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Project Assistant / Phd student (30 h/week)
(Employment for the period of 36 months; position to be filled at the earliest possible date)
Job Description/Responsibilities:
The position is embedded in the ER4CS-AXIS project
DIRT-X: Evaluating sediment Delivery Impacts on Reservoirs in changing climaTe and society
across scales and sectors
The overall project focus is on the potential increase of erosion and sediment transport in catchments
where the excess of sediment could lead to losses in reservoir storage. Consequences such as higher
demands for resources due to altered operation, changes in reservoir services to society such as
hydropower production are analyzed.
In the Austrian part of the project, the focus is on alpine catchments as test cases. Therein, a mix of
monitoring and modelling based approaches are to be applied, aiming to assess current sediment
fluxes and their future changes. Duties in frame of the project are
 Covering the relevant aspect with regard to scientific approach set in the project
 Publication of outcomes in reports and scientific journals; Presentations at project meetings and
 Support in the project administration
 Travelling to project meetings, workshops and conferences
 We offer the possibility to conduct a PhD in Technical Science (condition for the admission are
separate from this position - see https://www.uibk.ac.at/studium/anmeldungzulassung/
Required qualifications:
 Master degree relating to the fields of Hydrology, Sediment transport and management, Water
and/or Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering or any equivalent
 Knowledge in hydrology and / or sediment transport or willingness to acquire
 High motivation, teamwork capabilities and communication skills (written and oral)
 Excellent knowledge In English
 German language is beneficial as interaction with stakeholders is part of the project
 Background in sediment transport and/or hydrological / hydraulic modelling
 Programming skills (e.g. Matlab, Python, R), experience with GIS systems is advantageous
If you are interested, please submit your full application (Letter of motivation, Curriculum Vitae, optional
up to 2 contacts as a reference). For sending your application or any further questions please contact
Review of submitted applications will start at 31.07.2019.
We are looking forward to receive your application !
The University of Innsbruck is committed to raising the quota of female
employees and therefore particularly welcomes applications from qualified
women. This applies particularly to managerial as well scientific positions. In the
case of female under-representation, women with equal qualifications will be
given priority.
In accordance with Austrian disability laws, qualified people with special
requirements are expressly encouraged to apply for jobs.
Applicants may not claim travel or hotel expenses accrued during the application and interview process.
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