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Salem State Seeks Adjunct Faculty of Remote Sensing, Geo-Information Science
Salem State University has TWO immediate openings for Geo-Information Science Graduate Program in spring 2018.
One Adjunct instructor is sought to teach a graduate course on the analysis of remote sensing imagery. Experience with remote sensing analysis software and a thorough understanding of remote sensing science, image processing, and data analytic procedures are required. The ability to teach using leading software such as ERDAS Imagine, ENVI, and/or IDRISI is required. Class will run Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm beginning January 16, 2018. Additional responsibilities may include participation in course assessment, department/program meetings, and meeting all responsibilities/requirements as required for part-time faculty. Remote Sensing Instructor Job Listing
Also sought is Adjunct instructor to teach a graduate course on the analysis and design of spatial databases. Experience with spatial database software and a thorough understanding of spatial database structures, design (including Structured Query Language (SQL)), implementation, and maintenance are required. The ability to teach using leading software such as ESRI's Desktop and Enterprise (ArcSDE) Geodatabases or PostgreSQL/PostGIS is required. Class will run Thursday evenings at 6:30pm beginning January 18, 2018. Spatial Databases Instructor Job Listing