十大外围app:1. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution：Postdoctoral Scholar Program
Eighteen-month Postdoctoral Scholar awards are offered annually to recipients of new or recent doctorates in the fields of chemistry, engineering, geology, geophysics, mathematics, meteorology, physics, and biology as well as oceanography. The competitive awards are designed to further the education and training of the applicant with primary emphasis placed on the individual's research promise.
In order to be eligible for one of these awards, applicants must have received their doctoral degree within the past 2-3 years. As a condition of the award, successful applicants must be able to present their diploma, a certified copy of their diploma, or a certified letter from the appropriate college or university official stating that they have completed all of the requirements for their degree including the completion of their final thesis, before they begin their scholar appointment. However, applicants do not need to have already received their degree prior to applying. It is also expected that candidates will have a command of the English language. MIT/WHOI Joint Program Students, and those holding any type of WHOI appointment at the post-Ph.D. level during the 12 months prior to December 31st of the Scholar application year are not eligible for the Scholar competition.
Successful applicants of awards can initiate their study and research period at the Institution any time after January 1 and before December 1st of the year following the award notification. December 1st is a firm deadline. Recipients of the 2018-2019 awards will receive a stipend of $58,500 per year for an 18 month appointment, plus a relocation allowance. Limited support is also available for travel expenses, equipment, supplies and special services.
Extensions of scholar appointments may be possible if required to complete the initial research program. Extensions are rare, and restricted to one, six-month extension of the initial 18-month Scholar appointment, and the extension must be contiguous to the original appointment. Requests to extend a Scholar appointment will not be considered until after the first annual review. An extension request is initiated by a Scholar and his/her sponsor(s) and requires approval by the Chair of the Department hosting the Scholar and the Vice President for Academic Programs. In addition, a source of WHOI internal funds (unrestricted funds) to support the costs of the extension needs to be identified by the Scholar's advisor or others involved with the Scholar's research program. Extensions of a Scholar appointment beyond 24 months are not allowed, although a Scholar can be considered for appointment as a Postdoctoral Investigator following procedures defined by WHOI Human Resources.
Scholars are chosen through a highly competitive process, and for this and other reasons, these appointments carry special recognition at the Institution. Each recipient is encouraged to pursue his or her own research interests in association with a member of the Resident Scientific or Senior Technical Staff. Each award recipient is provided with office and laboratory space in close proximity to the resident staff acting as sponsor and general advisor throughout the award period.
Communication with potential WHOI advisors prior to submitting an application is encouraged. We will make sure that any staff member you mention as a potential sponsor has an opportunity to review your application. The best way to obtain more information about ongoing research here is via the individual Department, Center and Institute web pages found on the Research Areas page.
In addition to the formal application form, the following are required:
a current CV or resume that shows educational background and work experiences;
a brief synopsis of the applicant's doctoral dissertation (one page abstract);
a minimum of three non-WHOI recommendation letters (You must ask your reference writers to submit these letters on-line. We do not contact your references to request letters. You should direct your reference writers to the reference link, found to the left on this page); and
a concise statement (no longer than three pages double-spaced) describing research interests, in particular those that the applicant would like to pursue at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, as well as more general career plans and how a postdoctoral tenure at WHOI would complement your existing experience and preparation.
Applications can be completed using the online application submission link, in the related links box to the right. All application materials must be submitted online. Once you have completed the application form, you will be prompted to create a user account, which will allow you to submit the remaining documents and monitor the progress of your application. Application processing is not automatic and references and other materials will not be approved and linked to the application until after the deadline. You may not edit the application once you have submitted it.
The Institution-wide Postdoctoral Scholar Fellowship Application should be used for anyone interested in applying for a general WHOI, WHOI Institute, NOSAMS or USGS postdoctoral scholar fellowship award. Applicants completing this form will be considered for all of these awards. Applicants with a particular interest in one of these specific categories should indicate their interest in the section of the application reserved for this.
Once you have completed an on-line application you will be prompted to create an account to submit any remaining application materials, or to monitor the status of you application. Please note that you will not be able to edit your application once you have submitted it. You may login to your account using the link to the right.
Further information may also be obtained by writing directly to:
The Postdoctoral Fellowship Committee
Academic Programs Office, Clark 223, MS #31
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
266 Woods Hole Road
Woods Hole, MA 02543-1541
Phone: (508) 289-2950
Announcement of awards will be made in early to mid-March.
