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[Met-jobs] Associate Professor in Physical Climate Science, Oxford

From Roger Brugge <>
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Date Wed, 3 Aug 2016 14:07:49 +0000

Associate Professor in Physical Climate Science
Department of Physics, Parks Road, Oxford
From: £45,066 p.a.
The Department of Physics proposes to appoint an Associate Professor 
(equivalent to Lecturer) in Physical Climate Science with effect from 1 April 
2017 or as soon thereafter as possible. The successful candidate will also be 
offered a Tutorial Fellowship at Somerville College, under arrangements 
described in the further particulars. The combined University and College 
salary will be according to experience on a scale from £45,066 p.a.; plus a 
College housing allowance of £7,925 p.a., or single accommodation in College 
free of charge (if available); and equity-sharing house purchase scheme.

This appointment is part of a University-wide initiative in Earth and Planetary 
Climate. We seek to appoint a candidate who can build a research program on 
atmospheric processes related to the University’s expanding programs related to 
exoplanets, Solar System planets and deep-time Earth paleoclimate. Applications 
are solicited from candidates with track records of innovative research in any 
pertinent area of atmospheric physics, including (but not limited to) planetary 
fluid dynamics, atmospheric modelling, radiative transfer, cloud processes or 
atmospheric chemistry. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated research 
abilities in more than one of these areas, and will have engaged with research 
on the climate of Solar System planets and exoplanets. Candidates whose primary 
research record is in Earth climate, but who have the foundations, curiosity 
and inclination to expand their research portfolio in the direction of other 
planets are also welcome to apply.

Please see here for further details:

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