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Research Associate, Research Geoscientist-Fluid/Rock Interactions Laboratory

Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

Competition No.  -    A107937873
Closing Date  -    Jan 03, 2019

The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences requires a Research Associate for overseeing the operation and quality assurance/control in the Fluid/Rock Interactions Laboratory.? The Fluid/Rock Interactions Research Laboratory houses a number of analytical equipment required to process a variety of hydrogeological, thermodynamic, and geochemical kinetic experiments. This position will enhance and complement the department's existing strength in Geochemistry.?

Reporting to Dr. Jonathan Banks, Director of the Future Energy Systems Program's Geothermal research theme. This position will involve the development and the day-to-day running of the Fluid/Rock Interactions Research Laboratory along with coordinating or participating in data collection and analysis, including taking responsibility for field deployments, permitting, and logistics; laboratory maintenance and safety, and maintenance of database and software access. The successful candidate will be responsible for carrying out high-level, complex research activities while assisting in the writing of analytical research results for laboratory meetings, research papers, presentations and publications, seminars, scientific conferences, preparation of research grant applications and contract proposals. The incumbent will assist in the design of in-house software, data collection, protocols, experiments, research methods and standards in consultation with the trust holder. Additionally, the incumbent will be responsible for all aspects of rock sample preparation including plug drilling, grinding, sieving, thin section preparation and XRD sample preparation.?

The successful candidate will have a post-graduate degree (thesis-based M.Sc. level preferred) in a related discipline of Geology/Geophysics/Physics or related physical sciences or engineering. They should hold P.Geo, P.GeoIT, P.Geoph or P.GeophIT status or be able or willing to apply for professional registration as a P.GeoIT or P.GeophIT under APEGGA.? Must be able to learn and use advanced 3D visualization software; programming skills and experience with data acquisition and computer integration are an advantage. Geoscience field experience, particularly conducting geophysical field surveys or geological mapping, is an asset. Some knowledge of geological thin section petrology and mineral identification techniques are assets. Applicant must have (or be able to obtain) a valid passport, be willing and able to travel globally, and must not be barred from entering the United States or other countries. Applicant must be able to maintain and repair advanced geochemical and geophysical laboratory and field equipment. Superior organization and interpersonal skills are required along with excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.?

In accordance with the Trust/Research Academic Staff Agreement, this position has an appointment of two years with the possibility of extension and offers a benefits package found at เล่น บา คา ร่า ได้ เงิน แสนFaculty & Staff Benefits and an annual salary in the range of $58,210 to $80,050.?

Applicants should send a letter of application with a detailed curriculum vitae and contact information for two references to geotherm@ เล่น บา คา ร่า ได้ เงิน แสน www.brockportmerchants.com. Review of applications will begin January 3, 2019.??

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All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. If suitable Canadian citizens or permanent residents cannot be found, other individuals will be considered.

The University of Alberta is committed to an equitable, diverse, and inclusive workforce. We welcome applications from all qualified persons. We encourage women; First Nations, M¨¦tis and Inuit persons; members of visible minority groups; persons with disabilities; persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity and expression; and all those who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas and the University to apply.