4-year Senior Research Fellow in Eco-Hydrology
Scaling evapotranspiration from plant to catchment level under present and future climate. Implications for water resources and flooding
A new 4-year Research Fellow is being sought for the Irish Centre for Applied Geosciences (iCRAG) SFI research centre. The position will be based at Trinity College Dublin, between the Schools of Natural Sciences and Engineering under the leadership of Professors McElwain and Gill respectively.
This unique research fellowship position will involve the integration of both research and coordination roles. The coordination responsibilities will involve managing the Earth System Change (catchment and climate research) research programme within iCRAG. The successful candidate will also play a key role it the development of the new E3 initiative between the Schools of Engineering, Natural Sciences and Computing Sciences in Trinity College Dublin.
Job description: Eco-hydrology
Closing date: June 10th 2021
Salary range: Starting at point 1 on the Senior Research Fellow scale at a gross salary of €67,890 (plus PRSI and employers’ pension) with annual increments