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OCC Mitacs Internship Available: Trend and Uncertainty Analysis of Climate Change Trends for the Greater Hamilton Area, Ontario  please follow link
28 August 2014 7 September 2014
Research Associate or Postdoctoral Fellow in the field of physical ocean numerical modelling - at the University of British Columbia as part of the NCE: MEOPAR  pdf document 28 August 2014
30 September 2014 (or later until a suitable candidate is found)
Post-doctoral Opportunity in Northern Climate Change/Hydrologic Modelling - University of Manitoba (please follow link)
22 August 2014
30 September 2014
Pelmorex Meteorologist - Full Time  pdf document
Pelmorex Meteorologist - On Call  pdf document
12 August 2014
30 September 2014
Research Officer, Airborne Remote Sensing, NRC, Ottawa Canada  pdf document pdf
Agent(e) de recherche, Télédétection aéroportée, CNRC Ottawa Canada
18 juillet / July 18 2014
18 août / August 18 2014
Request for applications -- SciencePages internship for students in oceans sciences, ocean policy and journalism 17 July 2014
25 July 2014
Web application developer - Computational Support Team, PCIC Victoria BC  pdf document 17 July 2014
4 August 2014
Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship position in Arctic Hydrology 12 July 2014
5 August 2014
Research Associate in Arctic Hydrology - The Cold Regions Water Science project at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada  pdf document 11 July 2014
15 August 2014 or when position is filled
Wildlife Management Director (Marine Ecosystem), Chisasibi, Quebec  pdf document 11 July 2014
15 August 2014
Post-doctoral Position at the University of British Columbia as part of the NCE: MEOPAR 10 July 2014
16 September 2014 (or later if not filled)
PhD opportunities in Canada – Call for candidates:  An International NSERC CREATE on the processes and impacts of climate change in the North Atlantic Ocean and the Canadian Arctic (ArcTrain)  pdf document 3 July 2014
none given - see links in pdf for more
Project Officer (Global Ocean Observing System Biology and Ecosystems Panel) - Perth or Townsville, Australia
12 June 2014
23 June 2014
The Canadian Climate Forum invites applications for the position of Executive Director. For more information and a job description please click here.  pdf document 27 May 2014
30 June 2014
Postdoctoral Fellowships in Coastal Ocean Dynamics

IT Research Assistant in the ocean sciences and technology lab, MEOPAR, Dalhousie University (two different positions)
19 May 2014
see notices
Meteorologist AMEC St. John's NL  pdf document 16 May 2014
none found
Climatologist - Climate Research Lab at the University of Prince Edward Island  (follow this link)
9 May 2014
29 May 2014
Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium (PCIC) IT Specialist/Linux to Assess Climate Impacts, Victoria BC  pdf document 5 May 2014
until filled
Postdoctoral Fellow - Zooplankton Ecologist - NIWA, New Zealand  (follow link)
2 May 2014
31 May 2014
Open-ended, senior position at British Antarctic Survey for physical oceanographer 1 May 2014
31 May 2014
Météorologue sur appel - MétéoMedia, Montréal  (document pdf) 28 avril 2014
pas disponible
Research Associate - Arctic Hydrology, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario Canada  pdf document 25 April 2014
20 May 2014
The Millennium Institute of Oceanography at the University of Concepcion, Chile, has an opening for two postdoctoral positions available immediately.  See link for more info.
2 April 2014
see link
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader position in Earth Science, Imperial College London, UK 2 April 2014
20 April 20014
Faculty Position in Watershed Modelling, Global Institute for Water Security and School of Environment and Sustainability, University of Saskatchewan  pdf document 28 March 2014
12 May 2014 or until filled afterward
LabexMER proposes new international fellowships programme for young scientists in Marine Sciences.  Details
28 March 2014
30 April 2014
Air Quality Meteorologist - BC Public Service  pdf document 20 March 2014
3 April 2014
Tenure-track teaching position at the rank of Instructor I at University of British Columbia 17 March 2014
21 March 2014
Physical Scientist I and II - DFO Dartmouth NS.  Please go to this link.
17 March 2014
27 March 2014
Weather Technical Specialist - Dryden and Sault Ste. Marie ON  pdf document 11 March 2014
28 March 2014
Post-doctoral opportunity in northern hydrometeorology, Prince George BC  pdf document 8 March 2014
31 March 2014
Canada Excellence Research Chair in Ocean Science and Technology - Oceanography Department Faculty of Science Dalhousie University  pdf document Repost:
27 February 2014
Original post:
3 December 2013
15 March 2014
Environment Canada, Cloud Physics and Severe Weather Research Section: Two Post-Doctoral Positions -   Toronto, Ontario, Canada  pdf document 26 February 2014
immediately until filled
Research-scientist position in atmospheric dynamics at the Goethe Universitaet Frankfurt, Germany  pdf document 17 February 2014
15 March 2014
One Post-Doc, One PhD - York University, Toronto  pdf document
1.  PhD Research Assistantship Sea Ice Dynamics and Mass Balance
2.  Postdoctoral Fellowship (PDF) Sea Ice Remote Sensing and Model Validation

