Start reviewing process: 22 November 2022
Start reviewing process:
22 November 2022
The ideal candidate will be able to provide evidence of the following skills and attributes:
- Strong background in quantitative coastal physical sciences, with a high level of numerical ability.
- PhD in physical oceanography, sediment transport, fluid dynamics, coastal engineering, marine sciences or a related discipline.
- Demonstrated experience in at least one (preferably two) of the following: (1) leading and conducting field work in an estuarine or similar environment, including understanding of calibration and deployment of suspended sediment, current and wave meters, and understanding of health and safety protocols, or (2) undertaking laboratory experiments of physical processes, (3) numerical modelling or data analysis of hydrodynamics and/or sediment transport.
- Ability to analyse timeseries data in Matlab (or Fortran, Python).
- A team-player who has a demonstrated ability to communicate professional and effectively with other team members.
- Demonstrated ability to complete projects to deadlines and produce outputs of a high standard.
- Demonstrated publication record in physical oceanography, sediment transport, fluid dynamics, coastal engineering, marine sciences or a related discipline.
- Thorough understanding of small-scale turbulence, flows in vegetated environments, and estuarine sediment transport.
- Experience with Delft3D modelling suite.
- Experience with image processing.
- An understanding of LINUX.
This is a 1.5 year, fixed-term position, with start date from 1 February 2023, (some flexibility anticipated). For more information on the research group see https://juliamullarney.com/ or questions may be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
All applications must be submitted online at https://www.waikato.ac.nz/vacancies/current-vacancies
Vacancy number: 420440
The position is open until filled but review of applications will start on 22 November (NZ time).
Associate Professor Julia Mullarney
Coastal Marine Group,
Co-leader, Earth and Environmental Sciences,
Te Aka Mātuatua - School of Science, University of Waikato, New Zealand