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[Met-jobs] New NEON Job Opening-Postdoctoral Scientist-Micrometeorologist_Flux Uncertainty

From Roger Brugge <r.brugge@reading.ac.uk>
To "met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Fri, 16 Sep 2016 20:38:42 +0000

Dear colleagues,

your help in distributing this ad to potential candidates would be much 
appreciated:

NEON Science - Instrumented Systems currently has two PostDoc openings; one on 
storage flux determination (announced 
earlier<https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=90c&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US>),
 and one on flux uncertainty budgeting (below).

The incumbents will be key members of NEON's eddy-covariance team, with focus 
on innovative and efficient algorithmic solutions.

Specifically, the work will entail authoring modular, publicly accessible and 
extensible R-packages, alongside their documentation and publication in the 
scientific literature. These packages will be part of NEON's operational data 
processing across 47 eddy-covariance sites.

Please see below for details.

Thanks - Stefan.

Stefan Metzger, Ph.D.
Staff Scientist – Surface-Atmosphere Exchange Lead
National Ecological Observatory Network
smetzger@battelleecology.org<mailto:name@BattelleEcology.org>
1685 38th Street, Suite 100
Boulder, CO 80301, U.S.A.
www.battelle.org/neon<http://www.battelle.org/neon>


HR Recruiting would like to announce a new job opening for the position of 
Postdoctoral Scientist-Micrometeorologist_Flux Uncertainty.


The ideal candidate will report to the head of the IS (Instrumented Systems), 
the IS Postdoctoral Micrometeorologist (Flux uncertainty) will develop novel 
eddy-covariance uncertainty budgets, including algorithm development, code 
implementation, documentation, and data product preparation. The successful 
candidate will be working with the terrestrial IS team, which develops data 
products for an automated suite of meteorological, atmospheric, soil and 
ecophysiological measurements. The IS Postdoctoral Micrometeorologist (Flux 
uncertainty) will implement a crucial portion of the NEON eddy-covariance 
design, directly contributing to making NEON’s flux measurements part of a 
world-class observatory through state-of-the-art techniques.

A complete job description is attached to this email. If you know anyone with 
similar qualifications, you are encouraged to inform them about this 
opportunity.

NEON employees interested in applying need to do so by logging into ADP 
selecting the “Myself” tab, Talent, then Career Center, which will bring up all 
NEON’s job postings, select the Requisition #1837 and apply by Friday, 
September 30, 2016. Applying this way will ensure your application is flagged 
as an internal candidate.

Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or for more information.


Thank you,
Laureen J. Lunsford
Recruiting Coordinator
National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON)
llunsford@battelleecology.org<mailto:llunsford@battelleecology.org>
1685 38th Street Suite 100
Boulder, CO 80301
http://battelle.org/neon

Attachment: NEON JOB Postdoctoral Scientist-Micrometeorologist_Flux Uncertainty Announcement.docx
Description: NEON JOB Postdoctoral Scientist-Micrometeorologist_Flux Uncertainty Announcement.docx



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