Instrumentation Engineer, Hydromet (1-Year Contract)
INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEER (1-Year Contract)
Centre for Hydrology, Micrometeorology and Climate Change,
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
University College Cork.
Status: 12 months from February 2007.
Closing Date: Wednesday, 28 February 2007
Salary: €31,500 per annum (plus pension contribution equivalent to 13.5% of salary).
The Centre has a range of research projects in the fields of atmospheric science, hydrology, ecosystems modelling and soil science. To support this research an engineer is required to assist with installation of field instrumentation, collection of air samples, operation and maintenance of a gas chromatography system, and maintenance of field instrumentation when necessary.
The successful candidate will have:
- A third level qualification in Applied Physics, Engineering, Instrumentation, Environmental Science or a related discipline, with a strong practical capability.
- Experience of laboratory or field equipment such as gas chromatographs, data acquisition hardware, data communications and control systems.
- IT and programming skills (e.g. Visual Basic, assembler, Matlab, C/++ or Java)
- A full clean driving licence or access to independent means of transport to travel to remote field sites.
Further information on the activities of the Centre is available at http://www.hydromet.org/. For informal discussion contact Prof. Ger Kiely (email@example.com).
Candidates should submit a letter outlining their suitability for the position and their curriculum vitae, to include the names, addresses and emails of three referees, to:
Prof. Ger Kiely,
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,
University College Cork,