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[Met-jobs] 5-year Research Fellowships at the University of Leeds

From Doug Parker <>
To Doug Parker <>
Date Tue, 4 Sep 2012 12:13:14 +0100 (BST)

The School of Earth and Environment seeks to appoint four Academic Research Fellows to strengthen its world-leading research profile across the Earth and Environmental Sciences. An Academic Research Fellowship provides the opportunity for a researcher with outstanding potential to establish an independent academic career. These posts are available for a period of five years with the expectation of progressing to an established academic post subject to meeting probationary targets.

One or more of the fellowships may be held within the Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science (ICAS), which is one of the 4 research institutes in the School of Earth and Environment. ICAS is an internationally excellent centre, of around 120 scientists, conducting research into climate and weather phenomena in the areas of Atmospheric Dynamics and Clouds; Atmospheric Chemistry and Aerosols; and Climate Change and Impacts. We study globally important climate processes by linking our field measurements, laboratory analyses and models from the scale of local weather phenomena to the global scale. Our research benefits from our long-standing integration with, and leadership of the UK National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS; The University of Leeds has a formal Academic Partnership with the Met Office (see, which involves staff exchanges, joint projects and shared students.

The details of these posts are outlined on-line at;

The deadline for these posts will be 12 October 2012 (extended from the
original web listing).

Informal enquiries regarding Atmospheric Science-related applications for these fellowships may be made to Doug Parker ( or Steve Dobbie (, or to the contacts provided on the web pages above.

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