十大外围app:2. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution: Communications Electronics Technician
This position is a seagoing position aboard the R/V Atlantis. Reporting to the ship's Master and the Marine Electronics Supervisor at the Port Office, operates and maintains the ship's communication equipment; maintains records of all forms of message traffic.
Supervises and maintains operation of all shipboard communications systems, including GMDSS equipment, Inmarsat "C", telephone PABX Equipment, intercom or sound-powered phone systems and satellite data equipment.
Is responsible for the proper operation, maintenance, and repair of all shipboard navigation electronic systems, including GPS, navigation computers, Dynamic Positioning systems, Gyros, radars, echo sounders, wind indicators and Doppler speed logs.
Is responsible for proper operation, maintenance and repair of all other shipboard electronics, including winch monitoring systems, entertainment systems, ship management computer systems and other networked computers.
Assists Engine Department personnel and shore side technicians, as necessary.
Maintains logs and charges appropriate accounts for radio calls, phone logs, and satellite use, maintains NS5 database of electronic equipment and parts, and prepares monthly report for Master and Port Office on equipment status and usage.
As safety and weather permits, may be required to work aloft for purposes of maintenance and repair of shipboard electronics.
Desired Education/Experience for Hiring
High school diploma or equivalent plus three years directly applicable service at sea or in a similar capacity; in the absence of a diploma, six years related work experience. Must possess GMDSS Operator and Maintainer License with radar endorsement and have all applicable training as required by the Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watch keeping for Seafarers (STCW 95) and possess a valid U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariners Credential and Transportation Workers Identification Credentials (TWIC) and hold an unexpired Passport
3. Scripps Institution of Oceanography: PhD Program
The Scripps PhD program is organized into three separate academic programs: the Climate-Ocean-Atmosphere Program; Geosciences of the Earth, Oceans, and Planets; and the Ocean Biosciences Program. Each program is responsible for all graduate educational activities in its area, including teaching, advising, and examining. Prospective PhD students will apply directly to one or more of the academic programs.
Geosciences of the Earth, Oceans, and Planets
Ocean Biosciences Program
A graduate student's work normally will be concentrated in one of several curricular groups under one of the academic programs:
Climate-Ocean-Atmosphere Curricular Groups:
Applied Ocean Science
Geosciences of the Earth, Oceans, and Planets Curricular Groups:
Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry
Ocean Biosciences Curricular Groups:
The interdisciplinary nature of research in marine and earth sciences is emphasized; students are encouraged to take courses from various UC San Diego departments and to consider interdisciplinary research projects.
十大外围app:4. University of Liverpool : Earth and Ocean Sciences MPhil/PhD
As one of the four subject disciplines within the School of Environmental Sciences we undertake fundamental and applied research within Earth and Ocean Sciences.
We place a high value on our thriving Postgraduate Research (PGR) and have over 50 active PGR students.
Entrance requirements for postgraduate students are a good 2:1 or first class Honours degree (or equivalent). The degree may be in any branch of Earth and Ocean Sciences and we also welcome applications from students in other subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Materials Science or Life Sciences, who wish to move into the Earth and Ocean Sciences.
1. International Qualifications
Applications from international students are welcome. International qualifications will be evaluated in line with the National Recognition Information Centre (NARIC) guidelines.
2. English Language Qualifications
All applicants must have reached a minimum required standard of English language, and are required to provide evidence of this. Qualifications accepted by the University include GCSE English;
GCE O level English; AS Level English; A Level English Language; IELTS; TOEFL; Cambridge Proficiency etc. Please see www.liv.ac.uk/international/countries/index.htm for a full list.
If you meet our other academic requirements but do not achieve the required level of English, it is possible to come and study at Liverpool on the University’s summer academic English programmes.
If you need to increase your IELTS score by a grade of 0.5 (eg you need to improve from 6.0 to 6.5) you should attend the six week course.
If you need to increase your IELTS score by a grade of 1.0 (eg you need to improve from 5.5 to 6.5) you should attend the ten week course.
If you need to increase your IELTS score by a band of 1.5 (eg you need to improve from 4.5 to 6.0) you should attend the 19 week course.
If you need to increase your IELTS score by a band of 2.0 (eg you need to improve from 4.5 to 6.5) you should attend the 29 week course.
