Research Professional Senior, Hydrology & Climate Change
This is a four-year position at Yukon University on their Ayamdigut (Whitehorse) campus, supported by ArcticNet's North by North program.
As the Research Professional Senior, Hydrology and Climate Change, you will be responsible for the development and implementation of physical hydrology research projects at Yukon University in collaboration with Yukon Government and Yukon First Nations. The ideal candidate will have a relevant degree in Hydrology, Environmental Studies, Geography, etc., preferably at the PhD level, combined with experience in project coordination, and climate and hydrology, gained in an appropriate scientific/technical/professional environment such as a university, research institute, or government department.
If you have strong communication, inter-personal, organizational, problem-solving, critical-thinking, time management, and creative skills, and a demonstrated ability to initiate actions, lead a team and work with minimal supervision please apply. Conditions of employment include a valid Driver’s License, Standard First Aid & CPR (minimum), or equivalent and the ability to occasionally travel to field locations, Yukon communities, and conferences.
Please include a cover letter with your resume outlining your relevant experience and why you are interested in this opportunity.
Deadline to apply: July 1, 2020
For additional information please contact:
Brian Horton. Manager Climate Change Research
YukonU Research Centre