Thank you for your interest in job opportunities at CIRA. Applications for the following potential Administrative/Professional and Postdoctoral Fellowship openings are being accepted:
- 11-121 Ocean Color Remote Sensing Postdoctoral Fellow(s) or Research Scientist II's
- 11-122 Ocean Color Sensor Calibration Postdoctoral Fellow(s) or Research Scientist(s) II/III
- 12-134 Research Associate II (Satellite Radiometer Calibration Analyst)
- 12-138 Research Coordinator
- 12-139 Research Associate IV (Lead Systems Analyst) Revised and Full Consideration Date Extended
- 13-105 Research Associate II (Satellite Data Analyst and Scientific Programmer)
- 13-110 Research Scientist III (Meteorologist)
- 13-116 Research Associate III (Software Engineer)
- 13-117 FOR CSU STUDENTS ONLY: Student General Labor I
When new positions become available they will be posted to this location and in various advertising venues.
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Topical Areas Relevant to CIRA
- Research and Postdoctoral Research Fellowships:
- Satellite Algorithm Development, Training, and Education: Development of algorithms and applications for weather forecasting, emphasizing regional and mesoscale meteorological phenomena. Development of environmental parameter retrieval techniques based on current and future satellites, potentially in concert with in situ, or other remote sensing observations. Development of training/educational materials for operational forecasters using distance learning methods and web-based demonstrations.
- Regional to Global Scale Modeling Systems: Providing improvements to weather and climate numerical prediction. Topics include atmospheric and ocean dynamics, radiative forcing, clouds and moist convection, land surface modeling, hydrology, and coupled modeling of the Earth system.
- Data Assimilation: Development and improvement of techniques to assimilate environmental observations (satellite, terrestrial, oceanic, and biological) to characterize the environmental state for use in analysis, modeling, and prediction of weather/climate.
- Climate/Weather Processes: Use numerical models and environmental data, including satellite observations, to understand processes that are important to predicting weather and short-term climate and understanding the coupling between weather and regional climate.
- Data Distribution: Identify effective and efficient methods for quickly distributing/displaying large environmental datasets (observational and model fields) using data networrks, web map services, data compression algorithms, and other techniques.
- Information Technology Support:
Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Linux Cluster Administration, Linux and Windows IT, Data Acquisition, Large Data Set Processing and Archive, Satellite Operations, Infrastructure Management, Web Development, Database Development and Maintenance, Network Management.
Customer service, grants management and administration, and general office duties.