Advert ID: 20005471
Senior Ecologist / Environmental Scientist - GIS / Data Wrangler
An experienced (senior) ecologist / environmental scientist with a passion for both GIS / mapping and data wrangling, to work with our team of specialist aquatic ecologists and environmental scientists.
Your background in ecology / environmental science will enable you to understand the context of your GIS and data wrangling work. Your work with GIS / mapping software will principally be to efficiently produce annotated, high quality images of project sites; whilst your work with data will be to both support the efficient handling of data sets and the meaningful analysis of collected data. Your work will be of such a standard, that it consistently receives positive feed-back from clients and collaborators.
Whilst there may be an occasional opportunity to go into the field, this position is essentially office-based. You will be working on multiple projects simultaneously, and consequently will need excellent communication and organisational skills. Reporting to a Senior Principal, you'll be responsible for mentoring across the team in regard to GIS / mapping and data wrangling.
We envisage the position as full-time, however, if you have exceptional skills, we’re willing to consider a part-time role.
frc environmental is Queensland’s leading consultancy providing services relating to aquatic ecosystems. frc environmental has been operating for over 30 years, and is committed to developing client-relationships based on trust, expertise and value.
Our clients include many ‘tier 1’ resources companies, developers, tourism industry operators, and all levels of government. Our success as a consultancy is based not only on our ability to deliver advice that allows our clients to act with confidence, but also on our respect for their budget and time constraints.
This position will be based at our Cleveland office, with the opportunity to negotiate flexibility. We offer competitive remuneration, and a supportive and flexible working environment.
19 June 2020