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[Met-jobs] Three lectureships in ocean and climate science at UEA Norwich

From "Heywood Karen Prof (ENV)" <K.Heywood@uea.ac.uk>
To "met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Tue, 5 Apr 2011 09:43:40 +0100

I would be grateful if you could please circulate the following opportunities for open-ended lectureships at UEA Norwich.  Thank you.  I am happy to answer any queries.

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Lectureship in Ocean Modelling

We seek an innovative and dynamic scientist, with a proven research record in numerical modelling of physical oceanographic processes and/or ocean circulation. You will join a group of marine and atmospheric scientists at UEA active in research in many areas of climate science and will complement, existing areas of expertise in the school. You will contribute to teaching physical oceanography and/or numerical modelling to undergraduates and Masters students. You must have a PhD or equivalent and be able to fulfil all essential elements of the person specification for the post. This indefinite full-time post is available from 1 September but start dates are flexible.

See http://www.uea.ac.uk/hr/jobs/acad/atr967.htm

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Lectureship in Shelf Seas Physical Oceanography

We seek an innovative and dynamic physical oceanographer with a proven research record in the physics of shelf seas that complements existing research areas within the School. The appointee will undertake research and teaching in shallow water processes, and will be encouraged to develop collaborations with Cefas. You will contribute to teaching in physical oceanography at undergraduate and postgraduate level. You must have a PhD or equivalent and be able to fulfil all other essential elements of the person specification. This post is available on an indefinite full-time basis from 1 September 2011 but start dates are flexible.

See http://www.uea.ac.uk/hr/jobs/acad/atr966.htm

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Lectureship in Climate Dynamics

We seek an innovative and dynamic scientist with a proven research record in detection and attribution of climate change, dynamical interactions within the climate system or statistical climatology. Based within the Climatic Research Unit, the lecturer will develop his or her research in this field and will contribute to teaching and assessment of Undergraduate and Masters level modules in general areas of Climate and Meteorology. You must have a PhD (or equivalent) and be able to fulfill all essential elements of the person specification for the post. The post is available from 1 September 2011 on an indefinite full-time basis but start dates are flexible.


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Salaries £37,990 to £44,016 per annum

Closing date for all posts : 12 noon on 3 May 2011.



Professor Karen J. Heywood
Physical Oceanographer
School of Environmental Sciences
University of East Anglia
Norwich NR4 7TJ
-44-1603-592555

Royal Society - Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellow 2010-2011

Norwich: fourth highest cited UK city for science, thanks to the University and our Norwich Research Park partners.  

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