[ES_JOBS_NET] Job Opening – Atmospheric Data Scientist and Programmer, OneRain, Colorado

http://ift.tt/2odPNVD

Job Opening – Atmospheric Data Scientist
and Programmer

Position: Atmospheric Data
Scientist and ProgrammerLocation: Longmont, Colorado
OneRain measures rainfall and its consequences for
agencies with critical missions. Our mission is to provide
industry-leading solutions that empower our clients to
perform their critical missions. OneRain’s vertical
involvement in water measurement, from gauges through
remote sensing and storm analysis, enables us to collect
and distribute the best real-time and historical
hydrometeorological data available.

Job Summary

OneRain is seeking to add to
our growing team a colleague who will provide our rainfall
data estimation and production systems the dedicated
professionalism required for our customers to succeed.
This person will be responsible for the efficient,
successful production of high quality rainfall-related
data and analytics that are then used for projects of
vital importance, including regulatory compliance, flood
management, forensic and legal processes, and other high
value applications related to water management. This
person will also be responsible for developing and
maintaining the code base, as well as develop new features
or applications. This person likely has a background in
atmospheric science and will have strong, demonstrated
computer programming skills.Job Components

Support existing rainfall
analytics, applications and our data customers. Manage
production systems and data to deliver high-end rainfall
datasets. Help program new tools and code to create
spatial environmental datasets efficiently and reliably.
Document software functionality and data analysis
projects. Lead and perform testing and analysis of
software functionality, performance, and usability.

Responsibilities

Manage and process
environmental data to produce high quality rainfall
datasets.

Enhance existing
software tools and build new ones to improve our
products.

Be a primary
contact for customers with data questions and issues.

Explore and develop
new methodologies and processes to improve rainfall
estimation and analytics capabilities.

Document features
and functions of our software and data services.

Test our software
and its functionality.

Manage bug
reporting, tracking and resolution.

Become a technical
expert in software to help support sales team efforts.

Take on-call
rotation to support our production systems.

Required Skills,
Credentials, and Experience

Degree in
engineering, science, computer science, or related
environmental field with demonstrable practical coding
experience.

Atmospheric
science/hydrology background is a highly desirable plus.

Server based
processing with Java.

More than three
years experience with two or more of the following: C++,
Java, Python

Professional
experience using Linux/Unix and Windows operating
systems.

At least three
years of Linux/Unix development experience.

Revision control
systems (SVN).

Three years or more
doing software engineering for production systems.

Abilities and
Attributes

Wants to see
customers and colleagues succeed; will do what it takes
to succeed.

Able to see the big
picture and takes responsibility for pursuing the
details necessary to create the larger desired outcome.

Skilled at creating
solutions that address industry and customer issues
effectively and cost-efficiently.

Solves problems by
breaking down larger problems into manageable pieces.

Has solid written
and verbal skills.

Communicates
technical concepts effectively with both technical and
non-technical people.

Is willing and able
to work with existing code.

Is open to learn
new approaches, computer languages and technologies.

Is a very strong
team member and works well independently, as needed.

Compensation is based upon
experience and qualifications. Please apply by submitting
your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to resumes@onerain.com

Mail

Attn: Human Resources
OneRain Incorporated
1531 Skyway Drive, Unit D
Longmont, CO 80504

Equal Opportunity
Employer

OneRain Incorporated is an
Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of OneRain
Incorporated to provide a fair and equal employment
opportunity to all persons regardless of age, color,
national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental
disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic
information, marital status, status with regard to public
assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic
protected by federal, state or local law. OneRain’s
commitment to equal opportunity is applied through every
aspect of the employment relationship, including, but not
limited to, recruitment, selection, placement, training,
compensation, promotion, transfer, termination, and all
other matters of employment.

[Met-jobs] Postdoc position in glacier modeling at the U. of Bremen, Germany

The Institute of Geography at the University of Bremen invites
applications for the following academic position, starting as soon as
possible, until the end of the project on April 30, 2020:

Postdoctoral Researcher
salary grade EG 13 TV-L
full time position
Reference number: A85/17

The postdoc will work in the Climate Lab of the Institute of Geography
(http://ift.tt/2pHEQZG), in the
project “Ice-Ocean Interaction of Peripheral Greenland Glaciers”, funded
by the German Ministry of Research and Education (BMBF) within the
collaborative project cluster GReenland ice sheet/OCEan Interaction
(GROCE).

