Water Resource and River Health Scientist (708804)
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Hours per fortnight
73.50 (minimum 58.80 hours, by negotiation)
To undertake scientific analysis and reporting on Tasmania’s water resources, river health and catchments and to provide science-based advice to support the implementation of the Rural Water Use Strategy including the River Health Advisory Project and other policy and program initiatives. The position provides fit-for-purpose information and advice to ensure Tasmania’s water resources are managed sustainably to support the continued prosperity and development of the State’s industries and the community’s standard of living.
As a result of a risk assessment process, the Head of Agency gave consideration to where vaccination is a necessary control to protect the health and safety of workers and the community and therefore it has been determined that prior to appointment to these duties a person is to provide evidence that they are vaccinated against the disease known as COVID-19
- A tertiary qualification within a relevant field of water resource and catchment science.
- A current motor vehicles drivers’ licence.
Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents
How to apply
To apply, please provide a Short Form Application which is a 1-2 page covering letter outlining your experience, skills and knowledge as they relate to the Statement of Duties, and a copy of your current Resumé/CV.
Please note that we do not require a separate statement addressing the selection criteria.
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Refer to the 'Advice to Applicants' document for further information.
If you are unable to submit your application online, please contact Recruitment on (03) 6165 3209.
For more information on the position please contact:
Section Head (Ecohydrology)
03 6165 3272