December 2019
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[Met-jobs] Job advert: Fortran Code Developer – UK Climate Model. Based in Cambridge, UK.

From "Sime, Louise C." <>
To "" <>, "" <>
Date Tue, 17 Dec 2019 14:12:07 +0000

Dear all,


With apologies for cross-posting, we are looking for a Fortran Code Developer to join us at the British Antarctic Survey. The role will involve implementing physical equations within the atmospheric component of the UK Earth System Modelling Project (UKESM Model).


Duration: Fixed-Term Appointment (48 months)

Salary: Salary range £30,782 to £38,478: a Recruitment Allowance would be considered if appropriate.

Location: British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK.

Closing date: 26 January, 2020 11:59 pm


See for more details and to apply, or ask me ( if you have any questions.





Dr Louise C. Sime I Head of Paleoclimate I British Antarctic Survey

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