If you need to increase your IELTS score by a band of 2.0 or 2.5 (eg you need to improve from 4.0 to 6.0 or 4.0 to 6.5) you should attend the 40 week course.
If you require additional English language training during your study, the University is able to provide tuition and arrange IELTS tests through its English Language Unit, details of which are available at www.liverpool.ac.uk/english-language-centre.
There are separate application forms for postgraduate research and taught programmes. For both, the easiest way to make an application is to apply online.
If you are unable to apply online, you can apply by:
Downloading a copy of the Research application pack and returning it to us by post or e-mail
Completing a hard copy of the Postgraduate Application form, available from:
1. Postgraduate Admissions
Student Recruitment and Admissions Office
The University of Liverpool
L69 7ZX UK
T: +44 (0)151 794 5927 F: +44 (0)151 794 2060
If you complete a hard copy of the Research application pack, you will need to know the Programme and Major codes for the programme of study you wish to undertake, in order to complete Section 2. The Programme and Major codes can be found at the top of the Phd webpage.
In addition to the information required on the application form, you will need to send copies of the following documents to the Postgraduate Admissions team with your application:
School or college transcripts/certificates University transcripts
Evidence of English Language proficiency (EU and international applicants only)
Proof of funding Research proposal (forMPhil/PhD applicants only).
NB: We would advise that photocopies and scanned documents are acceptable at application stage. However, originals may be required should your application be successful.
Students applying for research degrees (MPhil/PhD/MD) should in addition, follow these steps:
Check the School’s research webpages to see if we can offer expert supervision in your chosen area of specialisation.
Prepare a brief research proposal to outline the research project you would like to undertake.
Submit a full application with all supporting documents, including a clear statement on how you intend to fund your research degree.
十大外围app:5. Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology：[Department of Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Land Processes Research (DCOP)]
Recruitment of Scientist or Technical Scientist
JAMSTEC is recruiting a total of 1 position as a tenure-track Scientist or a Technical Scientist.
Department of Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Land Processes Research (DCOP)
We are soliciting applications for a full-time tenure-track position as a Scientist or Technical Scientist. The successful applicant will conduct research on the following themes.
Scientist: To contribute to the Agency, a Scientist should be able to perform world-leading research independently and share the results through scientific publications.
Scientist: The successful applicant must have completed a Ph.D. and have a strong enough record to be a scientist in a closely related research field.
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
Working Conditions & Contract Period
(1) Number of positions:
Annual salary (paid in 1/12 equal monthly payments)
Terms of Employment
(1) Upon appointment, the successful applicant will receive a relocation allowance in accordance with JAMSTEC's bylaws.
(1) Required documents
May 1, 2018 (The application documents must arrive at JAMSTEC by this date.)
Contact (application documents must be sent to this address)
Human Resources Division, Human Resources Dept., JAMSTEC
(1) Submitted documents will not be returned to the applicant.
The Japanese government encourages social advancement of women. In accordance with this principle and under the JAMSTEC's principle of gender equality, in this call for applicants, JAMSTEC encourages all qualified female researchers to apply. If a male and a female applicant are evaluated equally, we will select the female applicant.
十大外围app:6. University of Southampton： A sticky situation: probing the chemistry of aggregate formation in the ocean
The ocean is full of sticky compounds. These cause phytoplankton cells and other organic matter to stick together and form sinking aggregates (‘marine snow’). The impact that marine snow, which transports carbon from the surface to the deep ocean, has on global elemental cycles is huge: Once transported to depths >1000 m the carbon is removed from the atmosphere for >100 years. The stickiness of particles also affects human activities directly: for example, clogging up filters of desalination plants. What makes particles in the ocean sticky?
The stickiness of particles can be defined at the probability that particles remain attached upon collision. Extracellular polymeric substances (‘exopolymers’), released by microbes as a growth substrate and by phytoplankton during nutrient stress, appear 1-2 orders of magnitude more sticky than most other marine particles. Higher concentrations of exopolymers in seawater have been linked to increased marine snow formation. Moreover, exopolymers can self-aggregate, leading to the formation of particles even after water has been filtered.
However, the chemical processes involved in stickiness are poorly understood. We know little about what controls it and how it behaves when environmental conditions change. To date, we do not even know how to systematically quantify ‘stickiness’ in oceanography.
