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[Met-jobs] New Vacancies at ECMWF

Director of Computing

Ref.: n/a

Category: STF-C

Closing date: 23 April 2018, noon

Please note applications for this position must be submitted via Berwick Partners – see:

Production Analyst – environmental applications forecasts

Ref.: VN18-15

Grade: A2

Category: STF-PL

Closing date: 26 April 2018

Senior Analyst -Team Leader Observations in the Production Section

Ref.: VN18-016

Category – STF-C

Closing date: 30 April 2018

For further information or to apply on line,
please visit the jobs pages on our website:

[Met-jobs] Walk-in-Interview for Research Associate

Dear Sir/Madam

Centre for Ocean Atmospheric Science & Technology (COAST) at Amity University Jaipur, is recruiting Research Associate position in one of the DST funded project on “Assessment
of the vulnerability on the Indian coast due to tropical cyclones in the context of climate changeâ€.

Candidate with Ph.D in Atmospheric Science/Meteorology/Climate Science and/
or relevant discipline may appear for Walk-In-Interview at Academic Block-A, Amity University Rajasthan, Jaipur on 12 
March, 2018 at 11.00 A.M. along with Bio-data and all original certificates/ documents. Also  send  application letter, Curriculum
Vitae through e-mail  to Prof.(Dr.)
P.V.S. Raju  (


The selected candidate shall work in the
area- vulnerability assessment, tropical cyclone simulations with HWRF model.


No TA/DA will be paid to the candidate appearing for Interview. The above positions are purely temporary for one year and it can be extended depending upon the performance and availability of the funds.

With Best Regards

Dr. P.V.S. Raju

Professor & Dy. Director

Centre for Ocean-Atmospheric Science & Technology (COAST)

Amity University Rajasthan, NH-11C,
Kant Kalwar, 

Jaipur, Rajasthan

Ph: 9784 9783 34

[Caglist] Douglas College – Laboratory Tech IV (Geography)

Douglas College
Department of Geography and the Environment

Laboratory Tech IV (Geography)

Posting Number: 00060SA
Title: Laboratory Tech IV (Geography)
Department: Geography and the Environment
Location: New Westminster Campus/Coquitlam
Salary Range: $46,264/year (with increments up to a max of
Position Type: Support Staff – Regular
Posting Type: Internal/External
Full Time/Part Time: Full Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular

What Douglas Offers: DO what you love. Be good at
it. That’s how Douglas College defines a great career. It’s a
philosophy that resonates through our classrooms, our offices
and our boardrooms. It inspires our students and drives us to
make Douglas College one of BC’s Top Employers. We love what we
do. And we’re looking for passionate, motivated people to join
us in making one of Canada’s best colleges even better.

The Role: The Lab Technician IV contributes to
the success of Douglas College and its community of learners by
providing laboratory instruction, evaluation and supervision of
students in the Geography Faculty. The Lab Technician IV also
provides exceptional client-centred service on a consistent
basis to all stakeholder groups.


1. Provides laboratory instruction and
demonstration related to college geography courses.

a. instructs students with respect to the laboratory component
of college geography courses in the laboratory and during
field trips;
b. demonstrates the correct use of computers and equipment in
the laboratory;
c. instructs students with respect to safety procedures;
d. supervises students in the laboratory, ensuring compliance
with safety procedures;
e. develops and implements strategies to facilitate student

2. Evaluates student work and performance in relation to
laboratory requirements.

a. evaluates written work submitted by students as well as the
performance of students in the laboratory in relation to
laboratory requirements of courses;
b. assesses and assigns final laboratory grades;
c. provides additional assistance to students, outside of
regularly scheduled laboratory times, in relation to course

3. Prepares materials for use in the laboratory.

a. assesses new information and determines its relative value
in relation to facilitating student learning in the
b. sets and evaluates laboratory quizzes and exams;
c. maintains, updates and arranges for printing of laboratory
d. creates and/or initiates the development of supplementary
instructional materials such as posters, information sheets,
e. researches, designs and writes experiments for student use.

