Ongoing - EL 2
Geoscience Australia's Groundwater Branch is responsible for providing hydrogeoscience information and knowledge to support Australian Government policies and decision making. The Branch undertakes a range of strategic science and advice activities in collaboration with State/Territory and other Commonwealth government agencies, aimed at improving understanding of groundwater systems and processes across Australia.
The Branch is seeking an experienced Structural Geologist who will lead and deliver the analysis and interpretation of geological and geophysical data to characterise tectonic features and stress regimes, and their controls on the evolution of landscapes, basins and both surface water and groundwater systems in Australia. As a senior scientist within the Branch, the candidate will also develop and lead aspects of regional groundwater projects, work collaboratively with a range of internal and external partners, mentor team members and communicate effectively in a range of forums.
Our Ideal Candidate
To be successful in the role you will have:
For further information about this position, please contact Narelle Neumann on (02) 6249 9429 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close: 22 February 2017
Apply online at https://recruitment.aurion.com/ga-jobs/
Geoscience Australia's role is to meet the geoscience needs of the nation to build Australia's future. Geoscience Australia is custodian of the geographic and geological data and knowledge of the nation. We create, maintain and disseminate geographic and geological knowledge for the future well being of all Australians. We deliver high quality geoscientific information and advice to inform evidence-based policy development. We have a strong focus on client and stakeholder relationships to ensure the relevance of our work. These relationships are underpinned by our core values: Influence, Capability, Excellence, and Accountability.
Our employees enjoy the benefits of working for the Australian Public Service and the relaxed lifestyle of the modern city of Canberra.
If you are experiencing any problems, please contact Recruitment on (02) 6249 9777
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