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Job Title

Post Doc-- Engineer (fluid flow)

Job Description

An Engineering Student or recent graduate is needed who has understanding of fluid flow. The job will be to test existing computer models and computer code for verification of flow calculations. In addition, new flow equations need to be implemented as computer scripts. This research project is performed under a grant from the National Institute of Health and will lead to publication in major scientific journals.

The University of Utah values candidates who have experience working in settings with students from diverse backgrounds, and possess a strong commitment to improving access to higher education for historically underrepresented students.


Required Experience

Given a summary of the software design, including flowcharts, explaining the program flow at a top level, the successful candidate will be expected to: 1) Have at minimum classroom understanding of fluid flow and recognize common flow equations. 2) Have experience in a compiled computer language (e.g. C++, Fortran, etc). 3) Write, compile, link, test and troubleshoot computer code. 4) Report to and interact with the principle investigator regarding design criteria, specifications and progress. 5) Produce technical documentation and Userís Manual for completed scripts. All computer resources, including development software and hardware, will be provided for use at the National Center of Voice and Speech and/or off-site (if required). The candidate may be involved in the procurement of additional development tools, if needed. All code produced under this grant becomes the property of NCVS.

Wage / Salary

commensurate on experience

Start Date

11/11/2012

How to Apply

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume/CV to ncvsjobs.hunter@utah.edu In the subject line enter: Flow PhD. The subject line as such is required. Otherwise your email may be filtered.

Contact Information

Eric Hunter; NCVS at Univ. of Utah; 136 S Main St, Suite 320; Salt Lake City, UT 84101-1680