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AGU Job Information (Mar 08-Mar 14, 2018)

2018-03-16 15:11:53

1. Faculty Position in Hydrology/Climate-Change Adaptation

The Graduate Institute of Hydrological and Oceanic Sciences at the National Central University invites applications for one full-time tenure-track faculty position at any rank (assistant, associate, or full professor) in the area of Land Hydrological Cycles, Surface and Subsurface Hydrology, Climate Change Adaptations and/or Water Resources and Environments.

Qualified applicants should have a strong record of publications and commitments to exemplary research and teaching. She/he will be expected to publish quality SCI papers, establish internationally recognized independent research, and acquire external research funding. Estimated start date is August 1, 2018. Please send (or e-mail) the application letter, CV, a summary of teaching and research interests, and three letters of recommendation to:

Faculty search committee, Graduate Institute of Hydrological and Oceanic Sciences, National Central University, 300 Jhongda Rd, Jhongli, 32001, Taiwan ( Email :ncu5686@ncu.edu.tw; Tel: +886-3-4222874; Fax: +886-3-4222894 ).

Details

Employer

Graduate Institute of Hydrological and Oceanic Sciences, National Central University

Location

Taoyuan City, Taiwan

Posted

Mar 15, 2018

Closes

Apr 14, 2018

Discipline

Global Environmental Change,Hydrology

Career Level

Faculty

Education Level

PhD

Job Type

Full-time

Link:https://findajob.agu.org/job/8004857/faculty-position-in-hydrology-climate-change-adaptation/

2. Physical Scientist/Chemist (Quality Assurance Specialist)

The USGS Eastern Energy Resources Science Center (EERSC) and Eastern Minerals and Environmental Resources Science Center (EMERSC) in Reston, Virginia are soliciting interest from qualified individuals for a Physical Scientist/Chemist to serve as a Quality Assurance Specialist (QA Specialist) to implement, maintain, and manage a comprehensive program-wide Quality Management System (QMS) in EERSC and EMERSC Research Laboratories. The successful incumbent (1) has extensive experience with research laboratory quality assurance, (2) provides professional expertise and experience to successfully coordinate, promulgate, and maintain QMS policies and programmatic- and laboratory-specific standard operating procedures, and (3) guides the deployment of all quality assurance processes and methods to ensure the validity, quality, integrity, reproducibility, and traceability of data in a research laboratory. Additionally, the QA Specialist provides day-to-day support and training for laboratory analysts and personnel regarding QMS requirements; works with Laboratory Managers on the documentation, monitoring, and proper use of analytical equipment; ensures and validates data integrity and quality assurance processes as they relate to petroleum research; and performs root cause analysis, pre-audits, and/or creates corrective actions as needed to maintain the highest technical standards and scientific excellence in the EERSC and EMERSC research laboratories.

Details

Employer

Department of the Interior - US Geological Survey

Location

Reston, VA

Salary

$81,548 (GS 12 Step 01) to $126,062 (GS 13 Step 10)

Posted

Mar 14, 2018

Closes

Apr 13, 2018

Discipline

Interdisciplinary/Other

Career Level

Any Experience Level Considered

Education Level

Bachelors

Job Type

Full-time

Link:https://findajob.agu.org/job/8004878/physical-scientist-chemist-quality-assurance-specialist-/

3. Lecturer in Surveying/Geomatics/Geodesy

About the role

Contribute towards the three domains of academic work within the School of Engineering: Teaching and Learning, Research and Innovation and Service and Engagement in line with the Performance Expectations Framework (PEF) for Academic staff. The incumbent will develop vigorous research activity in the areas of surveying, geomatics, or geodesy and contribute to undergraduate honours and postgraduate programs within the School of Engineering. She/he will strengthen and complement the existing research expertise within the Discipline of Civil, Surveying, and Environmental Engineering.

Specifically, you will:

· Build research productivity and develop recognition for academic staff, including generating quality publications, relative to opportunity;

· Attract research higher degree students to the discipline. Effective co-supervision of research masters and RHD students, and co-publication with RHD candidates;

· Demonstrate educational leadership in Teaching and Learning at the course level and contribution to the program level by:

o Actively participating in the teaching programs of the School

o Developing course materials in collaboration with other academics in the School

o Coordinating and reviewing undergraduate and postgraduate courses;

· Collaborate with colleagues to contribute to the University and its academic community;

· Contribute to the School through membership of professional associations, building partnerships with the industry and through an emerging public profile;

Essential skills and experience

To be successful in this role, you will have:

· A PhD in Surveying, Geomatics, Geodesy or Remote Sensing

· A track record of research excellence demonstrated through quality publications

· Demonstrated capability to deliver undergraduate teaching in Surveying

· Capacity to supervise Honours and RHD (Masters and PhD) students

· Good interpersonal skills and a demonstrated ability to work in a collaborative team

· Demonstrated knowledge of workplace obligations to, and experience in leading and cultivating workplace practices and behaviours that promote, support and maintain a safe, healthy, equitable, diverse and respectful workplace; including responding appropriately to adverse accidents, incidents, behaviours, issues, reports and the like

Details:

Employer

The University of Newcastle

Location

Australia (AU)

Salary

Academic Level B from $95,351 per annum plus contributory superannuation

Posted

Mar 13, 2018

Closes

Apr 12, 2018

Ref

3191

Discipline

Geodesy

Career Level

Postdoctoral

Education Level

PhD

Link:https://findajob.agu.org/job/8004876/lecturer-in-surveying-geomatics-geodesy/

4. Assistant Professors - Geospatial / Remote Sensing Engineering and Ecological Engineering

The State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY ESF) in Syracuse, NY, invites applications for two academic-year, tenure-track positions at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Resources Engineering (ERE).

