Temple University has an opening for a postdoc in the urban hydrology research group, funded by the William Penn Foundation Delaware River Watershed Initiative. The overall goal is to evaluate the physical, chemical, and biological controls on urban streams in the Philadelphia, PA area. The successful candidate will work with geoscientists and engineers on characterizing urban streams both in the field and through computer modeling. There will be opportunities to work with interdisciplinary teams, develop monitoring programs, help supervise student research, and be involved in citizen science campaigns. The candidate must have a Ph.D. in a hydrology-related topic, experience in field methods, and knowledge of modeling applications.
To apply, send application materials to Dr. Laura Toran ([email protected]). Include the following:
- CV describing education, work history, and publications,
- names and contact information for three references,
- cover letter with statement of interest and description of relevant experience.
The application deadline has been extended to January 20, 2018.
The position will be for a 12-month appointment with potential for renewal and the start time for the position is flexible based on the candidate’s availability.