|From||"Kong, Xin" <email@example.com>|
|Date||Wed, 17 Oct 2012 11:07:22 +0100|
Post title: Research Fellow in Global Scale Atmospheric Pollution and Climate Modelling SBU: Centre for Atmospheric and Instrumentation Research – Physics, Astronomy & Maths Salary range: £25,251 - £27,578 per annum depending on skills and experience Salary scale: UH6 FTE: This is a full time position for 37 hours per week Duration of contract: This is a fixed term contract for a period of two years and is available immediately We are looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated scientist to contribute to research programmes on modelling of atmospheric pollution and climate and associated impacts of air quality on global and regional scales. Particular focus will be on the use of global scale air pollution models to simulate aerosols and ozone distributions at high resolutions by interfacing with regional models and so improve our understanding of how large scale forcing can influence atmospheric composition on continental scales. You must have a good first degree in a relevant subject and a PhD in atmospheric modelling. Strong experience in the use of advanced regional and global air pollution and/or climate models operating on LINUX platforms, programming languages (eg FORTRAN) and associated visualisation techniques will be essential. Experience of using different modelling approaches, interfacing regional and global models and use of large datasets in community standard formats will be important. You should also have experience of critically analysing model predictions with available measurements and relate these to underlying mechanisms and multiscale processes. You must also have excellent skills in writing and speaking English and a good track record of publishing papers in high quality journals. Additional information: Please include your full CV (with contact details of three referees) Contact details/Informal enquiries: For an informal discussion please contact Professor Ranjeet S Sokhi, Centre for Atmospheric and Instrumentation Research (CAIR), Tel: 01707 284520, Fax: 01707 284208, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information please visit http://strc.herts.ac.uk/cair Closing Date: 24 October 2012 Reference number: Please quote reference number 009270 Work permit statement: Under current UKBA regulations, the University is unlikely to be able to get a work permit in respect of this post. We can therefore only accept applications from people who will have the right to work in the UK for the total duration of the contract. The University offers a range of benefits including a final salary pension scheme, professional development, family friendly policies, child care vouchers, waiving of course fees for the children of staff at UH, discounted memberships at the Hertfordshire Sports Village and generous annual leave. Apply online at http://www.herts.ac.uk/jobs
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