You will develop procedures to characterize and quantify stickiness, initially using model polysaccharides. You will then use phytoplankton cultures to produce organism-specific exopolymers from different species. You will also have the opportunity to participate in a research cruise to the Southern Ocean to collect your own samples, investigate marine snow and study particle formation at sea. Using roller tanks, you will generate your own particles, explore their growth rate and examine how stickiness properties relate to particle aggregation. Key aspects of the project will be to test and compare physicochemical techniques to determine the aggregation potential. You will learn to characterize the particles with optical and electron microscopy then to measure their size distribution. You will assess how the exopolymers affect the surface tension and attempt to determine the particles surface charge. To establish whether the hydrophobicity of the exopolymers correlates with their aggregation potential you will investigate techniques such as chromatography. To monitor aggregation in real time you will investigate a range of electroanalytical techniques.
National Oceanography Centre Southampton, University of Southampton
The SPITFIRE DTP programme provides comprehensive personal and professional development training alongside extensive opportunities for students to expand their multi-disciplinary outlook through interactions with a wide network of academic, research and industrial/policy partners. The student will be registered at the University of Southampton and hosted at the National Oceanography Centre; work will also be undertaken in the Electrochemistry Group. Specific training will include (1) physicochemical techniques to characterize the samples, (2) collection, production and characterization of marine snow from cultures and natural waters, (3) simple statistics.
In this project, you will acquire fundamental knowledge and research skills in oceanography and chemistry. You will join two groups with world-class reputation, and have opportunities to participate in research cruises, visit co-supervisor Passow in the US, and present your work internationally. Applications from candidates with no oceanographic experience are welcomed. Previous training can be augmented using University courses and the Electrochemistry Summer School.
Eligibility & Funding Details:
This SPITFIRE project is open to applicants who meet the SPITFIRE eligibility, alongside other exceptional applicants and will come with a fully funded studentship for UK students and EU students who meet the RCUK eligibility criteria. To check your eligibility and find information on how to apply click http://www.spitfire.ac.uk/how-apply .
UK applicants and EU students who meet the RCUK eligibility criteria please apply to SPITFIRE.
Our recruitment philosophy
SPITFIRE seeks excellent prospective research students regardless of their particular scientific background. We aim to recruit the best students rather than to fill particular projects. We put a huge amount of effort into the recruitment process to meet this objective. We expect to receive hundreds of applications and interview around 100 candidates a year. Those candidates invited for interview will typically spend a whole day at NOCS in Southampton, meeting with supervisors and going through the interview process. Additionally, students applying for projects based outside of NOCS at one of the other partner organisations or within the wider University of Southampton are encouraged to arrange with prospective supervisors to visit the potential hosting organisation.
Minimum Academic Eligibility Criteria
and/or Masters (MSc or MRes) at Merit/Distinction level (>60%).
and/or evidence of significant relevant professional experience equivalent to Masters level.
A list of available SPITFIRE projects for 2017/2018 entry can be found on the GSNOCS website. Projects can also be searched according to research theme and suitable first degree.
We encourage candidates to list two or three projects in which they are interested with a provisional ranking of preference to help us circulate your application among the pool of potential supervisors. Please submit only one application. Multiple projects can be listed on one application.
Each SPITFIRE project comes with a 3.5 year fully funded studentship for UK students and EU students who meet the RCUK eligibility criteria. Stipend in line with RCUK stipend levels.
To be eligible for a full award (stipend and fees), a student must satisfy all of these conditions:
Settled status in the UK, meaning they have no restrictions on how long they can stay.
Been ‘ordinarily resident’ in the UK for three years prior to the start of the grant. This means they must have been normally residing in the UK (apart from temporary or occasional absences).
Not been residing in the UK wholly or mainly for the purpose of full-time education. (This does not apply to UK or EU nationals.)
Some projects are open to strong applicants who do not meet the above eligibility and/or are using alternative funding mechanisms via the GSNOCS PhD programme or other host faculties. These projects will contain a link to apply via GSNOCS or direct link to Faculty programme code.
All PhD applications to SPITFIRE should be made online using the ‘Apply to SPITFIRE’ link in the project description. Non SPITFIRE applicants should use the ‘Apply to GSNOCS’ link. Please make sure you select the correct link when applying.
Potential PhD students are requested to apply using the University of Southampton postgraduate application form, appending the following:
curriculum vitae giving details of your academic record and stating your research interests,
name two current academic referees together with an institutional email addresses in the Reference section of the application form. On submission of your online application your referees will be automatically emailed requesting they send a reference to us directly by email,
your academic transcript and IELTS/TOEFL certificate, if applicable.
