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Scientist for regional ocean modelling

DMI - København

Storkøbenhavn
Oprettet:
11-03-2019
Udløber:
28-03-2019

A new full time position within regional ocean modelling is established at the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI).

The successful applicant will be a part of a team working with operational ocean modelling and reanalysis simulations. The focus of this position is on ocean model setup, execution and analysis, and scientific presentation of results. The region of interest is the North Sea – Baltic Sea, and we use the HBM and NEMO ocean models.

The work will be partly financed by the CMEMS BAL MFC and CLAIM projects. The CMEMS BAL MFC project is tasked to produce model forecasts and reanalysis of the Baltic Sea, and within the CLAIM project focus is on modelling micro plastics as a tracer in the ocean. For more information about the projects, please see research.dmi.dk under “projects”.
You will be working in a stimulating research environment including international collaboration and will be part of a research team working with oceanography and modelling at DMI.

Expected qualifications:

  • Master or PhD degree in oceanography, geophysics, engineering or similar
  • Highly analytical
  • Programming skills with Fortran in a UNIX environment is necessary, some experience with e.g. Python and shell scripts are an advantage
  • Experience with HBM, NEMO or data assimilation is an advantage
  • Good communication skills in oral and written English are essential
  • Capacity of working in a team together with your colleagues.

The Research Department at DMI employs a staff of approx. 60 scientists, of which approximately 10 work with oceanography, in close collaboration with meteorologists, climate scientists and remote sensing experts. We have a strong international profile, which is also reflected in the many nationalities here and in an English working language.

The DMI wants to contribute to equal opportunities for women and men, and encourage all qualified persons to apply regardless of age, gender or ethnic background.


Practical information
Employment and salary: Will be according to the Danish Law and Agreements. It will be possible to apply for an addition to the basic salary. The position is a temporary full-time employment limited until March 31, 2021. There is a possibility for extension pending on funding possibility
Employment area: The Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate and associated institutions
Working time: 37 hours weekly including a lunch break and 6 weeks of paid vacation annually after one year of employment
Further information: For further details about the position please contact Head of Ocean Research Kristine S. Madsen, telephone +4539157251 or by e-mail kma@dmi.dk
Employment date: 1st June 2019
Workplace: DMI, Lyngbyvej 100, 2100 Copenhagen Ø, Denmark
Deadline: Thursday 28th March, 2019 at hrs. 12:00 CET
Interview: We expect to hold interviews the 4th April 2019
Application: Please enclose a cover letter, a curriculum vitae (incl. publication list) and contacts for relevant professional references.

To apply for the position, please use the below link "Apply for Position", and follow the instructions.


The DMI is an institution under the Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate and carries out forecast and warning services as well as continuous monitoring of weather, climate and related environmental conditions in the atmosphere, on land and at sea, in order to secure human life, equipment and property, and to create a basis for economic and environmental planning in the society. Furthermore, R&D is carried out within the DMI working areas.

The DMI is an exciting workplace with professional competent employees with a wide variety of educations. Find more information about the DMI as a workplace under “About DMI” at www.dmi.dk.

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DMI - København

 
Lyngbyvej 100
Telefon: 39157229
Praktisk information
Oprettet:
11-03-2019
Udløber:
28-03-2019
Kviknummer:
LJA-71473561
Jobtype:
Fuldtid
Arbejdsområder:
Undervisning og pædagogik,
Forskning og udvikling,
Ingeniør og naturvidenskab
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