|From||Roger Brugge <email@example.com>|
|Date||Fri, 15 May 2020 07:57:44 +0000|
The Institute for Environmental Physics (IUP) of the University of Bremen is searching for suitable candidates to apply for a
Technical - scientific staff position (f/m/d)
The position is permanent and the remuneration is up to and including grades in the band E14 TV-L depending on qualification * (100%),
in the field of
The University of Bremen intends to increase the proportion of women in the technical establishment and therefore expressly encourages women to apply.
The Department "Physics and Chemistry of the Atmosphere" of the Institute of Environmental Physics (IUP, http://www.iup.uni-bremen.de) of the University of Bremen conducts international research in the field of satellite remote sensing of atmospheric trace gases (climate, air pollution, ozone chemistry). The IUP is involved in a large number of national and European projects in which the data of existing and future satellites play a central role. High Performance Computing (HPC) systems and their big data-enabled storage elements are indispensable components for the evaluation of satellite data. We are therefore looking for an experienced IT expert (w/m/d) in the field of HPC/Big Data, who will have the following responsibilities and skills:
*In the case of appointment grouping below E 14, the tasks to be assigned will be appropriately adapted.
A university degree (uni-diploma/master) in computer science, mathematics or physics. Very good knowledge and several years of relevant professional experience in at least two of the following areas:
Furthermore, the applicant should have the following skills
Dependent on work load, the successful candidate will also support other IUP departments in consultation with the institute management. The Institute of Environmental Physics offers a good working atmosphere and attractive equipment as well as direct integration into international research.
Priority is given to severely disabled applicants if they have essentially the same professional and personal aptitude. Applications from people with a migrant background are welcome.
For further information, please contact Dr. Marco Vountas tel: +49 (0)421/218-62106 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please send your application with the usual documents with the identification number A123/20 by 12.06.2020 to:
University of Bremen
or in electronic form to email@example.com (please in a PDF file)
Application documents are only required in a copy (no folders); they shall be kept until the period referred to in Section 15 of the AGG expires. They will be destroyed thereafter.
A123-20-1 de und en.pdf
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