The postdoc will develop, implement, and validate a parametrization for
submarine melt and calving of peripheral glaciers in Greenland, within
the framework of the Open Global Glacier Model (see http://oggm.org).
Based on this parametrization, the 20th century mass change of
peripheral glaciers in Greenland will be reconstructed, and their 21st
century mass change will be projected.

Close collaboration is expected with other glaciologists and
oceanographers within the project cluster, e.g., to obtain data for
calibration and validation, to distribute runoff estimates used as a
boundary condition for other models, and to ensure consistency with
ice-sheet model-based mass change estimates.

To apply successfully, you will:
– have a PhD in a field of Earth science with proven, strong
mathematical/physical background, or a PhD in
physics/mathematics/informatics with previous experience in an Earth
science;
– have a publication record in peer-reviewed, international journals;
– have demonstrated skills in scientific programming;
– be fluent in English (equivalent to CEFR level C1).

It will be advantageous if you can demonstrate:
– experience in glaciology and/or oceanography;
– experience in applying for competitive, external funding;
– working experience in a supercomputing environment;
– working experience with Python;
– proficiency in German.

The University of Bremen is an equal opportunity employer and aims
particularly at increasing the share of female faculty members in
research and teaching. Thus, qualified women are especially encouraged
to apply. International applications and those from candidates with a
migration background are explicitly appreciated. Candidates with
disabilities will be given preference in case of equal qualifications.

Please submit your application including the reference number, a letter
of motivation, CV (with copies of certificates), and contact details of
two referees until 4, May 2017 to:

Universität Bremen
Fachbereich 8/ Sozialwissenschaften
Frau Korte – Reference number A85/17
Universitäts-Boulevard 13
28359 Bremen
Germany

or per E-Mail to fb08.bewerbung@uni-bremen.de (Administration of the
Department of Social Sciences, University of Bremen)

Questions regarding the positon should be addressed to Ben Marzeion
(ben.marzeion@uni-bremen.de).

[Caglist] 2 year, contract limited Human-Environment Geography at University of Guelph

Good Day Colleagues,

The Department of Geography at the University of Guelph has posted a 2-year contract limited position for a Human-Environment Geography scholar, to begin this August –

http://ift.tt/2o5udm5

The deadline for applications is May 1 (really soon), please pass this on to interested colleagues.  We are an outstanding department, with innovative and dedicated scholars, and we look forward to welcoming another colleague.

The official job posting is here –>
http://ift.tt/2o5udm5.

Sincerely,

Jackie

[ES_JOBS_NET] NCAR Scientist I Job Opening

Interested applicants please apply at: http://ift.tt/2oTucB7

Scientist I

 

This is a full-time, 5-year term position with possibility of an extension. This position will be posted until 4 pm on May 17th 2017 or until a sufficient number of applications have been received.  Thereafter, applications will be reviewed on an as-needed basis.

 

NCAR – Earth Observing Laboratory (EOL) – Research Aviation Facility (RAF)

 

Partial relocation costs paid per UCAR’s relocation policy.

 

UCAR/NCAR will sponsor a work visa to fill this position.

 

Overview – “Where You Will Work”

Formed in 2005, the Earth Observing Laboratory (EOL) is one of the seven laboratories of NCAR, the National Science Foundation’s Federally Funded Research and Development Center. As the successor of NCAR’s Atmospheric Technology Division (ATD), the mission of EOL is to provide leadership in observing facilities, field project support as well as research and data services needed to advance the scientific understanding of the Earth system. 

 

EOL manages the majority of NSF’s Lower Atmosphere Observing Facilities (LAOF) and deploys them in support of observational field campaigns, ranging from single investigator projects to large complex campaigns that involve multiple investigators, agencies, and platforms, nationally and internationally. EOL deploys its systems for research by scientists from universities, NCAR, and government agencies, as well as for education. An integral part of EOL’s mission is to develop the next generation of LAOF and to provide management and archiving of data from past supported campaigns. 

 

In order to ensure progress in the atmospheric sciences, EOL supports a wide-range of research areas within the Earth system science, ranging from microscale to mesoscale to climate process studies, and employs LAOF platforms and systems that reach from the surface of the Earth to the lower stratosphere and beyond. 