14 February 2014
asap; starting Fall 2014
Post Doc Fellowship - Fugitive emissions of greenhouse gases and air pollutants from agricultural biogas production - Model Development and Mitigation Assessment, Gatineau QC  pdf document

see also:  http://agmet.lrs.uoguelph.ca/csafm/home/postings/jobs/104
4 January 2014
updated
14 February 2014
until filled; position to start 1 April 2014
Two Postdocs in Climate Modeling and Characterizing Sources of Free Tropospheric Aerosols - Stockholm Sweden
12 February 2014
15 March 2014
Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS), Quebec City, QC - Three Positions  (pdf document):
9 January 2014
updated
10 February 2014
until filled; position to start Spring 2014
Two Researcher Positions in Climate Variability, Change and Modeling Research Center for Environmental Changes Academia Sinica TAIPEI, TAIWAN 28 January 2014
28 February 2014
Atmospheric Science Position - York University, Toronto Canada 14 January 2014
7 March 2014



Request for applications -- SciencePages internship

For circulation to students in oceans sciences, ocean policy and journalism

Dalhousie's Ocean Tracking Network and PAGSE SciencePages ( www.sciencepages.ca) are now seeking interns for the next issue of SciencePages focused on oceans research and policy.

SciencePages is an initiative of the Partnership Group for Science & Engineering (PAGSE) that aims to increase discussion on topical issues that have science and engineering at their core, by summarizing the current state of knowledge and policy. Parliamentarians and their staff are a key audience.

Each issue of SciencePages engages a team of three student-interns with backgrounds in science/engineering, policy, and communications. Interns are provided with a unique training opportunity at the science-policy-communications interface and a chance to develop a network of individuals with interests and skills in the integration of science and policy. Interns are recognized as authors of the published SciencePages and will receive a stipend of $1,000 for their work (approximately 64 hours over two weeks).

Interested applicants should submit a writing sample (e. g. research paper, feature article), resume, and unofficial transcript to n.beauchamp@dal.ca

Applications must be received by 25 July 2014. Please see the attachment for details. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

Nikki Beauchamp


Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship position in Arctic Hydrology

The Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship is the most prestigious fellowship in Canada. Funded by the Government of Canada, these fellowships provide funding to the very best postdoctoral applicants, both nationally and internationally at a level of $70,000 per year for two years. This Fellowship requires a synergy between the applicant and the host institution, with the applicant completing their application in full collaboration with the proposed host institution. The proposed research must be aligned with the host institutions strategic priorities. Further information is available at: banting.fellowships-bourses.gc.ca/.  Northern environmental research is a strategic priority of Wilfrid Laurier University
(Laurier), with Laurier and the Government of the Northwest Territories signing a 10-year (2010-2020) Partnership Agreement. The goal of this Partnership is to expand the Territories' capacity to conduct environmental research and to train the new expertise needed to manage the natural resources of the NWT for future generations, and to ensure the sustainability of northern water systems.

In support of the Partnership, Dr. Marsh, Canada Research Chair in Cold Regions Water Science, is developing a research program that is focussed on the changing hydrology of Arctic Canada, with specific interests in understanding the complex interactions between climate, vegetation, permafrost, snow and runoff. This program includes both field observations at long term observatories in the Western Canadian Arctic, analysis of past hydrologic records, and high resolution modelling.