4. Performs other related duties.

a. creates, maintains and updates report sheets;
b. maintains records of geography laboratory grades;
c. sets up laboratory equipment and demonstrations and ensures
equipment is in good working order;
d. participates as a discipline member in the revision of
laboratory materials and manuals;
e. maintains currency with respect to geography and geography
laboratory instruction.

To Be Successful in this Role You Will Need:

1. Good working knowledge of the English language (written and
2. Bachelor’s Degree in Geography (Physical Geography preferred)
from a recognized postsecondary educational institution.
3. Excellent working knowledge of the operation and routine
maintenance of laboratory and field equipment and apparatus
together with a good working knowledge of safety measures
related to the operation of a Geography Laboratory.
4. Demonstrated ability to engage with students and accurately
explain geographic concepts including working with quantitative
data and equations.
5. Demonstrated ability to communicate courteously and
effectively in person, in writing, and over the telephone with
students, faculty, administrators, staff and the public.
6. Ability to maintain current knowledge in the field of
7. Ability to plan and coordinate support required in the
classroom, open lab and field environments.
8. Proven ability to effectively demonstrate proper laboratory
and field techniques to students.
9. Demonstrated ability to organize, operate and maintain
supplies for the open lab.
10. Ability to function effectively in field conditions,
including transporting, setting up and using field equipment.
11. Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimum
direct supervision as well as establish priorities and achieve
12. Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality and
13. Ability to work effectively in a team environment with
faculty and staff.
14. Proficiency with computers and geography related software
and equipment
15. Ability to learn and apply new information

Work Arrangements:

This regular full-time (35 hours per week) position is available
starting May 2, 2018. Regular hours of work are Monday to
Friday, as per the required lab schedules.

Occasional travel between campuses maybe required.

Diversity Statement: Douglas College is committed to being a
workplace that is free of discrimination, that values diversity
and is representative, at all job levels, of the communities we

Open Date: 03/05/2018
Open Until Filled: Yes

Quick Link for Direct Access to Posting:

Special Instructions to Applicants: Interested applicants must
ensure that a resume and cover letter is submitted and received
online through the Douglas College Careers site. Please ensure
your resume clearly explains how you meet the required
knowledge, skills and abilities of the position for which you
are applying.

Qualified internal applicants shall be given first
consideration in filling this position.

All candidates selected for interview will need to bring
original certificates and diplomas of educational credentials
noted on their resume.

[Met-jobs] Job Opportunity: Head of Public Engagement (maternity cover) – Full or part-time working considered

[Met-jobs] 5 advertisements PhD students, one Associate Professor

[ES_JOBS_NET] GRA position in urban remote sensing at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, AL

Dear Colleagues,

We are looking for applicants who are interested in a funded GRA position (in Earth System Science or Atmospheric Science graduate programs at the master level) in the area of urban remote sensing and its applications in urban environmental studies, e.g., urban climate, urban heat island, and health geography. The successful candidate will work in Dr. Leiqiu Hu’s group in the Department of Atmospheric Science at the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH). 


The potential candidate is expected to have basic quantitative training in remote sensing, physical geography, GIS, atmospheric sciences, or other related physical sciences. Programming experience is highly desired, such as R, Python, IDL or MATLAB. 

More information about the program and Dr. Hu’s research 

Interested applicants please directly contact Dr. Leiqiu Hu (, with recent CV and unofficial transcripts. We will continue accepting applications until the position is filled.

About UAH and applications:

The University of Alabama in Huntsville is a research-intensive, internationally recognized university with strong ties to NASA Earth Sciences through the co-located National Space Science and Technology Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The Earth System Science program is administered by the Atmospheric Science Department 

Information on applying to UAH graduate programs in the Earth System Science Program: For more information about applying for Graduate Studies within ESS or ATS, please contact Dr. Lawrence Carey at 

The University of Alabama in Huntsville is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities.


