We are seeking a post-doctoral scholar for urban stormwater studies, including best management practices (BMPs), life cycle assessment (LCA) and grey-green infrastructure management. Applicants must have a doctoral degree in hydrology, civil and/or environmental engineering, or a related field. A strong technical background in hydrological modeling, water quality, or BMP development is beneficial. Expertise in urban hydrology and stormwater management is also preferred. Candidates should be capable of collecting, organizing, and analyzing large sets of temporal and spatial data. Exceptional organizational ability and advanced oral and written communication skills are required to help facilitate a large multi-disciplinary research project and work with industry partners, graduate students and undergraduate researchers. Evidence of successful publication in high quality science journals as the first author is a requirement.
Salary for the position will be commensurate with experience. The appointment will be for 12 months with continuation based on performance. A start date of late spring/early summer is planned. The contract also includes staff health and vacation benefits. The position will be within the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the Colorado School of Mines located in Golden, Colorado. Applications must include a cover letter, CV with publication list, and contact information for three references. Applictions accepted until position is filled. Please submit your materials via email to Professor Terri Hogue at firstname.lastname@example.org.