十大外围app:7. World Maritime University: PhD programme
WMU’s PhD programme offers students the opportunity to carry out research across the maritime field, but with an emphasis on issues related to the International Maritime Organization’s mission of maritime safety, security and environmental protection. Our doctoral programme offers unrivalled access to international maritime experts both inside and outside academia, and to organizations working at the forefront of research and development.
Doctoral students have come to WMU from industry, academia and the government sector, and have completed their dissertations in a very wide range of subject areas, from investigating oil-spill mitigation to an analysis of organizational learning in shipping companies.
The credit system
The PhD program consists of 240 ECTS credits completed usually over a registration period of three to six years. Candidates may be based at the University or elsewhere, usually at their place of employment.
Within the time limits of three to six years, candidates may work at their own pace, which can also vary during their period of enrollment. For example, you may choose to spend one year working at WMU full time, and then return home to complete your work over a longer period, with short visits to the University for progression seminars, meetings, and so on
1 ECTS credit (EC) is approximately 25 study load hours. One academic year is generally 60 EC, or 1500 study load hours, or 36 hours per week over an academic year of 42 weeks.
Each of the four progression seminars, successfully completed, earns 40 EC. Successful defence of a finalized dissertation earns a candidate 60 EC.
In the initial 6 to 12 months of their registration, students complete a research methodology programme (20 EC), and prepare a detailed proposal for their research, including a literature review. At the end of this initial period, the first progression seminar is held, at which the candidates each present their research proposals.
Throughout the doctoral programme, further progression seminars are held where the candidates present their work to date and their research plans for the next twelve-month period. After every seminar, the Progression Board meets, and considers each candidate's report and a report from each principal supervisor. At this Board meeting, decisions are taken as to whether the candidate is to be permitted to progress to the next stage of the research.
The defence of each PhD dissertation is assessed by a specially established committee, which includes at least one senior and well recognised external expert in the relevant field, from an established organization.
A candidate’s enrolment can be terminated at any point if his/her progress is not considered to be satisfactory.
A candidate who has completed part of a doctoral degree elsewhere may transfer into the WMU programme with advanced standing. Their period of enrolment at WMU will vary in line with the amount of research they have already completed, but the minimum permissible period of enrolment must include at least two progression seminars and the dissertation (140 EC). A candidate with advanced standing must therefore be registered for at least 12 months.
All doctoral students have a principal supervisor who is a member of the resident faculty. According to the topic of research, a student may also have a co-supervisor, who may be a Visiting Professor or a suitable person from outside the University.
The Admissions Board will consider only those applicants who meet the minimum general entrance requirements, which are:
a Master’s degree, with a dissertation, in a relevant discipline, or an equivalent university qualification
competence in English language, demonstrated by an internationally recognised standard test
The Admissions Board will select only the best-qualified candidates, taking into account all their qualifications and achievements. In exceptional circumstances, an applicant who holds only a Bachelor’s degree may be considered for admission. In these cases, the Admissions Board will give careful consideration to the candidate’s ability, publications, research record and other evidence. The applicant may also be required to take an entrance examination
Test of English
Applicants must offer one of the following tests of English language:
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
96+ in the internet-based test 590+ in the paper-based test
WMU’s TOEFL institution code is 9198.
International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
band 7.0 or above
Cambridge Proficiency Examination at grade A or B
GCE O-level or the equivalent
a good pass grade
More information on these examinations may be obtained through the following websites:
十大外围app:8. EUMETSAT : Remote Sensing Scientist – Oceanography (Copernicus) (VN18 12)
Bringing together the resources of 30 member states, EUMETSAT observes the atmosphere, ocean, and land surfaces from space using a system of satellites 365 days a year. Our data is vital for weather forecasts that help to protect lives and property, as well as monitoring the environment and our changing climate. We operate Copernicus missions on behalf of the European Union, providing marine and atmospheric data services to monitor the dynamics of the ocean and marine ecosystems. We are recruiting a Remote Sensing Scientist to acquire and maintain an in depth understanding of the capabilities of the Copernicus instruments for marine applications.
This is an opportunity to contribute to the scientific development of our marine applications and services. If you have proven experience in remote sensing or processing of data from space-borne instruments, join our team and help us develop our ideas and innovations. We want you to lead our scientific improvements in this area. There is scope in this role to support prototype and operational advances which will enhance the products offered by EUMETSAT and its collaborators now, and in the future.