 

EOL’s Research Aviation Facility (RAF) is a national resource for the advancement of airborne research in the geosciences, with a focus on the safe operation of research aircraft in a wide variety of challenging sampling environments. RAF has been in operation since 1964, serving the NSF geosciences community by providing research platforms and expertise in airborne installations and measurement techniques. The NSF/NCAR C-130 and Gulfstream V aircraft, together with their available instrumentation, offer a level of sophistication and operational capabilities that are not generally available for NSF programs elsewhere.

 

For more information on EOL, please visit the Join Our Team page. 

 

This position (office and laboratory space) is based at EOL/RAF at the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport. Office space is also available at Foothills Laboratory if/when needed.  

 

Position Details – “What You Will Do”

Conduct independent research with a specialization in airborne measurements and observations and their application to advancing the understanding of atmospheric processes that operate at many different scales, from weather to climate system science. Understand and communicate measurement science and its application to broad areas of community interest. Work on independent observational research and participates in collaborative scientific research and development activities within the Earth Observing Laboratory’s (EOL) Research Aviation Facility (RAF) and other parts of the Laboratory, across NCAR, and with the university community. Provide expertise in areas that complement existing scientific staff in EOL, such as in airborne measurements of air motion and turbulence. Provide laboratory and community leadership in developing new areas of research and new field deployments by working with scientists across NCAR and within the university community.

 

Travel to the field in support of airborne EOL field deployments. Contribute to the improvement of data to meet broad community scientific objectives. Interact with scientists throughout EOL, NCAR, and the broader community in these field campaigns and airborne instrumentation deployment activities, contributing extensively to the goals of EOL, NCAR and the community. 

 

Conduct basic research on atmospheric processes by:  identifying gaps in our current knowledge of atmospheric processes; skillfully using and interpreting measurements from a broad suite of airborne instruments to solve major gaps in our knowledge; developing field measurements to address these problems; using observational measurements to improve processes in numerical models; or by developing improved instrumentation to meet future community needs.  Publish results in high quality, peer-reviewed journals. Present results at scientific conferences.

As part of the RAF team, provide broad instrumentation support to EOL airborne field deployments and assists community scientists in planning for future research campaigns. Travel and participate in field campaigns, as needed, to carry out this duty, including flying on the NSF/NCAR aircraft when appropriate.

Interact with EOL engineers (electrical, optical, mechanical, software), technicians, and project managers on instrument development activities to design better instruments, measurement techniques or data processing algorithms.

Contribute to RAF, EOL, and NCAR programs through service on various internal committees (EOL Science Group, NCAR Early Career Science Assembly, etc.) and education and outreach activities. Is involved in the professional life of the laboratory, planning future research priorities, collaborating with other EOL/NCAR scientists, etc.

Perform external professional service through reviews, participation on thesis committees, service on professional committees, etc.

Develop proposals for external funding for scientific activities that are well aligned with the overall goals of the Laboratory.

 

Decision Making & Problem Solving

Identifies gaps in our present knowledge of atmospheric processes and designs experiments to fill in these gaps.

Identifies and supports activities that contribute to a diverse and welcoming work environment at the RAF for both staff and visitors.

Applies scientific judgment and experience in the evaluation of instrument performance and in the interpretation of field measurements.

Identifies opportunities for improving existing instrumentations or data processing algorithms or for new instrumentation development and contributes to their realization. 

Evaluates strengths and weakness in the scientific capabilities of the Laboratory and works collaboratively with the Laboratory staff and administration to improve the processes in the Laboratory.

 

Minimum Job Requirements – “What You Need”

PhD in Atmospheric Sciences or a related field

Experience in:

Post-doctoral research training

Experience with airborne field deployment data and/or instrumentation

Demonstrated record of high-quality publications

Experience working in a collaborative research environment.

Willingness to travel to remote field locations for periods of weeks (typically 3-4 weeks) 1-2 times per year, and willingness/ability to fly on NSF/NCAR research aircraft.

Demonstrated ability to conduct high-quality independent research in observational atmospheric sciences

Demonstrated record of publications in high-quality journals and oral presentations at major scientific conferences

Knowledge of appropriate mathematical techniques and software applications necessary for high quality research

Knowledge of airborne instrumentation that complements existing laboratory expertise

Ability to work well in an interdisciplinary team

Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills

Experience and skill in the deployment of field instruments as part of collaborative airborne field campaigns

 

 

The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer that strives to develop and maintain a diverse workforce. UCAR is committed to providing equal opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment and does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or pregnancy.

