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[Met-jobs] Scientist Position at the Bureau of Meteorology (Australia)

From "Roger Brugge" <r.brugge@reading.ac.uk>
To "met-jobs@lists.rdg.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Mon, 1 Aug 2011 09:52:44 +0000

Forwarded from CLIMLIST...


The Bureau of Meteorology is seeking a scientist to participate in
research and development of the POAMA dynamical prediction system,
particularly in relation to the intraseasonal prediction of climate
extremes over Australia. The intraseasonal prediction system is an
extension of the POAMA seasonal prediction system and consists of
dynamical coupled ocean and atmosphere models and sophisticated data
assimilation systems. The scientist will conduct research on the
mechanisms and causes of intraseasonal variations of climate extremes
and their representation in the POAMA forecast system. The appointee
will have a strong scientific research background, preferably with
experience in climate variability, prediction and coupled climate modelling.

This position (reference number: 12628) will be part of CAWCR, a joint
research centre between the Australian Bureau of Meteorology and the
CSIRO (<http://www.cawcr.gov.au/>).  The appointment is for 2.5 years at
the Research Scientist level ($70,104 – $94,184 per annum, plus an
additional 15.4% superannuation).

To view the Full Job Details and to obtain further information on the
recruitment process and how to apply, refer to the Bureau of Meteorology
careers website <http://www.bom.gov.au/careers/>.  Applications are to
be lodged online via this website by the closing date.

Please read the selection documentation and if you have any queries
specific to this position please contact Dr Debbie Hudson on (03) 9669
4796 or email <D.Hudson@bom.gov.au>.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: THURSDAY 11 August 2011




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