You should be a team player, with the ability to co-operate with your colleagues and our international partners. You should also have strong analytical skills, with the ability to convey complex concepts to our user communities and researchers.
We offer a competitive salary, benefits and a great working environment. You must be able to work effectively in English and have a working knowledge of French.
The closing date is 15th March and we expect to hold interviews in the w/c 23th April 2018.
EUMETSAT is committed to providing an equal opportunities work environment for men and women and is seeking to recruit nationals from its Member States. Please see our website for further details.
To learn more and apply online, please visithttps://onlineapplication.eumetsat.int - reference VN18 12.
Darmstadt, Hessen (DE)
Feb 23, 2018
Mar 25, 2018
十大外围app:9. National Oceanography Centre: Marine Meteorologist / Climate Scientist
We seek a talented Marine Meteorologist/Climate scientist to join an international team developing the in situ component of the of the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) Climate Data Store (https://climate.copernicus.eu/climate-data-store). This team, led by the National University of Ireland Maynooth (NUIM) in collaboration with partners in the UK and USA, are responsible for providing access to terrestrial and marine observations from national and international climate archives in a common data model and with harmonised metadata.
As part of this role you will collate marine meteorological observations from weather stations and vessels and metadata into a common data model. As part of this you will develop and apply new mathematical/statistical techniques for quality control and analysis of the observations using your expert knowledge of the physical environment. This will include screening of observations of essential climate variables for anomalous values, diagnosing and fixing the cause where possible; developing and implementing algorithms for spatially tracking ships of opportunity; and imputing missing quality and metadata flags based on the data. More information on the type of data can be found on the ICOADS website (http://icoads.noaa.gov). You will also be responsible for implementing those methods and documenting them in code, internal reports and the peer reviewed scientific literature as appropriate. You will also present those methods and results in project meetings and at scientific conferences.
We seek applicants with a good understanding of physics, with experience of analysing large environmental data sets and with strong mathematics and statistics. You will have a PhD, or equivalent experience, in a numerate or technical subject with exposure to large datasets. The software used to process the data has evolved over the past four decades in a number of different languages. You will be able to easily learn and understand new programming languages as required by the role. You will be comfortable with the compilation and building of software packages in a Linux environment.
You will have a good understanding of physics, with experience of analysing large environmental data sets and with strong skills in mathematics, statistics and programming. You will be comfortable analysing, visualising and manipulating large complex data sets in a Linux environment and using a variety of tools. You will have gained this experience as part of your PhD or professional experience. You will be able to demonstrate an aptitude for problem-solving, drawing in ideas from across disciplines to understand the complexity of the marine climate record. You will be able to design and implement methods to identify observations likely to be duplicates, to quality control observations and to integrate information describing data quality from a wide range of sources. You will be able to explain the reasoning behind the methods in terms of the physics and/or statistics of the marine environment. You will have good verbal and written communication skills, be able to work independently and within an international team.
What we can offer you:
Here at the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) we know that the quality of our science and the impact that we want it to have depends entirely on the knowledge, skills and engagement of our people. The NOC is committed to being recognised as a flexible employer to support employees’ work and personal commitments where possible. Our flexi-time system and flexible working policy contribute to this important aim.
In return for your talents, we offer a competitive remuneration package, including a RCUK pension scheme, 30 days annual leave with a further 14 Public/local days off and free car-parking. Opportunities for further training and development are supported.
The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) is a national research organisation, delivering integrated marine science and technology from the coast to the deep ocean and is one of the top five institutions of its kind in the world. With sites in Liverpool and Southampton, it is the UK’s leading center for sea level science, coastal and deep ocean research and technology development.
Our Commitment as an Employer:
The NOC is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. There is a guaranteed interview scheme for suitable candidates with disabilities and we welcome applications from ethnic minorities. The NOC is an Investors in People organisation, is a member of Athena SWAN and has signed up to the Athena SWAN principles to recognise work undertaken to address gender equality more broadly.
How to apply:
Applications are handled by UK SBS; to apply please click the apply button. To apply, please submit an up-to-date CV and a covering letter explaining how your skills and experience meet the requirements of the role, quoting reference number IRC244431. If you are unable to apply online, please contact us by telephone on 00 44 (0) 1793 867003.
