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Employment and Research Opportunities at PCIC

PCIC is seeking an IT Specialist/Linux System Administrator, a Hydrology Analyst (Co-op) and an Assistant Hydrologic Programmer/Analyst (Co-op).

IT Specialist/Linux System Administrator

The IT Specialist/Linux System Administrator works to build and maintain our state of the art computational and storage infrastructure under the direct supervision of the Lead for Computational Support. PCIC infrastructure presently includes multiple racks full of Linux servers that host hundreds of terabytes of high-resolution spatiotemporal climate data and model output and link securely to University of Victoria and Compute Canada systems.

For more information see the complete job posting.

Please send your application including a cover letter, CV, and three professional references to James Hiebert, climate@uvic.ca, with “ATTN: IT Specialist/Linux System Administrator” in the subject line. Please specify whether or not you are currently able to work legally in Canada.

Hydrology Analyst (Co-op):

The Hydrology Analyst will contribute as part of a team to determine the climate-mediated vulnerability of salmon life history events that control their productivity in space and time. Work will involve an interdisciplinary effort to combine hydrologic modelling with a salmon habitat risk/vulnerability assessment. The incumbent will provide the primary support to quality check, analyse, archive and document water temperature data for select watersheds in British Columbia, assist with model deployment, and conduct analysis tasks to assist PCIC researchers. The Hydrology Analyst works under the supervision of the Lead, Hydrologic Impacts.

For more information, see the complete job posting.

Application: Please send your application including a cover letter, CV, and three professional references to Markus Schnorbus, climate@uvic.ca, with "ATTN: Hydrology Analyst" in the subject line. Please specify whether or not you are currently able to work legally in Canada. Review of applicants will start immediately and will continue until suitable candidates are found.

Assistant Hydrologic Programmer/Analyst (Co-op):

The Assistant Hydrologic Programmer/Analyst works to build software and technology to incorporate climate information into Pacific salmon manage-ment strategies. Working with PCIC's Computational Support Group and Hydrologic Impacts theme, you will develop and deploy the informational infrastructure (summary data, statistics and climate-based salmon vulnerability maps) and web-based tools to provide risk assessments for fisheries plan-ning and management in support of wild salmon conservation and protection.

For more information, see the complete job posting.

Application: Please send your application including a cover letter, CV, and three professional references to James Hiebert, climate@uvic.ca, with "ATTN: Assistant Hydrologic Programmer/Analyst (Co-op)" in the subject line. Please specify whether or not you are currently able to work legally in Canada. Review of applicants will start immediately and will continue until suitable candidates are found.