Hydrology and Flood Forecasting Graduate - NOW CLOSED

November 5, 2017

We are looking for a new graduate that wants to solve the worlds water-related problems.  The position will suit someone with a background in hydrology, science or engineering, with an interest in weather extremes. 

 

We are looking for someone with:

  • A relevant degree(s) in engineering, science or hydrology

  • Knowledge of extreme value theory and its applications

  • An appreciation or early skills in programming (e.g. XLM, C#, python, R package etc)

  • An interest in numerical modelling.

 

They will join our team at JBP, and continue our focus of integrating technology within science and engineering.  You will be working to progress the development of new forecasting technology into traditional water management disciplines, undertaking assessments in hydrology, dams and reservoirs, flood risk and surface water.  

 

Recent and going projects being delivered for our Brisbane office include:

•    The development of the Patawalonga Lake forecasting system for gate operations (for flood alleviation) 
•    The QLD-wide flash flood and storm surge forecasting prior to Cyclone Debbie
•    The development of QLD-wide flood maps for surface water and fluvial flood risk
•    The development of the JFlow hydraulic model to link with national weather forecasting systems.

 

Further information and applications

If you wish to discuss opportunities informally and in complete confidence please contact Daniel Rodger, Technical Director on 0420 644 348.

 

Please send your CV and covering letter to Daniel.rodger@jbpacific.com.au.  

No unsolicited CVs from Agencies please.  

 

Closing date: 15/11/2017

 

 


 

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