[Met-jobs] Vacancies: Climatology Researcher and Statistical Modeller in La Serena, Chile

The Centro de Estudios Avanzados en Zonas
Áridas (Center for Advanced Studies in Arid Zones, CEAZA), La Serena-Coquimbo,
Chile, is currently seeking to appoint a Researcher in Regional Climatology and
a Statistical Modeller for Geoscience Applications.

 

The Researcher in Regional Climatology
should develop the area of regional climatology focused in the northern and
central regions of Chile, through the direction of research projects, and by
generating publications in relevant ISI journals. The researcher should be able
to integrate local and global scale processes through the use of numerical and
statistical tools, as well as integrating and comparing numerical model outputs
with local-scale meteorological data. In addition, the researcher should be
able to work in multi-disciplinary research teams.

 

The Statistical Modeller for Geoscience
Applications should be able to generate, in conjunction with researchers,
different types of statistical models, implement new models, analyse time
series data undertake validation of atmospheric and hydrological models and to
analyse model outputs. Data, models and analysis are related with different
geoscience disciplines.

 

Full details of the positions can be found
here:

 

Researcher: http://ift.tt/1UkqIAE

 

Modeler: http://ift.tt/1NYAa6k

 

Details of CEAZA and the Meteorology Unit
(to which the Modeller will be attached) can be found here:

http://www.ceaza.cl

http://www.ceazamet.cl

 

The deadline for applications is 16 May,
2016. Please contact shelley.macdonell@ceaza.cl
 for informal inquires. Applications
should be sent to: direccion@ceaza.cl.

 

 

The Center for Advanced Studies in Arid
Zones, located in La Serena and Coquimbo – Chile is a scientific consortium,
founded in 2003, which is dedicated to studying the impact of climatic and
oceanographic variability on the hydrological cycle and biological productivity
in the arid zones of Northern-Central Chile.

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