To further develop this research program, Dr. Philip Marsh invites potential Banting Fellowship applicants to submit a letter of interest by August 5 to the email address below. Details of the application processes at Laurier is described at

http://www.wlu.ca/page.php?grp_id=36&p=24457&p=24457


To be considered, please send (no later than August 5) a letter of introduction, CV, names of three references, and a ½ to 1 page statement of research interest to:

Philip Marsh,
Canada Research Chair, Cold Regions Research Centre,
Wilfrid Laurier University.

pm.bantingfellowship@outlook.com

Further information is available at

philipmarsh.ca

http://coldregions.ca/

http://wlu.ca/research/CCRWS

http://nwtwlu.com/




Post-doctoral Position at the University of British Columbia as part of the NCE: MEOPAR

The Department of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Sciences at the University of British Columbia invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow in the field of coupled biological/chemical/physical ocean modelling.  The successful applicant will conduct research as part of a group developing a coupled numerical model, based on the NEMO model, of the Strait of Georgia with data assimilation from the Ocean Networks Canada observatory to be run operationally.

The position is for one-year, renewable for a second year and preferred start dates are Nov 2014-Feb 2015.  The application deadline is Sep 16, 2014 but will be extended if a suitable candidate has not been found.

Full details here: http://eos.ubc.ca/~sallen/postdoc2_ad.pdf


Project Officer (Global Ocean Observing System Biology and Ecosystems Panel)

The Australian Institute of Marine Science and the Oceans Institute of the University of Western Australia are jointly sponsoring a project officer supporting the Global Ocean Observing System Biology and Ecosystems Panel. This is a 2 year appointment, based in either Perth or Townsville, Australia, with possibility of extension dependent on ongoing funding.

Applications are due Monday 23 June 2014.

Please feel free to forward to qualified candidates.

More information and how to apply:

http://ioc-goos.us8.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=16036ef572b0c3aef59a0699e&id=fbfd933117&e=40c800f736



Postdoctoral Fellowships in Coastal Ocean Dynamics

Applications are invited for two 2-year Postdoctoral Fellowships in coastal ocean dynamics related to tidal hydroelectricity development using in-stream tidal energy converters in the Bay of Fundy. The first position is located at Dalhousie University and will focus on gathering and analyzing field measurements, including making comparisons between the observations and results from tidal circulation and high-resolution CFD models generated by the other groups in the team. The second position is located at Acadia University and will focus on numerical modelling, specifically using a coastal oceanographic model (FVCOM) to model the passages and power extraction from the chosen deployment sites.

More information is available here (click for pdf file)

IT Research Assistant in the ocean sciences and technology lab, MEOPAR, Dalhousie University.

MEOPAR is looking for a motivated individual to work as a research assistant in the ocean sciences and technology lab and oversee various IT aspects of the field program. The successful applicant will maintain and expand a data management solution for the various oceanographic data streams collected on the Atlantic Canadian shelf and slope.  Closing date is 23 May 2014 (second position).

Click here for more details.



Open-ended, senior position at British Antarctic Survey for physical oceanographer

Closing date: 31 May 2014

Further details and application: http://www.antarctica.ac.uk/employment/vacancies/job.php?JobID=973

We are looking to appoint a Physical Oceanographer to a senior post within the Open Oceans group at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS), based in Cambridge, UK. We are open to applications from individuals with a background in observational, numerical and/or theoretical aspects of physical oceanography.

The focus of the Open Oceans group is on improving the understanding of the circulation, mixing, dynamics and Earth System feedbacks in the polar oceans, using a combination of theoretical, observational and numerical analysis techniques, and assessing the implications for the global climate. The group interacts closely with the Shelf Seas group at BAS, which is focused on investigating ice and continental shelf processes, and well as with other groups in BAS focused on study of the atmosphere, cryosphere and ecosystems.

Ongoing research interests of the Open Oceans group include: investigating mixing processes in the Southern Ocean and the Arctic Ocean at the mesoscale and submesoscale and dynamical interactions influencing the oceanic overturning circulation; assessing the representation of the coupled Southern Hemisphere system and of key Arctic teleconnections in climate models; monitoring and understanding the production and export of bottom water from the Antarctic continent into the Atlantic Ocean; monitoring the meridional overturning circulation in the South Atlantic; mapping the pathways of carbon uptake by the Southern Ocean; and understanding the physical controls on the interdisciplinary marine environment in the Scotia Sea and at the Antarctic peninsula. The tools used to conduct this research include autonomous ocean gliders, research ships, mooring arrays, dynamical analyses and advanced numerical modelling.

