|From||"Freese, Katja" <Katja.Freese@wsv.bund.de>|
|Date||Tue, 4 Jun 2013 09:03:08 +0200|
The research and development department of the German Meteorological Service (DWD) at Frankfurt/Offenbach is looking for a
starting on 1.10.2013 to be filled on a temporary position until 30.09.2015 within the HD(CP)2 project.
The HD(CP)2 project
(high definition clouds and precipitation for climate prediction, http://hdcp2.zmaw.de/) aims to improve precipitation forecasts and to reduce uncertainty
in climate simulations. The entire project comprises in total about 50
The S5 part of HD(CP)2 done by this and a second position already filled focuses on “model uncertainty for partially resolved clouds and precipitation”. This work will benefit from ICON-LEM simulations to be used to determine uncertainties in the ICON model applied at climate resolutions. These uncertainty estimates will then further be used in an ensemble forecast framework.
The job description includes the following activities:
· Characterize variability from LES
· Design resolution dependent perturbations
· Introduce perturbations in ICON code
· Ensemble simulations at resolution of 2-20km
· Analyze variability and error growth
· Documentation of procedures and results, including presentation at internal and external meetings and in scientific journals
Necessary requirements for the candidates are:
· Scientific studies with a master degree or diploma, preferably in meteorology, mathematics or physics
· Confident knowledge of English (Level B2 CEFR) in written and oral form
· Basic knowledge of German (Level A2 CEFR) in written and oral form
Further essential experiences:
· Solid knowledge in the field of general meteorology
· Knowledge in the field of meteorological research and development
· Knowledge in ensemble methods in numerical weather prediction
· Knowledge in the parameterization of physical processes
· Knowledge in stochastic physics
· Knowledge and experiences in analysis and visualization of complex and extensive datasets
· Knowledge and experiences with programming languages, e.g. FORTRAN or C, and UNIX
· Practical experiences with large-eddy models
· Practical experiences with weather and climate models
· Ability to think and act conceptually and target-oriented
· Motivation and initiative
· Skills in communication and cooperation (nationally and internationally)
· Creativity and ability to innovate
· Quick perception and motivation to learn
· Skills in the presentation of scientific results (orally and written)
· Ability to transfer complex theoretical approaches into practical methods
Experience in international collaboration is advantageous.
The post is rated according to EG 13 TvöD (see http://oeffentlicher-dienst.info/tvoed/bund/). The assignment of levels will be carried out according to personal experiences.
The Deutsche Wetterdienst supports work-family-balance and has been certified accordingly. Further information is available at: www.beruf-und-familie.de.
Part-time assignment is possible.
Women with equivalent skills and experiences will be given preference according to the law of equal opportunities.
Seriously disabled applicants with equal competences will be given preference. Only a minimum of physical ability is needed.
If your interest has been sparked, please apply until 05.07.2013 via the Electronic Application Process on the website http://jobboerse.bmvbs.de.
Under the heading “Zugang für Bewerber/innen zum Elektronischen Bewerbungsverfahren EBV”, you can apply under “Bewerbung mittels Referenzcode”.
please enter the reference code 2013
Please upload your complete application documents (CV, master/diploma certificate) as an attachment in your candidate profile.
In addition, please maintain your candidate profile in "Ausbildung/Abschlüsse" your graduation, in "Berufserfahrung" your employer and in "Sprachen" your German and English language skills.
For administrative help please feel free to contact Frau Isabel Seeber, Tel.: +49 69/8062-4256.
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