[Met-jobs] Senior Research Assistant in Atmospheric Process Analysis

Senior Research Assistant in Atmospheric Process Analysis

School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics, Centre for Atmospheric and Instrumentation Research (CAIR)

University of Hertfordshire, UK

UH6 £26274 to £28695 pa depending on skills and experience

Full time position working 37 hours per week. Fixed term post for 18 months

Reference number: 012955

Deadline: 27 November 2015

Research on atmospheric dynamics and air quality within the Centre includes modelling analysis of atmospheric processes affecting local to regional air quality, its impacts on health and interaction with meteorology
and climate. We are looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated scientist to contribute to ongoing national and international projects on air quality forecasting and analysis of processes influencing air quality, exposure and atmospheric composition on
city to regional scales. You must have a good first degree in a relevant subject and a PhD in a topic related to atmospheric process modelling with in depth understanding of boundary layer physics and dynamics and transformation processes affecting atmospheric
composition. It will be essential that you have strong experience in the development and use of advanced atmospheric models in combination with observations to examine the underlying mechanisms and processes responsible for variation in air quality. You must
also have excellent skills in writing and speaking English and a good track record of publishing papers in high quality journals.

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To apply:

The completed application form accompanied by a full CV and personal statement addressing the applicant’s suitability for the post with reference to the Person Specification and Job Description should be submitted
online. Please read the Annex which describes the job requirements. Go to: http://ift.tt/1QnOPfq

Click on ‘Research vacancies’ and then on ‘View list of research vacancies’.

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