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[Met-jobs] Information System & Post Doctoral Fellow Positions at the Univ. of Alaska (USA)

From "Roger Brugge" <>
To "" <>
Date Tue, 26 Jul 2011 12:50:46 +0000

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JOB TITLE: IS Professional 2
DEPARTMENT: Atmospheric Sciences
POSTING #: 0062114
SALARY: Grade 79/1
REVIEW DATE: October 31, 2011

Job Summary: This Information System position requires experience in
statistical mathematics and the willingness to obtain new knowledge
relevant to statistics and atmospheric sciences is required. Ability to
ensure that information systems are working. Problem solving and
analysis to resolve software and hardware problems and issues. Bachelors
in Computer Science or other scientific field.  The successful candidate
will have obtained a B.S  in computer science or equivalent experience
in information technology and sciences.   Theoretical and practical
knowledge of computer systems and functionality gained through higher
education experience in MySQL database programming and graphic
development software. If you have questions on this position, please
contact Dr. Gerd Wendler at (907) 474-7378, or e-mail at

JOB TITLE: Post Doctoral Fellow
DEPARTMENT: Atmospheric Sciences
POSTING #: 0061993
SALARY: Salary commensurate with experience
CLOSE DATE: August 30, 2011

Job Summary: We seek to appoint a post doc to support our development of
new methods in numerical weather modeling using the Weather Research
Forecast (WRF) model. The work focus will be an assessment of temporal
and spatial variations of anthropogenic water vapor emissions in the
Arctic, and modeling the respective microphysics and related visibility
constraints due to ice fog during the winter.

At the GI, the diversity of our research focus is reflected by our
disciplinary-based, functional groupings of faculty and research staff.
These divisions are: space physics and aeronomy, atmospheric sciences,
snow, ice, and permafrost, seismology, volcanology, and tectonics and
sedimentation and cross-discipline satellite remote sensing.These
research divisions reflect the range and diversity of the active
scientific research projects which reach from the surface of the sun to
the center of the earth and beyond. Our 60 faculty, together with
approximately 80 graduate students and 40 associated undergraduates
carry out research projects at high latitudes relating to our location
within the Arctic.

If you would like to apply for this position, please go to
<> and click on "Create Application" link to
select a User Name and Password and to create your application. Once you
have completed this step you can begin applying for jobs on-line by
clicking "Job Posting Search". If you have any questions regarding
applying, please contact Nicole Scholle, Human Resources Technician,
Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks, (907) 474-6010 or
e-mail: <>.

UAF is an AA/EO Employer and Educational Institution.

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