- Apply your hydroclimate research expertise to innovative projects with real world-impact
- Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team researching climate change impacts on hydrology
- Join CSIRO, Australia’s leading scientific research organisation
As a Senior Hydroclimate Scientist, you will contribute to research into the hydrological impacts of climate change and adaptation in the water resources and related sectors, particularly across the Murray-Darling Basin, a vitally important food bowl located in south-eastern Australia. You will make scientific advancements in multi-disciplinary research, particularly at the interface of climate and water, and be expected to provide leadership in the impacts of climate change on water and the associated flow-on impacts to agriculture, society and the environment.
You will work on a range of externally-funded projects in south-eastern Australia, including the Water and Environment Research Program (WERP) funded by the Murray-Darling Basin Authority, and the Victorian Water and Climate Initiative funded by the Victorian Department of Land and Water Planning.