|From||"Hosking, Scott" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date||Mon, 29 Jul 2019 08:36:05 +0000|
Postdoc – Data Scientist (Climate Hazards) – funding for 2 years – BAS, Cambridge, UK https://www.bas.ac.uk/jobs/vacancy/data-scientist-climate-hazards-cambridge/ The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is looking for a Data Scientist to work on Climate Hazards within their Artificial Intelligence Lab (https://www.bas.ac.uk/ai/). This role involves working with environmental scientists and machine learning engineers to apply new algorithms to a range of climate-relevant datasets, and deliver informative and actionable information and indices for use by the global climate impact community and decision makers. The successful post holder will have strong skills in mathematics and statistics with experience in data processing and analysis and able to work as part of a team, as well as independently. Purpose Climate hazards are weather and climate 'extreme events' that can cause loss of life, injury, or other health impacts, as well as damage and loss to property, infrastructure, livelihoods, service provision, and environmental resources. The purpose of this post is to work with environmental scientists and machine learning engineers to apply new algorithms to a range of climate-relevant datasets, and deliver informative and actionable information and indices for use by the global climate impact community and decision makers. Qualification: A PhD degree in a quantitative subject (or equivalent) Duties: # Lead the analysis and writing for science papers, together with senior scientists in Cambridge # Processing large N-dimensional gridded climate data products # Apply and help develop new machine learning algorithms # Liaising with environmental scientists and machine learning engineers within BAS, Cambridge and other UK University partners # Manage code on GitHub (or equivalent), and publish Jupyer notebooks for the UK AI/environmental science community # Help develop data pipelines and interfaces to enable non-specialists to easily access climate impact metrics # To present work at national and international meetings # Any other tasks, within the remit of the role, as required by the Director On-line application forms and further information are available on our website at www.bas.ac.uk/vacancies. These are also available from the Human Resources Section, British Antarctic Survey, High Cross, Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 0ET. Tel: (01223) 221508. Please quote reference: BAS 80/19 Closing date for receipt of application forms is: 8th September 2019 Interviews are scheduled to be held between: 23rd-25th September 2019 - Date TBC BAS is an Equal Opportunity employer. As part of our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion and promoting equality in careers in science, we hold an Athena SWAN Bronze Award and have an active Equality, Diversity and Inclusion programme of activity. We welcome applications from all sections of the community. People from ethnic minorities and disabled people are currently under-represented and their applications are particularly welcome. We operate a guaranteed interview scheme for disabled candidates who meet the minimum criteria for the job. We are open to a range of flexible working options, including job sharing, to support childcare and other caring responsibilities. -- Dr Scott Hosking | Environmental Data Scientist | British Antarctic Survey NERC | Cambridge | Head of the BAS Artificial Intelligence Lab | Co-Director for the UKRI CDT 'Application of AI for the study of Environmental Risk' | https://www.bas.ac.uk/profile/jask/ | Twitter: @scotthosking NERC is part of UK Research and Innovation www.ukri.org Please think of the environment before printing out this message This email and any attachments are intended solely for the use of the named recipients. If you are not the intended recipient you must not use, disclose, copy or distribute this email or any of its attachments and should notify the sender immediately and delete this email from your system. UK Research and Innovation has taken every reasonable precaution to minimise risk of this email or any attachments containing viruses or malware but the recipient should carry out its own virus and malware checks before opening the attachments. UK Research and Innovation does not accept any liability for any losses or damages which the recipient may sustain due to presence of any viruses. Opinions, conclusions or other information in this message and attachments that are not related directly to UK Research and Innovation business are solely those of the author and do not represent the views of UK Research and Innovation.
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