|From||Robin Hogan <email@example.com>|
|Date||Tue, 28 Feb 2012 09:55:56 +0000|
We are seeking an outstanding atmospheric scientist to take up the
position of Joint Met Office Chair in Weather Processes at
the Department of Meteorology, University of Reading, UK. |
This post is co-sponsored by the University of Reading and the Met Office, and will provide strategic leadership for the Academic Partnership between the two institiutes. We are looking for a scientist with an outstanding research record in weather processes from a theoretical, observational and/or modelling perspective to fill this important post. The role has a national profile and will require strong leadership skills and an ability to attract research funding. The specific duties of the role are:
Joint Met Office Chair in Weather Processes
Informal enquiries are welcome and may be addressed either to Robin Hogan (Head of Department for Research) or Giles Harrison (Head of Department for Academic Staff and Teaching).
The University aspires to be an "Employer of Choice" and recognises that success is not simply determined by a competitive suite of terms and conditions of service, but by fostering a working environment that protects the physical and mental well-being of its staff. Full details of the University's Health and Well-being policy are available from HR. In addition to this, the University also supports its staff in other ways, such as its Centre for Staff Training and Development (http://www.reading.ac.uk/internal/cstd/), its Sportspark (http://www.sport.reading.ac.uk/) and excellent Nursery facilities (http://www.rusu.co.uk/intheunion/nursery/) available to staff.
The School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences was awarded an Athena SWAN Silver award in 2010 in recognition of its good employment practices in relation to women working in science, engineering and technology (SET). Please follow the link for more information: http://www.athenaswan.org.uk/html/athena-swan/
-- Professor Robin J. Hogan Room 2L77 Tel: +44 118 3786416 Department of Meteorology Fax: +44 118 3788905 University of Reading Email: firstname.lastname@example.org PO Box 243 Web: www.met.reading.ac.uk READING RG6 6BB, UK
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