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[Met-jobs] University Lecturer in Physical Climate Science at Oxford University, UK

From Antje Weisheimer <>
Date Fri, 01 Jul 2011 22:04:45 +0100

University Lecturer in Physical Climate Science

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS in association with Wolfson College

Grade 36S: Salary £42,733 - £57,431 p.a.

The Department of Physics proposes to appoint a University Lecturer in Physical Climate Science with effect from 1 October 2011 or as soon as possible thereafter. The successful candidate will also be offered a non-tutorial Governing Body Fellowship at Wolfson College, under arrangements described in the further particulars. The salary will be according to experience on a scale from £42,733 - £57,431 p.a. plus additional College benefits.

This appointment is part of a University-wide initiative in Physical Climate Science. Applicants should have a PhD and a strong background and active research programme in atmospheric and/or oceanic physics, in areas that complement and enhance the existing strengths of the Sub-department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics in climate research, including theory, modelling and observations (instrumentation or data analysis). The successful candidate will be expected to participate actively in research, undergraduate and graduate teaching, and relevant administration.

Further particulars, containing details of the application procedure and of the duties, may be obtained by visiting <> or from Professor P L Read, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics, Clarendon Laboratory, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PU. Applications should be sent to email: by the closing date of Monday 29 August 2011. Applicants should ensure that their referees send letters by this date. Please quote departmental reference DC11/001 on all correspondence.

Interviews will be held on 22-23 September 2011.

Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.

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