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Student – Hydrology Monitoring


We're looking for someone who...

  • Is enthusiastic and wanting to understand the real-world data collection that underpins the science they have been studying.

  • Is ready to assist the Environmental Monitoring Hydrology Team in undertaking Hydrological monitoring tasks, administration, and maintenance.

Mō te tangata | About you:

  • You should be working towards a tertiary degree in natural, physical or environmental sciences or a related discipline.

  • Previous experience undertaking Land surveys, Surface water data collection, or Groundwater data collection is desirable but not essential.

  • Ideally, the candidate is a team player who enjoys working outdoors and is passionate about the environment.

  • You will need to be physically fit and able to swim at least 25m fully clothed.

  • You will need a full drivers licence and be confident driving a ute.

Mō te tūranga | About the role:

  • You will be undertaking a condition audit of the WRC Rainfall network and the manual rainfall readers network.

  • You will be maintaining the Hydrology Network infrastructure and assisting with Hydrological data collection.

  • You will also have office duties including data processing, scanning, archiving and assisting with data transfer to our new asset management database.

  • The work will be a mixture of lone working or working with members of the Hydrology team.

  • The role is based out of the Hamilton Office.

This role is for 3 months, starting in early-mid November 2023 and ending early-mid Feb 2024.

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