The postholder would be expected to lead a significant element of the Open Oceans workpackage, supervising some more junior staff, and to instigate new avenues of research. There would be opportunities to participate in fieldwork in both polar regions. The post would suit someone with postdoctoral experience looking to assume greater responsibilities.

Informal inquiries about the position may be address to: Emily Shuckburgh, Head of the Open Oceans group: emily.shuckburgh@bas.ac.uk



Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader position in Earth Science, Imperial College London, UK

Salary Range: Lecturer: £45,040 - £50,190 p. a. Senior Lecturer/Reader: £55,340 minimum p. a.

Closing date: 20 April 2014.

Imperial College London is now inviting applications for up to three positions in Earth Science to be held in the Department of Earth Science and Engineering.

Up to three outstanding researchers are sought, in any area of Earth Science. Applicants with experience of petrology, structural geology, or surface processes are particularly welcome. Candidates should have an interest in contributing to active undergraduate degree programmes. Appointments will be made at the academic level appropriate to the candidate. The Department is one of the world's leading institutions in the teaching and research of Earth Sciences and Engineering.

The appointee will be expected to seek and obtain external research funding, attract and supervise high-quality PhD students, supervise research staff at Assistant and Associate level, publish papers in prestigious refereed journals and present research findings at international conferences. The appointee will be expected to interact with scientists and engineers from within the department and other departments at Imperial College London, as well as develop collaborations nationally and internationally.

The appointee could be currently at the Postdoc\Lecturer\Senior Lecturer\Reader level or hold a senior, high profile position at an academic institution or industrial organisation.

Applicants will possess a doctorate in Earth Science or a related discipline, and substantial post-doctoral experience from a British university or its equivalent in another country, and a number of publications in refereed journals.

For appointment to Senior Lecturer, candidates must have an exceptionally strong research record in Earth Science or a closely related discipline. In addition, candidates will be expected to have evidence of contributions to undergraduate and/or postgraduate teaching in subjects within (or close to) the field of Earth Science, together with a track record of successful postgraduate student supervision.

For appointment to Reader, in addition to the above, candidates must have a proven track record of securing research funding. In addition, candidates appointed to Reader will be expected to have evidence of innovative contributions to undergraduate and/or postgraduate teaching, together with a track record of postdoctoral mentoring.

Successful candidates will be expected to perform independent research, to contribute to the teaching of the undergraduate courses and administrative aspects of the Department.

Please direct any enquiries to the Head of Department, Professor Jan Cilliers: j.j.cilliers@imperial.ac.uk

Our preferred method of application is online via our website: www.imperial.ac.uk/employment

http://www.geotraces.org/index.php?subid=938&option=com_acymailing&ctrl=url&urlid=469&mailid=306

please select "Job Search" then enter the job title or vacancy reference number into "Keywords" - vacancy ref: EN20140091FH). Please complete and upload an application form as directed. Further particulars of the post are also available on the website searching with the same vacancy reference number.

Alternatively, if you are unable to apply online or have any queries about the application process, please contact Darakshan Khan, d.khan@imperial.ac.uk Imperial Managers lead by example.

Committed to equality and valuing diversity. Imperial College London is also an Athena SWAN Silver Award winner, a Stonewall Diversity Champion and a Two Ticks Employer.


Tenure-track teaching position at the rank of Instructor I at University of British Columbia

The Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (EOAS) at the University of British Columbia invites applications for a tenure-track teaching position at the rank of Instructor I. The position provides the rare opportunity to pursue a career based on teaching excellence in one of Canada's largest and most diverse earth sciences departments. Appointment at a tenured rank may be considered for applicants with exceptional qualifications and experience. The anticipated start date for this position is July 1, 2014. Visit the EOAS Employment Opportunities website http://www.eos.ubc.ca/about/jobs/  for more information.

Applications may be submitted online here https://webapps.hr.ubc.ca/hrcatalog/jobpostings/jobpostings.jsp?facultydept=SCIF . The website will remain open for submissions through the closing deadline of March 21, 2014. The website may remain open past the deadline at the discretion of the recruiting committee. All applications submitted while the website remains open will be considered.


