September 2016
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[Met-jobs] Position in Ocean Altimetry at NOC Southampton

From "Cipollini, Paolo" <>
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Date Tue, 27 Sep 2016 10:49:13 +0000

[apologies for cross-posting]

Dear colleagues,

we have an exciting position opening for an Ocean Altimetry Development 
Specialist at NOC Southampton. We are looking to expand our Satellite 
Oceanography team with an enthusiastic individual to help translate the recent 
advances in altimetry and coastal altimetry into high-impact applications to 
oceanography and climate studies. We need someone with a strong background in 
scientific data processing who is ready to do research, development and 
implementation of innovative approaches and software for the processing of 
pulse-limited and SAR-mode radar altimetry — including implementing 
pre-operational processing suites (an example is the evolution of the NOC 
processor based on the ALES algorithm). And we’d like this scientist to be 
involved hands-on in the high-impact applications of altimetry, for instance by 
working alongside NOC and International colleagues on global and regional 
studies of sea level rise. We expect the postholder to contribute to 
peer-reviewed publications on both the technical and application side.

Knowing Unix/Linux systems and numerical computing environments is an essential 
prerequisite. Experience with altimetry is a bonus but it’s not essential: we 
will provide thorough training.

Please help us to find the right person for this job — spread the word!

Here’s the official advert - Deadline for application is Oct 23rd.



Dr. Paolo Cipollini - NOC Southampton
European Way, Southampton SO14 3ZH U.K.
Ph  +44(0)23 80596404 Fax 80596400 - Twitter: @PaoloCipollini
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