For the Geospatial / Remote Sensing Engineering position, the Department seeks applicants to meet teaching and research needs in the area of geospatial engineering with a focus on remote sensing. The position is open to applicants with interdisciplinary backgrounds (e.g. energy, environmental engineering, geography) who possess strong training and expertise in remote sensing and geospatial analysis (e.g. data acquisition and assimilation, data quality, sensor calibration, classification/regression algorithmic development). Candidates with expertise in terrestrial, atmospheric, oceanic or polar remote sensing are encouraged to apply.

Details:

Employer

SUNY ESF - Dept Env. Resources Engineering

Location

Syracuse, New York

Posted

Mar 13, 2018

Closes

Apr 12, 2018

Discipline

Atmospheric Sciences,Biogeosciences,Earth and Space Science Informatics,Geodesy,Global Environmental Change,Hydrology,Interdisciplinary/Other

Career Level

Faculty

Education Level

PhD

Link: https://findajob.agu.org/job/8004875/assistant-professors-geospatial-remote-sensing-engineering-and-ecological-engineering/

5. Graduate Assistantship in Urban Hydrology, Urban Climate, and Environmental Change

A graduate assistantship is available in urban ecohydrology at Washington State University in Vancouver, WA, for a student motivated to earn a PhD (with prior MS) or an intense research-based MS.

Likely research themes include, but are not limited to: the “natural” urban water cycle, its relations to the urban heat island and climate, connections with urban vegetation, drought and stormwater tolerance, and green infrastructure. Specific thesis/dissertation foci will be determined collaboratively by the accepted student and supervisor Dr. Kevan Moffett.

Required qualifications include: strong physical science and mathematics or engineering background, familiarity with hydrology, strong writing and communication skills, at least some time spent at an English-speaking institution of higher education, and some research experience. Additional skills of value (desired but not required) include: programming experience; remote sensing image analysis experience, advanced GIS skills; hydrologic, heat-transfer, or atmospheric numerical modeling experience; independent field research experience; report or manuscript writing experience.

Details:

Employer

Washington State University Vancouver

Location

Vancouver, Washington State

Salary

Includes graduate stipend, benefits, and tuition

Posted

Mar 12, 2018

Closes

Apr 11, 2018

Discipline

Atmospheric Sciences,Biogeosciences,Earth and Space Science Informatics,Global Environmental Change,Hydrology,Interdisciplinary/Other,Natural Hazards

Career Level

Student / Graduate

Education Level

Masters

Job Type

Internship

Link:https://findajob.agu.org/job/8004872/graduate-assistantship-in-urban-hydrology-urban-climate-and-environmental-change/

6. Remote Sensing Scientist – Atmospheric Composition (VN18 15)(2 posts)

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. Within our Remote Sensing and Products Division we have an Atmospheric Composition Competence Area which leads the scientific development, prototyping, validation and monitoring of atmospheric products from satellites.

We are recruiting for two scientists with an advanced knowledge of optical remote sensing techniques for trace gases to enhance the way we monitor the earth’s atmosphere. Candidates should be able to demonstrate their experience in the use of radiative transfer models and have previously developed software that involved an interaction with user communities. This is an exciting opportunity to define the requirements for future products and services from two of our missions, whilst supporting the way we re-process and calibrate data to analyse our climate. You will have experience in retrieving trace gases and other atmospheric composition products and the supporting scientific applications to drive forward innovation for future missions whilst enhancing our existing services.

You must be a team player, with the ability to collaborate with your colleagues and our international partners. You must have strong analytical skills, with the ability to convey complex concepts to our user communities. In this role, you will be able to demonstrate your exceptional organisational skills in a fast-paced operational environment.

Details:

Employer

EUMETSAT

Location

Darmstadt, Hessen (DE)

Posted

Mar 12, 2018

Closes

Apr 11, 2018

Ref

VN18 15

Discipline

Atmospheric Sciences

Career Level

Experienced

Education Level

PhD

Link:https://findajob.agu.org/job/8004865/remote-sensing-scientist-atmospheric-composition-vn18-15-2-posts-/

7. Two Visiting Faculty Positions at Case Western Reserve University

The Department of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences at Case Western Reserve University seeks candidates for two one-year, non-tenure-track Visiting Assistant Professor positions for the academic year starting August 20, 2018. We seek candidates with a broad background in the geosciences who will contribute to teaching and research in the department. The two positions will address departmental teaching needs including an upper level sedimentology and stratigraphy course, and one or more courses in global environmental problems, hydrogeology, and structural geology/geodynamics. Successful candidates may also have the opportunity to teach an introductory course or an elective course in their specialty. The expected course load for each position is three courses per year. Both positions require completion of the PhD degree by August 1, 2018 and a record of research and teaching commensurate with rank.

Applicants should submit a cover letter that addresses their qualifications for the position in terms of teaching and research, a CV, and arrange to have two letters of recommendation sent separately toeeps-search@case.edu. To ensure full consideration, all application materials should arrive by April 15, 2018.

Details:

Employer

Case Western Reserve University

Location

Cleveland, Ohio

Posted

Mar 08, 2018

Closes

Apr 07, 2018

Discipline

Global Environmental Change,Hydrology,Interdisciplinary/Other

Career Level

Faculty

Education Level

PhD

Link:https://findajob.agu.org/job/8004855/two-visiting-faculty-positions-at-case-western-reserve-university/

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