The Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) at CU Boulder encourages applications for an Associate Scientist.
Apr. 20, 2021 12:00 am
June 20, 2021 12:00 am
The Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) at CU Boulder
The Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) at CU Boulder encourages applications for an Associate Scientist position within the Physical Sciences Laboratory (PSL) of NOAA’s Earth System Research Laboratories (ESRL) in Boulder, Colorado. PSL and CIRES are participating in the NOAA “Climate-Fisheries initiative” to enhance access, analysis, and visualization of ocean data and model output. The chosen candidate will assist in the development of a centralized hub for climate and oceanographic information and the creation of new data portals for use in marine resource applications. The position will entail working with federal and university employees to build PSL’s data archive by downloading and processing large Earth System Model data sets and developing software that will enable users worldwide to access, analyze, and display the data. In addition, the individual may also participate in research projects contributing to publications and presentations.
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- Obtain, process, and document existing and new datasets, including in situ and satellite data, global and regional model simulations, and ocean reanalyses (which combines observations with model fields).
- Evaluate data quality and the accuracy of ocean model simulations.
- Develop software to analyze and visualize different types of data using modern programming languages.
- Contribute to publications in scientific journals and conference presentations.
- BS degree in Oceanography, Atmospheric Science or a related field, AND at least two years of relevant experience or a MS or PhD in Oceanography, Atmospheric Science or a related field.