The G³⁶⁰ Institute continues to play an active role in the community. This year we spent some time at College Royal, H₂O, Interaction, Waterloo-Wellington Children’s Groundwater Festival and more!
We are very pleased to announce that Dr. Beth Parker has been awarded NGWA’s 2018 M. King Hubbert Award. This prestigious award is granted to those who have made a major science or engineering contribution to the groundwater industry through research, technical papers, teaching, and practical applications.
G360 is looking for an energetic, enthusiastic, and a motivated self-starter with solid research, and field experiences. Reporting to the Director of the G360 Institute for Groundwater Research, the Research Scientist and Project Manager will be responsible for managing all G360 research at a large multifaceted field research site. Specifically he/she will be responsible for: the development of comprehensive filed work plans and associated budgets; data acquisition and analysis; compilation of results, and preparation of reports and presentations for both scientific and regulatory audiences; the development of standard field methods/procedures; and training students and field technicians in the use of these standard field methods/procedures.
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We are hiring!
If you are an energetic and enthusiastic person who loves to assist with various purchasing, asset management, and administrative tasks then we have the ideal position for you supporting the world-class research activities of the G360 Institute.
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Dr. Beth Parker is now accepting applicants for a hydrogeochemist post-doctoral fellow. We are looking for an eager hydrogeochemist who enjoys working in a dynamic, collaborative team environment with complex, large real-world field data sets.
The position will last up to three years from the date of hire, with six and twelve-month reviews.
More information and application instructions are available here.