Postdoctoral Researcher in Soil System Modeling - 12826BR
Postdoctoral Researcher in Soil System Modeling
- Linking geochemical models to hydrologic fluxes at the continental scale, and
- Integrating climate and biotic (i.e. vegetation and microbes) processes to evolution of soil structure across diverse model scales
Length of Appointment: Initial appointment is for two years, with the second year of the appointment contingent on postdoc’s progress and funding.
10% Facilitate data access, documentation of model data, and version control across faculty, postdoctoral researchers, graduate/undergraduate students.
10% Develop and co-leading community wide webinars on soil ecosystem modeling.
5% Mentor undergraduate researchers in smaller soil ecosystem modeling projects.
5% Contribute to research and lab meetings, departmental seminars and general upkeep of lab.
- A Ph.D. in soil science, hydrology, ecohydrology, or geochemistry or in a related field.
- Demonstrated capabilities in hydrologic or reactive transport modeling.
- Potential for and/or evidence of scientific productivity as evidenced by application materials.
- Experience managing soil sensor and modeling data.
- Experience working with large interdisciplinary teams.
- Experience managing access and publication of version controlled model.
- Experience with developing online webinars.
Additional Candidate Instructions
Initial review of applications will begin Sept 16, 2018 and will continue as long as needed to identify a qualified pool.