[cgu-hs-l] cgu-hs-l] CGU-HS News 26 February 2014
Daniel.Peters at ec.gc.ca
Wed Feb 26 10:33:20 MST 2014
Computer Modeller, Yellowknife NWT
We seek a hydrological modeller with a working knowledge of C++, and an
excellent understanding of northern hydrology and cold regions
hydrological processes, and experience with running hydrological models
for prediction, and hydrometric and hydrometeorological data management.
Once appointed, the successful applicant will be trained at the Centre
for Hydrology, University of Saskatchewan, on the Cold Regions
Hydrological Model (CRHM). He or she will then be stationed at the
Department of Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) office in
Yellowknife. This position is funded by a grant from the Canadian Water
Network for the purpose of knowledge application. The modeller will be
responsible for the interactive training of ENR staff on the use and
application of CRHM for the purpose of improving their predictive
capacity with respect to water resources in the Northwest Territories.
The modeller will also work with a model interface developer for the
purpose of refining and customising the interface so that it meets the
needs of the ENR and their user communities. This is a one-year position
commencing 1 April, 2014, with a salary of $62,000, plus benefits and
vacation pay. Applicants are invited to submit a CV, cover letter and
the names and contact details of three referees. Applications and
questions regarding this position should be directed to the address
below. Applications by email are preferred.
Cold Regions Research Centre,
Wilfrid Laurier University,
Waterloo, Canada, N2L 3C5.
wquinton at wlu.ca
Daniel Lee Peters, Ph.D., P.Geo.
Research Scientist, Watershed Hydrologist
Watershed Hydrology & Ecology Research Division
Environment Canada @
Water - Climate Impacts Research Centre
POB 3060 STN CSC
University of Victoria.
Victoria BC V8W 3R4
email: Daniel.Peters at ec.gc.ca
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