LabexMER proposes new international fellowships programme for young scientists in Marine Sciences

Rationale The brightest young scientists are also the most creative. They are able to conceive and carry out independent research. The existing funding for post-doctoral researchers in France is targeted most of the time at very specific projects that do not leave enough opportunities for independent research and creative ideas. To overcome this problem, the LabexMER partners are creating a new post-doctoral program.

It is inspired by successful similar programs such as the U. S. NOAA Climate Change and Global Change postdoctoral program or WHOI postdoctoral fellowship. It will allow young scientists to propose their own research project in marine sciences (within the LabexMER research axes) to be carried out in one or several LabexMER laboratories . The competitive awards are designed to further the education and training of the applicant with primary emphasis placed on the individual's research promise and relevance to Labex Mer research Axis.


Funding scheme The postdoctoral appointment is for a period of two years. Recipients of the awards will receive a gross salary of about 2700EUR per month. In addition, support is available for travel expenses, equipment, and supplies. Work contract will include national health and dental insurance, as well as retirement and unemployment benefits. Deadline for submission is April 30, 2014

More about Eligibility criteria

Application procedure and deadlines



Two Postdocs in Climate Modeling and Characterizing Sources of Free Tropospheric Aerosols - Stockholm Sweden

Department of Meteorology and the Bolin Centre for Climate Research at Stockholm University announces two positions:

- Postdoctoral position in Climate Modeling
- Postdoctoral position on Characterizing Sources of Free Tropospheric Aerosols

Please visit http://www.misu.su.se/about-us/vacancies or http://www.bolin.su.se/index.php/available-positions for more information.

Gunilla Svensson,
Professor Department of Meteorology and Bolin Centre for Climate research
Stockholm University 106 91
Stockholm SWEDEN

Two Researcher Positions in Climate Variability, Change and Modeling Research Center for Environmental Changes Academia Sinica TAIPEI, TAIWAN

The Research Center for Environmental Changes invites applications  at the Assistant, Associate and Full Research Fellow levels in the field of climate variability, change and modeling. Applicants with experiences in all aspects of climate model development are especially encouraged. Two positions beginning in August 2014 are available.

Applicants are expected to have a doctoral degree in related fields by start of the appointment.

Further information can be found at http://www.rcec.sinica.edu.tw/tw_recruitment_pi_en.html#1

Applicants should send their curriculum vitae, research plan and the names of three referees, before February 28, 2014, to:

Dr. Huang-Hsiung Hsu,
Chair Researcher Search Committee
Research Center for Environmental Changes, Academia Sinica,
128, Academia Road, Section 2 Taipei 115, Taiwan
Tel: +886-2-2787-1935
Fax: +886-2-2787-1924
E-mail: hhhsu@gate.sinica.edu.tw

Both regular and electronic mails are acceptable. Upon receipt of the application, an acknowledgement email will be sent to the applicant within a week.

Applicants who do not receive the acknowledgement email please contact the Chair of the Researcher Search Committee via fax or telephone for confirmation.



Atmospheric Science Position - York University, Toronto Canada

The Department of Earth and Space Science and Engineering, Lassonde School of Engineering, York University, invites applications for a contractually limited appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor in the field of Atmospheric Science, to commence July 1, 2014.

We are seeking applicants who can contribute to the teaching program in atmospheric science and also conduct research involving experiment or theory/modeling. The teaching will be within the atmospheric science degree program and also for the meteorology certificate program. Subjects include atmospheric dynamics, radiation, cloud physics, weather prediction, and climate. Research areas that would complement current activity in the department are planetary atmospheres, climate feedback processes, atmosphere-surface interaction, air quality, and atmospheric dynamics. The successful candidate will have a PhD in Atmospheric Science or a related field and must have a strong commitment to research and teaching.

Individuals interested in applying for the position should complete an online application at http://lassonde.yorku.ca/new-faculty/. A complete on-line application shall include a cover letter, a detailed CV, statements of teaching and research contributions, and at least three reference letters. Complete applications must be received by March 7, 2014. Informal enquiries about the Department of Earth and Space Science and Engineering may be made to Professor Regina Lee, Ph.D, P.Eng. (reginal@yorku.ca), Chair, Department of Earth and Space Science and Engineering.




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