Job: Research Fellow – Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, University of Auckland, NZ
The University of Auckland is seeking applications for a research fellow in geothermal reservoir engineering with the team of Rosalind Archer at the Geothermal Institute in Auckland, New Zealand.
The University of Auckland has published a job opening for a research fellow in geothermal reservoir engineering with the team of Rosalind Archer at the Geothermal Institute.
- Job ID: 20100 – Research Fellow – Geothermal Reservoir Engineering
- Campus: Auckland City Campus
- Full/Part Time: Full-Time
- Permanent/Fixed Term: Fixed Term
The University of Auckland is New Zealand’s largest university and houses the country’s most successful Engineering Faculty. The Department of Engineering Science (DES) are seeking a talented Research Fellow to work on a project in geothermal reservoir modelling technology.
The successful appointee will work as part of a research group developing a new generation of geothermal reservoir modelling technology. This research has interests in the integration of geoscience and production data, uncertainty and parameter estimation and advanced numerical methods for geothermal modelling. Working closely with Professor Rosalind Archer, the appointee will have flexibility to define the scope of the project in a way that best compliments their own knowledge and skills in alignment with both the group and the broader portfolio of Geothermal Institute research.
We are seeking applications from candidates who:
Hold a PhD in Engineering or Geoscience with a focus on computational aspects of geothermal energy (or a related discipline).
Have strong computer programming and modelling skills in regards to flow in porous media
Can produce high quality research outputs in conjunction with Professor Archer
The Faculty of Engineering offers a diverse and active community for research. We are proud of our reputation as the producers of quality research outputs, and have established an excellent international reputation, being ranked 38th in the world according to the QS World Ranking 2017. We offer the opportunity to make a true contribution by adding to our research efforts.
If you can work effectively without close supervision, have experience with collaborating or managing projects and the ability to clearly communicate with stakeholders within a team, submit an application online today!
Please apply online by the closing date 14th October 2018. All applications must be submitted online.
Applications should include a cover letter, evidence of qualifications/research, and updated recent curriculum vitae, and the contact information only of three references. Please note letters of references may be requested for longlisted candidates.
This position is fixed term for 2 years.
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