Start reviewing process: 1 November 2023
Hydrometeorologist and Hydraulic Engineer
Start reviewing process:
1 November 2023
Job description for the Hydrometeorologist position:
HRC has an opening for a research scientist specializing in hydrometeorology to join our interdisciplinary team. We are seeking a detail-oriented, innovative individual who is motivated to apply their knowledge to solving complex problems in hydrometeorology and water resources. The successful candidate will participate in various programs ranging from scientific research to real-world applications addressing climate, water resources, hydrology, flooding, and flash flooding issues worldwide. Ongoing work at HRC involves real-time implementation and validation of numerical weather prediction models for flood and flash flood warning applications, assessments of impacts of climatic variability and change on flash flood regimes and water resources over large river basins, development of strategies for flood mitigation and water resource management, and associated training of field personnel of national meteorological and hydrological agencies, disaster management agencies, and water resource management agencies across the world. The ability to work productively within a multidisciplinary team is a key requirement.
Job description for the Hydraulic Engineer position:
HRC is in search of a research engineer that specializes in computational hydraulics and its applications. As part of the HRC physical modeling team, you will be working with other researchers and computer engineers in the development and implementation of tailored numerical modeling solutions for a variety of channel flow applications in local and international projects. The typical work associated with the position includes numerical modeling and predictions in open channel hydraulics and sediment transport, scalable flash flood modeling, integrated hydraulics structure modeling, watershed management and flood mitigation strategy, quantitative and statistical analysis of model results, and user training of the numerical codes and background theories. The prospective candidate is expected to have a solid research background in hydraulics, hydrology or other related fields. Strong quantitative and scientific computing skills are essential for the position.
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