|From||Inge Sandholt <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date||Mon, 3 Aug 2015 11:49:30 +0000|
The Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI), Department of Research and Development, has a vacant position for an Ocean Modeller with a background in geophysics (physical oceanography), engineering or applied mathematics, to support our operational ocean activities and research. In particular we are seeking a candidate who can contribute to the development of our existing ocean data-assimilation systems which presently includes a 3D variational system and an ensemble-based assimilation system (the Parallel Data Assimilation Framework). The successful candidate is expected to further develop the applied methods, to work on improving the systems for the assimilation of new types of observations and to mature the systems for operational use. The ocean circulation models in use are the Hiromb-Boos-Model (HBM) that is maintained and developed in collaboration with partners in the Baltic Sea and the Hybrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM).
The Department of Research and Development (http://research.dmi.dk) consists of approx. 65 scientists organized in two sections: Model Development and Climate and Artic Research. The successful candidate will be part of the Section for Model Development. The working environment is international with English being our working language.
As part of your job you will also be involved in developing, maintaining, updating and testing of our three-dimensional ocean circulation models, including modules for ecosystem variables and sea ice. The Section for Model Development has access to state-of-the-art, in house supercomputing facility for operational and research applications. As a section we strive to develop the best forecast models and to be a leading provider of marine and meteorological services for the Danish Realm.
Main working tasks
We are looking for a candidate with a MSc or Ph.D. degree in geophysics (physical oceanography), engineering, applied mathematics or similar and:
For further details about the position please contact Head of the Model Development, Ole Krarup Leth, telephone +45 39 15 72 23 or by e-mail email@example.com (not present from July 27th to August 10th) or Head of the Department of Research and Development, Katrine Krogh Andersen, telephone +45 39 15 74 94 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
must contain your motivated cover letter, a curriculum vitae (including documentation of the applicant’s educational history) and a complete list of published works. Relevant
scientific works that the applicant wishes to be taken into account should be enclosed (a maximum of 3). Other material documenting research and other relevant activities may also be enclosed.
To apply, please follow this link to the online application form
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