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Hydrodynamic Model Project Developer, UK

We are currently seeking applications for a Hydrodynamic Model Project Developer and Manager within Marine Scotland Science based at the Marine Laboratory in Aberdeen.

The role of this post is to administer and support the maintenance and development of a state-of-the-art hydrodynamic model of Scottish shelf waters (the Scottish Shelf Model, SSM), under the guidance of the SSM Steering Group, working towards the establishment of a permanent Scottish hydrodynamic modelling service framework in close collaboration with the Scottish marine science community, industry and stakeholders.

This vacancy contributes towards the Scottish Government National Outcome 'We are better educated, more skilled and more successful, renowned for our research and innovation'. For information on Scottish Government National Outcomes visit this website.

Qualifications & Experience Required
A relevant graduate qualification in a mathematical, physical or any other relevant discipline with clear evidence of a strong numeric ability. Other qualifications equivalent to these may also be acceptable, if you are in any doubt please contact to discuss.

The successful candidate will require experience of use of hydrodynamic models and excellent verbal and written communication skills to ensure that you can work effectively with colleagues and stakeholders.

For further information on this vacancy please download and review the “Person Specification and Further Information for Job Applicants” which you will find below. To apply, you must fully complete and submit an online application via this website before the closing date.

This is a 3 year Fixed Term and pensionable appointment and new entrants will normally start on the minimum of the pay range. Candidates with a disability who meet the minimum essential criteria for the appointment will be invited to the assessment centre. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified people and aim to employ a diverse workforce which reflects the people of Scotland.

If you experience any difficulties accessing the Work for Scotland website, please contact the Resourcing Team on 0131 244 8323 or at recruitment@scotland.gsi.gov.uk, or alternatively, write to Scottish Government, Resourcing Team, F Spur, Saughton House, Broomhouse Drive, Edinburgh, EH11 3XD.

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