|From||Holly Dail <email@example.com>|
|Date||Fri, 25 Oct 2013 14:16:09 -0700|
The Climate Corporation has a position open for an experienced atmospheric scientist to solve real-world problems in seasonal prediction and historical reconstruction of climate conditions. We develop algorithms for statistical inference and simulation of climate from surface weather observations, weather radar, satellite remote sensing, GCMs, and more. Our mission is to provide detailed probabilistic estimates of climate variability and weather events that enable farmers around the world to protect and improve their farming operations. The successful candidate will have: - Ph.D. in atmospheric science, meteorology or climate physics. - Deep understanding of atmospheric physics and implications for modeling past and future climatological conditions. - Expertise in weather phenomena, particularly in major world agricultural regions. - Experience in interpretation of climate signals and in developing skillful seasonal climate projections. - Experience working with and interpreting real-world climatological observations. - Strong command of an interpreted programming environment such as R, MATLAB, or equivalent. - Experience with a high-level programming language such as Python or Java is a plus. - Strong drive to learn new topics and skills and to do whatever is necessary to develop innovative products that delight our customers. - Ability to happily communicate and collaborate as a member of a fast-paced, high-performing team. Position will remain open until filled. To read more about this specific job opening: http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?c=qT59VfwM&cs=94x9Vfwp&page=Job%20Description&j=oVW2XfwA To read more about what its like to work at The Climate Corporation, check: http://www.climate.com/careers/sci-eng And last but not least, check out our great weather globe! http://officesnapshots.com/2013/09/25/inside-climate-corporations-san-francisco-offices
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