|From||Mat Vankoughnett <email@example.com>|
|Date||Tue, 16 Jan 2018 08:22:39 -0400|
Research Associate Position through the CICAN internship program.
The Environmental and Agricultural Technology Research Group is looking to hire a Research Associate – Climate and Weather Analytics (one year term) through the CICAN internship program. To be eligible for this position you need to be:
position is located in Middleton, NS, Canada (30 mins away from Kentville, NS)
and applications are accepted until Jan 22, 2018. Please apply through the
online CICAN portal: https://careerlauncher.college
All applications should clearly demonstrate how they meet the job knowledge and skills.
Salary: $43 921.33 to $53 851.29 (cdn - depends on experience)
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
NSCC’s Environmental and Agricultural Technology Research Group is an applied research group within the Nova Scotia Community College located in Middleton, Nova Scotia. The group collaborates with a variety of organizations using a suite of Geomatics technologies to explore environmental, health and social issues.
As a member of the NSCC’s Environmental and Agricultural Technology Research Group of the Annapolis Valley campus, the intern will be responsible for two areas of research and development. The first is investigating past episodes and trends of climate in order to improve Nova Scotia’s knowledge of future climate change scenarios and risks, while the second is working in collaboration with other research associates on the development of a Site Assessment Application Development for the Nova Scotia Wine Industry. In particular, help create a geodatabase containing a variety of observed and forecasted information and a web-based software application that will allow grape growers and wineries to easily access information from a browser in graphical and textual formats.
Applications are due: Jan 22, 2018
We plan to hold interviews shortly afterword’s.
Duties and responsibilities
Using historical climate data to
predict climate change trends for Nova Scotia, in an effort to improve our
understanding of the timing, pattern, and magnitude of future climate
Help identify seasonal climate change trends and develop risk models for potential events
Responsible for weather/climate data utilization and management related to the wine mapping project that will potentially help develop models related to yield prediction.
Develop status reports and give presentations related to the deliverables of the project.
Conduct fieldwork in support of data acquisition missions. May require both indoor and outside working environments.
Knowledge and skills
An advanced diploma in Geomatics (data analytics and/or GIS) and/or a Degree in Geography, Environmental Science, or related field. Advanced degrees (M.Sc. and/Ph.D.) will be considered an asset.
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