February 2018
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[Met-jobs] Scientist for Regional Climate modelling in the Danish Climate Atlas (Denmark, Copenhagen)

From Christian Rodehacke <>
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Date Wed, 28 Feb 2018 12:35:03 +0000

Scientist for Regional Climate modelling in the Danish Climate Atlas

The Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) will in the coming years develop a 
common Danish dataset for use in climate adaptation – the so-called Danish 
Climate Atlas. As a part of this effort, a new fulltime position is established 
at DMI, where the successful applicant will work with regional climate 
modelling. The position is temporary and runs until the end of 2021.

As our new colleague you will work with setting up and maintaining the 
HARMONIE-Climate regional climate model at DMI including execution, pre- and 
post-processing environments. You will be part of designing and executing model 
experiments, as well as developing model code as part of an international 
consortium around HARMONIE-Climate. You will interact closely with the NWP 
group at DMI in using and developing the HARMONIE NWP model and with the 
oceanography group in using HARMONIE-Climate output in downstream applications. 
You will work with analyses of the modelled climate and writing technical 
reports and scientific papers as well as contributing to grant applications.

Expected qualifications

-   Background: Climate scientist (MSc or PhD) with a background in 
meteorology, oceanography or other fields with strong emphasis on dynamical 
modelling and mathematics (e.g. physics or engineering)

-   Experience with regional climate modelling or numerical weather prediction 
modelling is an advantage

-   Highly analytical, with programming experience in Fortran and C++, 
Linux/Unix and Python scripting,  parallel computing/optimizations and 
execution of large codes on HPC

-   Good communication skills in oral and written English are essential.

Application deadline is Tuesday 27th March 2018. For more details and 
application process, please see:

Please feel free to distribute.
All the best,



Christian Rodehacke

Danish Meteorological Institute
Lyngbyvej 100
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø

Tel: +45 3915 7453
Fax: +45 3915 1080

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