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Technical Officer - Marine and Environmental Sciences (Based in Tauranga)

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Job Listing Date
15 Mar 2019
Location
Bay of Plenty, Tauranga
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Science & Technology, Laboratory & Technical Services

Technical Officer - Marine and Environmental Sciences (Based in Tauranga)

School of Science

Division of Health, Engineering, Computing and Science

(Based in Tauranga)

We have an opportunity for a suitably qualified individual to join the team of highly professional, dedicated science staff working at the University of Waikato. You will join an institution leading the way in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions with world class research.

In this varied role you will support teaching and research for both academics and students in the fields of marine and environmental science.

The successful applicant must be able to demonstrate best practice in support of teaching and research and competence in running a variety of laboratory and field equipment. Exceptional organisational and time management skills including proven trouble shooting and problem-solving skills are required along with knowledge of health and safety requirements and practices in a laboratory setting.

A relevant tertiary qualification is essential as is your ability to work independently with a diverse range of staff, students and commercial clients. A formal dive qualification (rescue diver minimum standard) is essential for this position along with a current NZ full driver's licence.

Salary will be in the range $57,574 to $69,292 per year, depending on qualifications, skills and experience.

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Closing Date: 1 April 2019 Vacancy number: 390097

For more information and to apply, visit www.jobs.waikato.ac.nz

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School of Science

Division of Health, Engineering, Computing and Science

(Based in Tauranga)

We have an opportunity for a suitably qualified individual to join the team of highly professional, dedicated science staff working at the University of Waikato. You will join an institution leading the way in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions with world class research.

In this varied role you will support teaching and research for both academics and students in the fields of marine and environmental science.

The successful applicant must be able to demonstrate best practice in support of teaching and research and competence in running a variety of laboratory and field equipment. Exceptional organisational and time management skills including proven trouble shooting and problem-solving skills are required along with knowledge of health and safety requirements and practices in a laboratory setting.

A relevant tertiary qualification is essential as is your ability to work independently with a diverse range of staff, students and commercial clients. A formal dive qualification (rescue diver minimum standard) is essential for this position along with a current NZ full driver's licence.

Salary will be in the range $57,574 to $69,292 per year, depending on qualifications, skills and experience.

Click here to view the role description

Closing Date: 1 April 2019 Vacancy number: 390097

For more information and to apply, visit www.jobs.waikato.ac.nz

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