
Phone: (775) 745-2909
Email: Daniel.Sturmer@uc.edu

Job Announcement from BLM—Mining Engineer: Closing Tomorrow!

A message from Daniel Atkinson, BLM: “The BLM is currently recruiting for a mining engineer in Battle Mountain, Nevada.  I believe geological engineers would meet the requirements, as well.  Applicants must meet the educational requirements and have one year of experience in any combination of the following: serve as a specialist performing work in minerals exploration, development & production activities such as review/prepare exploration plans or the extraction of minerals, evaluate mineral resources, inspect mining operations & reclamation activities.”

Job Information—Mining Engineer:
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/503061600
Closing date: July 24, 2018

NMEC 2018 Great Basin Rendezvous—September 13–16

The 6th Annual Great Basin Rendezvous registration is now available!

“It is that time of year again to begin sign-up for Nevada Mineral Exploration Coalition’s 2018 Great Basin Rendezvous. This year, we have added an extra day to the front, so the GBR will be held from Thursday, September 13 at 1:00 p.m. through Sunday, September 16, 2018, at Camp Lamoille in the Ruby Mountains. The cost for an NMEC member is $20.00 and for a non-member is $100.00 (includes a 1 year NMEC membership – good through 2019). Additional family members are $10.00.

For those of you who have never been to Camp Lamoille in the Ruby Mountains, it is situated in a beautiful glacial valley located approximately 25 miles southeast of Elko, Nevada.”

On Saturday, September 15 there will be a “9:00 AM field trip led by Larry Garside, Research Geologist Emeritus, Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology. This will be a driving field trip focusing on geology of the Ruby Mountains with added historical discussions from the town of Lamoille, up and over Secret Pass, south along the east flank of the Rubies, up and over Harrison pass…” (from NMEC website)

To sign up, please go to the NVMEC website:
https://www.nvmec.org/gbrregistration

New Open-File Report—in Elko County

Subsurface Trenching Investigation in Support of the Barrick Goldstrike N. Carlin Trend Structure Project
by Richard D. Koehler and Colin M. Chupik
Year: 2018
Series: Open-File Report 18-2
Format: text: 18 pages, color; 12 plates: 11 x 17 inches, color
Scale: 1:60
View/download/purchase

Surface geomorphic analyses and subsurface geologic trenching was conducted by the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology at a site in the Tuscarora Mountains in Elko County, Nevada within the northern Carlin Trend. The purpose of the investigation was to assess the presence or absence of active faults, refine previous bedrock mapping, and document the locations of stratigraphic contacts and the character of faults and other discontinuities. Surficial evidence of Quaternary faulting was not observed in the project area; however, the Southeast Sheep Creek Range fault and the Tuscarora fault zone project towards the site. Two east-west oriented trenches were excavated for a total exposure of ~3,000 feet (~915 meters). Bedrock exposed in the trenches included the Devonian Slaven Formation and the Tertiary Carlin Formation. Numerous small displacement faults, joints, and other discontinuities associated with carbonate seams and secondary mineralization were documented. A well-developed textural B soil horizon is developed across the entire exposure indicating that tectonic deformation predates the late Pleistocene. Together, the results provide information applicable to refining bedrock maps and improving regional and local structural models.

Job Announcements from BLM

A message from BLM: We are pleased to announce new, exciting positions available at BLM – BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT.   It is our hope that qualified, career oriented individuals at your organization or other professionals known to you will actively consider this position and apply accordingly.  Efforts on your part to disseminate this information are greatly appreciated.

Job Description:  Geologist;
Announcement Number:  NM-DEU-2018-0032;
Location(s) of position:  Norman, OK, US;
Salary:  (USD) $73,375 – (USD) $95,388;
Applications will be accepted until:  07/24/2018.
For additional information on this job posting, please go to:
https://jobs.monstergovt.com/blm/vacancy/viewVacancyDetail!execute.hms?orgId=3&jnum=120399

Job Description:  Geologist;
Announcement Number:  NM Merit-2018-0066;
Location(s) of position:  Norman, OK, US;
Salary:  (USD) $73,375 – (USD) $95,388;
Applications will be accepted until:  07/24/2018.
For additional information on this job posting, please go to:
https://jobs.monstergovt.com/blm/vacancy/viewVacancyDetail!execute.hms?orgId=3&jnum=120698

Job Description:  Petroleum Engineer;
Announcement Number:  NM Merit-2018-0064;
Location(s) of position:  Carlsbad, NM, US;
Salary:  (USD) $48,403 – (USD) $111,618; Applications will be accepted until:  07/18/2018.
For additional information on this job posting, please go to:
https://jobs.monstergovt.com/blm/vacancy/viewVacancyDetail!execute.hms?orgId=3&jnum=120630

Job Description:  Petroleum Engineer;
Announcement Number:  NM-DEU-2018-0039;
Location(s) of position:  Carlsbad, NM, US;
Salary:  (USD) $43,328 – (USD) $68,895;
Applications will be accepted until:  07/18/2018.
For additional information on this job posting, please go to:
https://jobs.monstergovt.com/blm/vacancy/viewVacancyDetail!execute.hms?orgId=3&jnum=120629

Job Description:  Planning and Environmental Coordinator (Recent Graduate);
Announcement Number:  NM-PTHWYS-2018-0012;
Location(s) of position:  Socorro, NM, US;
Salary:  (USD) $61,218 – (USD) $79,586;
Applications will be accepted until:  07/19/2018.
For additional information on this job posting, please go to:
https://jobs.monstergovt.com/blm/vacancy/viewVacancyDetail!execute.hms?orgId=3&jnum=120626

Job Description:  Archaeologist;
Announcement Number:  NV-DEU-2018-0100;
Location(s) of position:  Las Vegas, NV, US;
Salary:  (USD) $61,812 – (USD) $80,358;
Applications will be accepted until:  07/27/2018.
For additional information on this job posting, please go to:
https://jobs.monstergovt.com/blm/vacancy/viewVacancyDetail!execute.hms?orgId=3&jnum=120708