|From||"Staebler,Ralf [Ontario]" <Ralf.Staebler@ec.gc.ca>|
|Date||Thu, 30 Oct 2014 17:22:01 -0400|
Visiting Fellowship in Canadian Government Laboratories
Position at the Science & Technology Branch of Environment Canada in Air Quality Processes Research
The Science and Technology Branch of Environment Canada invites applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in the field of atmospheric boundary layer processes, surface-atmosphere interactions, natural and anthropogenic emissions to the atmosphere, and the deposition of pollutants in natural ecosystems. The successful candidate must have a Ph.D. in physics, atmospheric sciences or related fields, with a documented interest and expertise related to analyzing and evaluating meteorological, trace gas and aerosol data. The work will involve conducting research on the chemical and physical aspects of the emission, transformation and deposition of atmospheric pollutants. Duties will consist of analyzing existing data sets from focused field projects across Canada including the Alberta Oil Sands and the High Arctic, designing, preparing and conducting new field work, and interacting with colleagues at Environment Canada and internationally in the writing of papers for submission to peer reviewed journals.
Applications will be accepted immediately. The position will open in January 2015 and is available for three years pending annual review and availability of funds.
The fellowship is a Visiting Fellowship in Canadian Government Laboratories. This program provides promising young scientists and engineers with the opportunity to work with research groups in Canadian government laboratories and research institutions. Fellowships are awarded for one year with the possibility of renewal for a second and third year, at the discretion of the government department concerned. The salary range is $50,503 to $62,710 CDN per year depending on qualifications. The location of this fellowship is Toronto, Canada, with the Science and Technology Branch of Environment Canada.
Candidates must apply through the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) website (http://www.nserc.ca) and send their curriculum vitae to:
Dr. Ralf Staebler
Research Scientist, ARQP
Atmospheric Science & Technology Directorate
4905 Dufferin St.
Toronto ON M3H 5T4
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