Assistant Project Scientist: Water Resources Engineering
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Davis invites applications for an Assistant Project Scientist in the area of Water Resources Engineering.
Basic qualifications include a PhD in engineering, hydrology, limnology or a related field, and experience with the measurement and analysis of time series lake data and lake modeling. Demonstrated ability to conduct and lead field limnology experiments that includes the collection and analysis of time series data, biogeochemical data, and meteorological data. Demonstrated experience with the use of numerical lake models. A demonstrated ability to quickly turn research results into peer-reviewed publications. Experience with communicating with a diverse set of stakeholders.
Additional qualifications: experience in working on small boats, experience working in isolated locations under harsh climatic conditions, excellent computing skills using Matlab and similar software. Fluency in Spanish to enable participation in projects in Latin America and Spain.
Preferred qualifications: experience working with and mentoring graduate students and field technicians.
Salary and appointment level are commensurate with experience.
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