Leiqiu Hu
Assistant Professor
Department of Atmospheric Science
University of Alabama in Huntsville
National Space Science and Technology Center, CRH 3046
Voice: 256-961-7868

[ES_JOBS_NET] Postdoctoral Position in Solar Induced Fluorescence and Carbon Cycle Research at UCLA (Jochen Stutz)

Fwd: [Forsoils] M.S. graduate assistantship in forest soils at WVU

An M.S. student research assistant position at WVU on one of the coolest forest soil C landscapes you’ll find anywhere. 

[Met-jobs] PhD positions in Atmospheric Physics and Chemistry at the University of Bremen (GER)

Dear all,

Please find enclosed a 3-year PhD positions at the Institute of
Environmental Physics, University of Bremen, Germany, in the
research area “Laboratory spectroscopy in UV and near infrared
in support of satellite measurements”. The closing date for
applications is Thursday, 16th of April 2018.

Best regards

Stephanie Drath
Universität Bremen
Institut für Umweltphysik
Otto-Hahn-Allee 1
D-28359 Bremen
Tel.: 0049 (0) 421 218 62101
Fax : 0049 (0) 421 218 62070

[Met-jobs] Software Developer at the World Energy & Meteorology Council

World Energy & Meteorology Council (WEMC) is very pleased to announce the
opening of a Software Developer role. Do you have a strong technical background
and enjoy developing highly visible and eye-catching, user-friendly web-based
graphical tools based on historical and real-time data? Do you like to explore
how such web-based tools can be harnessed to improve both business and research?
This job will see you analysing requirements, proposing and developing solutions,
conducting technical development and analyses.

will be responsible for integrating the climate data (from reanalyses and other
sources) and energy data (from the Transparency Platform of the European
Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity, ENTSO-E, and other
sources) for energy and for maintaining, improving and updating a public
version of the Climate and Energy demonstrator developed by the Copernicus
Climate Change Service (C3S) European Climatic Energy Mixes (ECEM,, with
demo at: Familiarity
with front-end technologies is necessary as well.


 Maintain, update and
continually improve the C3S ECEM web service demonstrator tool, by gathering,
responding to and implementing users’ feedback

 Retrieve, store and
maintain large amount of climate and energy data, following the available Data
Management Plan

 Develop and maintain databases
as back end to the demonstrator, if and when necessary

Build reusable code and
libraries/modules for future use

Optimize the demonstrator
for maximum speed and scalability

Implement data tracking, security
and data protection

Assist with scientific


(Selection criteria to be addressed in your
cover letter)

Team player with good written
and oral communication skills

 Experience handling large
data files (both amount and size) with possible creation of database schemas (e.g.
PostgreSQL, MongoDB)

 Proficiency in a back-end
programming language such as R, Python,
Java, JavaScript

Good understanding of
front-end technologies and platforms, such as JavaScript, HTML5, and CSS3

 Experience with REST-compliant
web services

Fluency in code versioning
tools, such as Git

[Desirable] Familiarity with handling geospatial
data, particularly using open-source tools, libraries and standards (e.g.
PostGIS, GeoServer, OpenLayers, Leaflet)

[Desirable] Experience with
statistical modelling

Software Developer position is offered as full-time (a part-time arrangement is
also possible), initially as a two-year contract, which can be renewed upon
satisfactory performance. The place of work is negotiable but permit to work in
a EU country is required. The successful applicant will be offered an
attractive working package.

position is available immediately.

WEMC is a non-profit organisation devoted to promoting and enhancing the
interaction between the energy industry and the weather, climate and broader
environmental sciences community. WEMC is a young and dynamic organisation
which was established in 2015. It builds on the growing body of knowledge and
experience in weather and climate risk management in the energy industry. Its
primary goal is to enable improved sustainability, resilience and efficiency of
energy systems under ever changing weather and climate. With this job you will
be interacting with a variety of highly skilled professionals (researchers,
energy specialists, commercial service providers, etc.). Additional information
about WEMC is available at:

further information about this role, please contact Alberto Troccoli, WEMC
Managing Director,, +44 1603 591413

this position sounds like you, please submit your application, forwarding your
CV with a cover letter clearly explaining how you meet the selection criteria,
and including a sample of your portfolio, to
before Friday 6 April 2018. If the right candidate is not found by this
time, the position will remain open until filled.