Closing date: 22nd March 2018.
National Oceanography Centre
United Kingdom (GB) Southampton
?28,200 - ?32,130
Feb 22, 2018
Mar 22, 2018
十大外围app:10. Maritime College : Assistant Professor of Marine Environmental Science
About SUNY Maritime College:
SUNY Maritime College located on a 55-acre scenic waterfront property on the outskirts of New York City on the Throggs Neck peninsula where the East River meets Long Island Sound. The campus blends the best of two worlds: a comfortable college-town feel with the greatest city in the world. An impressive view of the sound extends toward the North Atlantic, yet only a few miles away are Yankee Stadium and midtown Manhattan. SUNY Maritime offers an array of employment opportunities stemming from entry level to professional positions which encourage growth and development among its employees.
Description of Duties:
Teach courses at the undergraduate level
Develop field, laboratory, and hands-on activities in Marine Science and/or Environmental Science
Participate in student recruitment
Supervise student internships
Participate in departmental curriculum development and assessment
Engage in scholarly activities
University service, including participation on committees , student advising , and special projects
Hold office hours
Doctoral degree in Environmental Science, Marine Science, Oceanography or related field
Ability to teach undergraduate courses in marine environmental science and oceanography , as well as introductory courses in biology, chemistry, and geology
Ability to develop and teach advanced courses in Marine Science and Environmental Science
Strong pedagogical and communications skills
Previous teaching experience
Interest in developing undergraduate research opportunities
Interest in community outreach, STEM initiations and/or K-12 science education
Classification/Salary Range: The Assistant Professor of Marine Environmental Science is a tenure-track, academic year UUP Position. The anticipated salary for the position is $65,000 with an outstanding benefits package (for additional information please see the UUP Benefits Summary).
Special Notes: This is a 10-Month academic year appointment UUP position. Fair Labor Standard Acts (FLSA) Exempt position, not eligible for the overtime provisions of the FLSA. Internal and external search to occur simultaneously. Review of applications to commence immediately and will end when position is filled.
Expenses for interview and relocation are not reimbursed
Budget Title: Assistant Professor - 10 Months
Local Title: Assistant Professor of Marine Environmental Science
Line #: 00267
SUNY Maritime College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, committed to recruiting, supporting and fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff and students. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. For our full non-discrimination statement, see: http://www.sunymaritime.edu/page/affirmative-action
SUNY Maritime College is committed to maintaining a safe environment for its students, faculty, staff, volunteers and the general public that use our facilities. Therefore, in order to ensure the hiring of employees of the highest integrity and to maintain a safe campus community, SUNY Maritime College will conduct pre-employment background investigations on all individuals for whom employment is to be offered.
Pursuant to Executive Order 161, no State entity, as defined by the Executive Order, is permitted to ask, or mandate, in any form, that an applicant for employment provide his or her current compensation, or any prior compensation history, until such time as the applicant is extended a conditional offer of employment with compensation. If such information has been requested from you before such time, please contact the Governor's Office of Employee Relations at (518) 474-6988 or via email at email@example.com.
If you need a disability related accommodation, please call The Office of Human Resource Services at (718) 409-7303. In accordance with the Title II Crime Awareness and Security Act, a copy of our crime statistics is available upon request by calling (718) 409-7350. It can also be viewed on line by selecting University Police at www.sunymaritime.edu
Persons interested in the above position should apply online. Please submit:
Contact information for three professional references.
Returning Applicants - Login to your SUNY Maritime Careers Account to check your completed application, check/edit your profile or to upload additional documents.
Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/gctj3bz53dgwny6f
Bronx, New York
Depends on Experience
Feb 16, 2018
Mar 18, 2018
Global Environmental Change, Ocean Science
十大外围app:11. Jet Propulsion Laboratory: Technologist II, Sea Level & Ice Group
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) invites applications for a full-time research technologist to join the Sea Level & Ice Group in the Earth Science section. Information on Earth Science at JPL is available at this website, https://science.jpl.nasa.gov.
JPL is an exciting and fun place to work, with an established culture for collaborations and opportunities for developing new ideas and pursuits. We are committed to fostering an enriching and rewarding research environment with strong support and coaching for professional and personal development.
The selected candidate will provide oceanographic data analysis and numerical modeling support to the OMG (Ocean Melting Greenland) and ECCO (Estimating the Climate Change of the Oceans) activities, support the development of a coupled ocean-ice model for Antarctica, support studies of the ice shelves of Antarctica, and support development of an under-ice rover.
