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[Met-jobs] 3 current vacancies at ECMWF

From "Roger Brugge" <r.brugge@reading.ac.uk>
To "met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Fri, 17 Oct 2014 17:47:53 +0000

ECMWF currently have three vacancies at 
http://www.ecmwf.int/en/about/jobs/jobs-ecmwf

1. Scientist/Developer for the ERA-CLIM2 project        VN14-20
This position is in the Reanalysis Section of the Research Department. The 
successful 
candidate will be part of a team of scientists who work closely with others 
across the 
organisation to develop, produce and disseminate state-of-the-art global 
reanalysis 
datasets. These datasets combine a large variety of observations from many 
different 
sources to provide a comprehensive description of the climate in the recent 
past. 
ECMWF’s reanalyses are made available to external users for research, 
education, and 
commercial applications. Reanalysis is a highly rewarding, multi-disciplinary 
activity 
involving motivated people with a variety of scientific and technical skills.

Scientist/Developer for the ERA-CLIM2 project   VN14-21
This position is in the Reanalysis Section of the Research Department. The 
successful 
candidate will be part of a team of scientists who work closely with others 
across the 
organisation to develop, produce and disseminate state-of-the-art global 
reanalysis 
datasets. These datasets combine a large variety of observations from many 
different 
sources to provide a comprehensive description of the climate in the recent 
past. 
ECMWF’s reanalyses are made available to external users for research, 
education, and 
commercial applications. Reanalysis is a highly rewarding, multi-disciplinary 
activity 
involving motivated people with a variety of scientific and technical skills.

Scientist/Developer in the Marine Prediction Section VN14-22
This position is in the Marine Prediction Section of the Research Department. 
The 
successful candidate will work with a team of scientists to develop improved 
ocean data 
assimilation methods that can be applied in the production of new generations 
of ocean 
reanalyses. Ocean reanalysis activities at ECMWF are used for initializing 
operational 
coupled forecasts and for climate monitoring. At ECMWF, ocean reanalyses are 
based on 
the NEMO model and the NEMOVAR data assimilation system. A key component of the 
ocean reanalyses is the processing of the input observations. As new 
observation streams 
are made available by the observing agencies, the new ocean observations need 
processing 
and evaluating before they can be used in the production of reanalyses. 

Full details can be found on the website.



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