An organisation working to achieve social and public good outcomes
Committed to a strong team culture
Offering $75-$85000, depending on qualifications and experience
Provide specialist technical support to eWater MUSIC and Urban Developer software users;
As part of the eWater team, deliver aspects of projects and training courses as required;
Work in conjunction with other hydrologists, engineers, software developers to ensure successful implementation of specified functionality into eWater software as required;
Design, test and document components of eWater software as required;
Assist with the translation of complex scientific concepts into code and supporting materials.
Ensure focus on customers, internally and externally;
an easy-going personality, with high level motivation, focus and initiative. You have the ability to quickly and easily form relationships with internal and external stakeholders;
demonstrated strong verbal and written communication skills for conveying technical and software support information to professionals and other users;
Able to focus on your core job, ensuring attention to detail and meeting deliverables, whilst adding value to the broader organisation.
eWater is an Australian Government owned, not-for-profit organisation. Our proprietary software products are the result of Australian governments and industry investment in the Cooperative Research Centre Program (1998-2012), and continue to be developed to meet the needs of our users. We offer capacity building, technical support and services and a community of practice to support integrated water resource management and water management governance.
We’d love to hear from you if you have a combination of:
a Bachelor or Master degree in civil, water, environmental engineering or related science discipline;
experience in the area of urban water sensitive urban design modelling in Australia, preferable in local government (minimum two years).
You’ve probably got a few other skills as well, which we really want to hear about.
Other useful information:
This is a permanent, ongoing position;
Located in Bruce ACT, there is easy public transport and parking available;
We are an Australian Government owned not-for-profit organisation
We offer capacity building, modelling tools, technical support services and a community of practice to support integrated water resource management, and water management governance.
Our main role is to support the implementation and use of eWater Source as theNational Hydrological Modelling Platform in Australia. To that end, our government owners contract us to provide these ‘adoption’ services in support of the Australian Council of Australian Government's (COAG) National Hydrological Modelling Strategy. This includes provision of long term maintenance and improvements to Source, and providing technical support and training.
We also collaborate with members of our modelling community to develop Source and share knowledge and resources for innovation and best practice in water management. Our Source project work is also part of the capacity we bring to the Australian water industry.
We are building strategic relationships with international river and water management organisations to facilitate the use of Source and Toolkit models around the world, especially in developing and emerging countries.