 

Whatever your intersection of identities, you are welcome at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR). We are committed to inclusivity and promoting an equitable environment that values and respects the uniqueness of all members of our organization.

[ES_JOBS_NET] Professor in Earth Systems Science

Greetings All,

Please note that the University of Glasgow is currently seeking a Professor in Earth Systems Science. More information can be found at the following website: http://ift.tt/2okXDJi

I am happy to answer any questions regarding the position.

Best,

Jaime

~~~~~~~~~~~

Jaime L Toney

Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Organic Geochemistry

University of Glasgow

Geographical & Earth Sciences

G12 8QQ

Office: +44 (0)141 330 6864

Email:
jaime.toney@glasgow.ac.uk

University Website:
http://ift.tt/2aBQ8vo

BECS Website: http://ift.tt/2aDJSQH

Twitter: @BECS_Biomarkers

[Met-jobs] Postdoctoral Position at Northern Arizona University (USA)

Forwarded from CLIMLIST…

The Paleoclimate Dynamics Laboratory at Northern Arizona University
seeks a Post-Doctoral Research Scholar to advance its research capacity
in data-intensive paleoclimatology. Please contact
Nicholas.McKay@nau.edu with questions or
interest.

Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Earth, Climate, Ocean or Atmospheric
Science, Machine Learning, Data Science, Statistics or a related field
conferred between August 31, 2013 and August 31, 2017.

Application deadline: May 1, 2017.

For details, see http://nau.edu/mckay, or the announcement here
.

[Met-jobs] Postdoctoral position on the impact of volcanic gases and aerosols on the atmosphere

Dear all,
A postdoctoral researcher is sought to collaborate on the
VOLCPLUME French ANR-funded project : « Volcanic plumes: emission,
chemistry-transport and impact on the atmosphere and climate ».
The position should start around September 2017 and will be for a
fixed term of 2 years. The researcher will be based at the
Laboratoire d’Optique Atmosphérique (Université Lille 1/CNRS) in
the vibrant city of Lille (France) which is located one hour from
three european capital cities (Paris, London, Brussels).
The VOLCPLUME project, at the interface between volcanology and
atmospheric sciences, aims at better characterizing volcanic gas
and ash emissions using inverse modelling procedures that combine
ground and satellite observations of the volcanic plume with
chemistry‐ transport modelling. The primary objective of the
project is to provide a refined knowledge of source emissions at
high temporal resolution which will improve our ability to
forecast the atmospheric evolution of volcanic plumes and better
assess their short‐term impact on air traffic or air quality. On
longer term perspectives, this research should provide a refined
quantification of the budget and life cycle of volcanic
sulphur-rich aerosols, which represent a key forcing parameter for
global climate models.
The successful candidate will retrieve, for specific volcanic
case-studies, timeseries of volcanic SO2 emission flux and height,
at high temporal resolution, using inverse modelling techniques
exploiting various UV and IR spaceborne observations. Based on
this refined SO2 source and a panel of aerosol observations
(including spaceborne-, ground- as well as in-situ observations),
the life cycle of SO2 and sulfate aerosols within a tropospheric
volcanic plume will be investigated using chemistry-transport
modelling. The candidate will especially explore the impact of the
substantial sulfur-rich degassing of the long-lasting Holuhraun
eruption of Bardarbunga volcano (Iceland) on the atmospheric
chemistry of the Arctic Polar region. The impact of Etna degassing
on the Mediterranean troposphere over the last decade will be also
investigated.
The Laboratoire d’Optique Atmosphérique (LOA) is reknowned
internationally for its expertise in the field of atmospheric
observation and modelling. Researches of its about 70 members
focus on the study of aerosols of various types (originating from
desert, biomass burning, sea, urban pollution and volcanoes),
meteorological clouds, gases and the interaction of these various
atmospheric components with radiation. Hence, the LOA develops
multi-disciplinary and multi-scale (from particle to global
scales) researches which benefit from 1- an expertise in the
retrieval of multiple satellite observations covering a large
spectral range from UV to thermal IR and millimetric waves, 2- two
instrumental platforms equipped with a large panel of
active/passive remote sensing and in-situ instruments, 3- its
participation in international ground-based network observations
(LIDAR, sunphotometry, UV radiation), 4- an expertise in the
development of instruments for airborne observations serving as
spaceborne prototypes and 5- an expertise in modelling the
atmospheric dynamics from urban to continental scales.
A PhD in Atmospheric Sciences, Geophysics or related discipline
with experience in atmospheric chemistry-transport modeling is
highly desirable. Experience in inverse modelling would be an
advantage. A strong background in Unix/Linux environment is
required.
Salary is calculated in accordance with french public service
salaries, taking into account previous work experience.
Applicants should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae
including a list of publications and the name of 2 or 3
references.
For more information, application and/or discussion about this
position, you can contact Marie Boichu
(marie.boichu@univ-lille1.fr) and Jean-Christophe Péré
(jean-christophe.pere@univ-lille1.fr).

[ES_JOBS_NET] Professor in Earth Systems Science

Greetings All,

Please note that the University of Glasgow is currently seeking a Professor in Earth Systems Science. More information can be found at the following website: http://jobs.

I am happy to answer any questions regarding the position.

Best,

Jaime

