12 water positions at NIWA

  • NIWA | 25 days ago

    to improve the safety and wellbeing of New Zealanders. We are seeking an enthusiastic and experienced water quality technician for a permanent position in our Hamilton office. The position will mainly provide

  • NIWA | 3 months ago

    more than 600 staff across 15 sites around New Zealand. We are seeking an outstanding mid-career Surface Water-Groundwater Transport Modeller to join NIWA's large, collegial and highly-skilled hydrology team

  • NIWA | 17 days ago

    resources and environments, to improve understanding of climatic and the atmospheric processes, and increase resilience to weather and climate hazards. We are seeking an experienced water quality modeller

  • NIWA | 11 days ago

    agricultural pollution, contaminant transport and receiving environment effects and will be used to address water quality issues in New Zealand. You will apply your modelling skills to a broad range of projects

  • NIWA | about 13 hours ago

    The New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (www.nesi.org.nz ) is a collaboration of five institutions, including the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA), working in partnership

  • NIWA | about 2 months ago

    of NIWA's research and consulting activities particularly in the areas of water resource and water quality management, biosecurity, natural hazards and climate change. We are seeking someone with considerable

  • NIWA | about 1 month ago

    models. Many of the projects will be multidisciplinary and the project teams may include resource management and water quality scientists, ecologists, geomorphologists, catchment modellers, climatologists

  • NIWA | 3 months ago

    , evaluation, maintenance and extension of NIWA's surface water and surface water-groundwater hydrology models. Specific project topics may range from catchment-scale surface water-groundwater transport

  • NIWA | 25 days ago

    of New Zealanders. We are seeking an enthusiastic scientist to drive research on the ecological role of zooplankton in New Zealand coastal and open ocean regions, and the Ross Sea sector of the Southern

  • NIWA | 18 days ago

    to water and the atmosphere. Our research areas cover everything from the ocean floor to the ozone layer including climate, freshwater and marine biodiversity, natural hazards, air quality and hydrology

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