[Met-jobs] Boundary Layer Scientist, Cardington, Met Office


An opportunity exists for the position of Boundary layer scientist at the Met Office Research Unit in Bedfordshire, UK. The unit (part of Observation Based Research), conducts research into (mainly) boundary layer processes in order to support developments
to Met Office forecast models. The group works closely with scientists across the Met Office, using observations to drive improvements to model performance. The forty-four acre field site at Cardington, Bedfordshire, consists of a wide array of world class
research observations, both surface based, and also from tethered balloon and UAV platforms. The team based at Cardington consists of 10 staff including scientists, instrument scientists, technicians and an administrator. This is an opportunity for someone
with interests in boundary layer science and research instrumentation to join a diverse team focussed on work that supports fundamental improvements to Met Office model performance. 

Job Purpose 

To conduct atmospheric research using Cardington data, assisting or managing projects as appropriate. To help maintain and develop the instrument capability at Cardington. 

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