[ES_JOBS_NET] Fwd: Open postdoc in catchment hydrology at ETH Zurich

Becca Barnes becca.barnes at gmail.com
Sun Jun 15 09:57:53 MDT 2014

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From: "James KIRCHNER" <kirchner at berkeley.edu>
Date: Jun 15, 2014 3:25 AM
Subject: Open postdoc in catchment hydrology at ETH Zurich

Dear colleagues: I would appreciate your help in forwarding this
announcement to anyone who might be interested.

Thanks, and I wish you some nice summer days,

- Jim Kirchner


Open postdoctoral research position in catchment hydrology at ETH Zurich

 The professorship of the Physics of Environmental Systems in the
Department of Environmental Systems Science at ETH Zurich (Prof. James
Kirchner) announces an open post-doc position in catchment hydrology. The
ideal candidate will be a recent Ph.D. with strong technical skills, a
solid background in the natural sciences or engineering, and research
interests in catchment hydrology, isotope hydrology, and hydrochemistry.
Experimentally oriented candidates with interests in high-frequency
chemical and isotopic measurements are particularly encouraged to apply.

 Rather than being linked to a research contract, this position is
supported by institutional funds, providing opportunities to pursue novel
research directions. Postdocs normally pursue their own research as well as
contributing to collaborative projects within the group, participating in
teaching at the Master's level, supervising students working on their
theses, and representing the group at international conferences. The
scientific working language of the group is English.
 As Europe's leading technical university, ETH Zurich has excellent
infrastructure and research support. Collaborative links with other Swiss
universities and two federal research institutes, WSL and EAWAG, provide
additional depth and breadth in environmental science, and the Swiss
landscape is an unparalleled natural laboratory.

Applicants should supply a single PDF containing:
 - a statement of their research interests, experience and technical
 - a CV and complete publications list
 - and contact information for three references.
 They may also supply up to three (but no more) examples of their best
published work, again as PDF's.

 Start dates as early as September 2014 are possible. Review of
applications will begin July 7th and continue until the position is filled.
As part of the ETH's efforts to promote women in science, qualified female
candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
 Applications should be sent to: apply_PES at env.ethz.ch


  Prof. Dr. James Kirchner
Professor of the Physics of Environmental Systems, ETH Zürich
ETH Zentrum, CHN F50.3, CH-8092 Zürich
Phone +41 44 632 8018
kirchner at ethz.ch
     Assistant: Sarah Hertli
     ETH Zentrum, CHN G50.3
     Phone +41 44 633 6043
     sarah.hertli at env.ethz.ch

 Senior Scientist, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL
Zürcherstrasse 111, CH-8903 Birmensdorf
Phone +41 44 739 26 55
james.kirchner at wsl.ch

 Prof. Emeritus, Dept. of Earth and Planetary Science
Director, Central Sierra Field Research Stations
University of California, Berkeley
kirchner at berkeley.edu
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