Ph.D. in Physical Oceanography or related discipline. A minimum of five years of experience is preferred. The applicant must have experience in the analysis of in situ ocean data, deep knowledge of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology ocean general circulation model (MITgcm) and the ability to reconfigure it, and experience in analyzing basal ice melt due to ocean water masses around either Greenland or Antarctica.
It is desired the applicant has peer-reviewed publications as first author or coauthor that demonstrate expertise in the required areas, seagoing (research vessel) experience to measure water mass properties, proficiency in Matlab, IDL, and Python, and excellent communication skills and experience in presenting at professional meetings.
To view the details of this unique opportunity (including EEO statement and NASA requirements) and apply, please visit: https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/opportunities/experienced, (see Requisition # 2017-9049).
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Competitive with very good benefits
Feb 14, 2018
Mar 16, 2018
Early Career (up to 10 years past degree)
12. University of Washington : Applied Physics Laboratory – Research Associate of the University of Washington
Organization: College of the Environment, Applied Physics Laboratory
Title : Research Associate
Search Number : NN26678
The Ocean Physics Department (OPD) in Applied Physics Laboratory at the University of Washington (APL-UW) is seeking Post-doctoral Research Associates with research interests in upper ocean mixing processes and turbulence. This is a full-time (100% FTE) appointment, with an expected term of up to 36 months subject to satisfactory performance and availability of funding.
The Research Associate will work with an observational and modeling team to conduct and analyze a detailed observational study of mixing processes at the base of the upper ocean boundary layer during Fall 2018. Skills in oceanographic data analysis, ocean dynamics and mixing processes are desirable. Successful applicants must hold a recent (no more than 4-years) PhD or foreign equivalent in order to assume a post-doctoral position.
A transition to permanent staff following the completion of the post-doc appointment is possible subject to availability of funds and the demonstration of an interest in developing independent research initiatives during the course of the post-doc appointment. Opportunities to collaborate with scientists across APL and the UW campus provide access to a broad range of expertise both during the post-doctoral research and as a permanent member of the staff.
APL-UW serves society by contributing new knowledge and technology to the national defense enterprise, industry, public policy makers, and academia. The Laboratory’s broad and deep experience in undersea science and technology is a significant reason why APL-UW is one of only five Department of Defense-designated University Affiliated Research Centers (UARCs) having long-term, large-scale, formal connections to the U.S. Navy.
All University of Washington faculty engage in teaching, research and service.
The University of Washington is located in the greater Seattle metropolitan area, with a dynamic, multicultural community of 3.7 million people and a range of ecosystems from mountains to ocean. The University serves a diverse population of 80,000 students, faculty and staff, including 25% first-generation college students, over 25% Pell Grant students, and faculty from over 70 countries. The University promotes diversity and inclusivity among our students, faculty, and staff and the public; we seek applicants who are committed to these principles. Thus, we are strongly seeking applicants whose research, teaching, and/or service have not only prepared them to fulfill our commitment to inclusion, but have also given them the confidence to fully engage audiences in higher education from a wide spectrum of backgrounds.
The position offers salary commensurate with experience, as well as the University’s excellent comprehensive benefits package. Details are available at http://hr.uw.edu/benefits/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2016/05/BAAG-Faculty-9-mo-or-more-appointments.pdf).
Further information on current research at OPD and APL, by department and principal investigator, can be found at: http://www.apl.washington.edu/departments/opd/home.php
Screening of applicants will begin on February 1, 2018; the position will be open until filled. Travel expenses may be covered to allow finalists to present their recent work in an APL seminar in Seattle, WA.
Applicants are asked to submit electronically:
A curriculum vitae,
A publication list,
A brief research proposal (no more than 5 pages, double-spaced, excluding bibliography and figures) describing research to be pursued during a two-year tenure at the University of Washington, and
The names of four individuals who can provide a letter of reference.
Applications should be submitted preferably via email to:
Dr. Eric D’Asaro
Sr. Principal Oceanographer, Ocean Physics Department Chair
Applied Physics Laboratory – University of Washington
1013 NE 40th Street
Seattle, WA 98105-6698
University of Washington Applied Physics Laboratory
University of Washington, Seattle
Jan 16, 2018
Mar 16, 2018