~~~~~~~~~~~

Jaime L Toney

Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Organic Geochemistry

University of Glasgow

Geographical & Earth Sciences

G12 8QQ

Office: +44 (0)141 330 6864

Email:
jaime.toney@glasgow.ac.uk

University Website:
http://ift.tt/2hB26Eo

BECS Website: http://

Twitter: @BECS_Biomarkers

[ES_JOBS_NET] Dean of the School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences (Stanford)

Stanford University

School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences

Stanford University invites applications and nominations for the position of Dean of the

School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences. The mission of the School is to

develop the knowledge, talent and leadership to understand the changing Earth and to help

solve the resource and environmental challenges facing the world now and in the

decades ahead.

The Dean of the School must possess an exceptional scholarly record and have the capacity

to provide intellectual leadership to the School community and support the highest

standards of faculty scholarship and teaching. The Dean should demonstrate the ability to

manage a complex organization, understand the academic process, connect with students,

provide leadership in building a diverse, globally connected institution and have

knowledge of the Earth sciences, broadly defined. The Dean must also forge links with

other Stanford schools, the School alumni and, more generally, the Earth, energy and

environmental science and engineering communities outside of Stanford, and express

viewpoints in public speeches and writing.

The School is one of Stanford’s seven schools, with expertise in a range of energy,

environment and geoscience fields. The School is the key platform at Stanford for educating

the next generation to be responsible stewards of Earth’s resources and environment. The

School is comprised of four academic departments (Geological Sciences, Geophysics,

Energy Resources Engineering and Earth System Science) and three interdisciplinary

programs (Computational Geoscience, Earth Systems and the Emmett Interdisciplinary

Program in Environment and Resources), and is also home to a suite of shared analytical

facilities and the Stanford Educational Farm. Understanding the fundamental physical,

chemical and biological systems of Earth and the evolution of those systems, and

interactions with human activities, over the full span of Earth history are hallmarks of the

School. Faculty and students focus on challenges that include securing a sustainable energy

future, providing food and water resources, mitigating natural disaster risks, and

developing long-term climate solutions.

The core community includes 65 faculty, 120 staff, 140 undergraduates, 400 graduate

students, and 65 post-doctoral scholars, plus a community of adjunct faculty, Professors of

Practice and visiting scholars. The School’s annual budget is close to $70 million, over 40%

of which comes from school endowment and another 30% from external support (federal,

foundation, corporate, and others), with the remaining a combination of university general

funds, gifts and other revenue.

As the senior officer of the School, the Dean is responsible for both the School’s academic

strategy and its fiscal management. The Dean works closely with and provides leadership

for faculty in planning and implementing academic programs, administers the School’s

resources, communicates the School’s mission and goals to internal and external

constituencies, and raises funds from alumni, friends, corporations and foundations.

The Dean reports to the Provost of the University and serves on the Executive Cabinet.

Stanford University is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its

faculty. It welcomes nominations of and applications from women, members of minority groups, protected

veterans and individuals with disabilities, as well as others who would bring additional dimensions to the

university’s research, teaching and clinical missions.

Please address inquiries, nominations, and applications by Monday, May 15, 2017 to:

Dean Search Committee

Building 10, Stanford University

Stanford, California 94305-2061

or

deansearch@stanford.edu

[GilbertClub] UWyo Temp Geomorphology Faculty Position