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[Met-jobs] Columbia University CCSR / NASA GISS in NYC Staff Associate

From Allegra N LeGrande <al2035@columbia.edu>
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Date Mon, 27 Jan 2020 13:20:45 -0500

The Center for Climate Systems Research at Columbia University in New York City is accepting applications for a Staff Associate position.

The Staff Associate will be responsible for assisting the Research Scientists at the Center for Climate Systems Research (CCSR) & NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies with climate modeling and research efforts. The projects will involve programming computer climate models in diagnosing modern, past, and future changes to the hydrologic cycle. Modern analyses will involve assessing mode variability, MJOQBO, strat-trop exchange, etc. The Staff Associate will provide assistance in setting up new paleoclimate scenarios.

Specifically the Staff Associate will provide assistance with: Implementing existing analysis scripts to the current climate model at CCSR and GISS; implementing existing support computer programs and scripts for running climate model; developing new analysis scripts to test new paleoclimate scenarios; developing existing support programs scripts for running the GISS model.

A Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, computer science, earth science, applied physics/math, or related field of study is required. Candidates must also possess fluency in at least one of the following: python, R, C++, Matlab, IDL, Java, Julia, or FORTRAN, and have an aptitude for learning FORTRAN.


Columbia University is an equal opportunity employer.

Qualified Candidates may apply online. There are two positions -- a full time and a part time.

This is the full time:


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Allegra N. LeGrande
Physical Research Scientist
NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies &
Center for Climate Systems Research, Columbia Univ.


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