Provide specialist groundwater hydrological input into the Water Resources Assessment program of work.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
- Manage projects that evaluate hydrological and hydrogeological data in office and field environments.
- Deploy industry leading water resource assessment techniques and standards.
- Prepare all necessary reporting, including financial, technical and progress reports to the funding agency for and on behalf of the Water Resources Division.
- Liaise with staff of a range of relevant representative organisations in relation to project delivery.
- Facilitate landowner and land manager participation in projects.
- Prepare reports for projects.
- Degree in Civil Engineering, Geology or an Applied Science, or similar relevant tertiary qualification.
- Proven professional experience in hydrogeological and hydrological assessment, and demonstrated ability to manage complex projects and multi-disciplinary project teams.
- Demonstrated ability to interact effectively and communicate with indigenous and pastoral landowners, various non-government organisations, community groups and external clients, including people from diverse cultures.
- Demonstrated knowledge of hydrogeology and catchment processes.
- Practical and current knowledge of equipment and technology related to the investigation of water resources.
- Experience using remote sensing and Geospatial Information System (GIS) tools for the analysis and presentation of water resource datasets.
- Ability to undertake fieldwork in remote areas for extended periods of up to six weeks’ duration.
- Hold or have ability to obtain an NT Drivers licence.
- Post graduate qualifications in hydrogeology.
- Experience as a facilitator.