The Water and Field Resources Engineering Technologist will be responsible for the effective delivery of undergraduate teaching laboratories, graduate student research, and field techniques. In supporting undergraduate teaching, the position involves planning, developing and delivering undergraduate laboratories, assisting students in carrying out field projects and supporting undergraduate capstone projects. With respect to graduate involvement, activities include advising on instrumentation, appropriate health and safety measures, quality assurance and quality control, assisting graduate students in the selection, assembly, construction, deployment and troubleshooting of research apparatus, and participating in field research data collection. The technologist provides important input in laboratory curriculum and maintains continuity of instruction while faculty and teaching assistants change from term to term. The Water and Field Resources Engineering Technologist is also expected to assist with the management of facilities, hydraulics and hydrology equipment and supplies for a multi-user, multi-disciplined research area.
This role is 37.5 hours per week.
Undergraduate Laboratory Instruction and Maintenance
Assist with Research Activities
Health, Safety & Environment