Now Hiring – G³⁶⁰ Equipment Technologist

G360 is seeking an energetic and innovative individual with strong mechanical skills to join our team as a G³⁶⁰ Equipment Technologist.

Reporting to the Director and Chief Operating Officer of G360, the G360 Equipment Technologist will play a key role in the management of existing specialty research equipment, but also in the creation of new and/or improved above and below ground research equipment and the mentoring and training of students on the use of this equipment.

Learn more about this position and apply here today!

Now Hiring – Manager, Finance, Grants & Contracts

G360 is seeking a positive and enthusiastic individual with strong communication and organizational skills to join our team as Manager, Finance, Grants & Contracts.

Reporting to the Director and Chief Operating Officer of G360, the Manager Finance, Grants & Contracts will play a key role in the efficient, effective and accountable financial control and reporting of a portfolio of grant and contract-funded research programs valued at $3-5M annually with more than 50 active accounts, each with individual budgets of upwards of $1M annually.

Apply here today!

World Water Day – March 22, 2019

World Water Day is an annual celebration that highlights the importance of freshwater in our communities and around the globe, and aims to inspire education on water-related issues. This year’s theme is ‘Leaving no one behind”, an adaptation of the central promise of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: as sustainable development progresses, everyone must benefit.

To learn more about World Water Day, please visit

G³⁶⁰ is presenting at SAGEEP 2019

The G360 Institute for Groundwater Research will be presenting at the Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems (SAGEEP) taking place in Portland, Oregon from March 17th – 21st, 2019.

Pete Pehme: Wednesday March 20th – 11:20 – 11:40
Session: P. Haeni, Oregon Ballroom, Salons G-H
Optimizing Geophysical Borehole Logging for Designing Monitoring Wells & Multi-Level Systems; Bridging a Gap with Hydrogeologists and Engineers.

Colby Steelman: Wednesday March 20th – 15:20 – 15:40
Session: Hydrogeological characterization II, Oregon Ballroom, Salons C-D
Enhancing Source-Water Management through Airborne Electromagnetic Imaging of Complex Aquifer-Aquitard Sequences.

Oliver Conway-White: Wednesday March 20th – 15:40 – 16:00
Session: Hydrogeological characterization II, Oregon Ballroom, Salons C-D
A Hydrostratigraphic Understanding of Buried Bedrock Valleys: Comparing an Airborne Electromagnetic Survey with Multiple Surface Geophysical Techniques.

For more details, view the SAGEEP 2019 program schedule here.

Join the G³⁶⁰ Institute at the H₂0 Go Festival – March 23, 2019

The G³⁶⁰ Institute will once again be participating in the City of Guelph’s H₂0 Go Festival in 2019. This event is fun for all ages and will feature games, face painting, and the latest in water and energy conservation. This year the H₂0 Go Festival will be coupled with the eMERGE EcoMarket – a sustainability expo hosted by local not-for-profit eMERGE Guelph.

Please come visit our display to learn about groundwater in a fun and interactive way!

Date: March 23rd, 2019
Time: 10 am – 3 pm
Location: Old Quebec Street Mall, Guelph

Select the links to learn more about the H2O Go Festival and the eMERGE EcoMarket.