Apply for Research Fellow in Air Quality and Climate Modelling and Observations
Reference: 046295 FTE: 1 FTE (working 37 hours per week)
Duration of Contract: 24 Month Fixed Term Contract with the possibility of renewal
Salary: UH7 £35,333 – £37,474 per annum with potential to progress to £42,155 by annual increments on achieving designated skills and experience, subject to available funding.
Location: College Lane Campus, Hatfield, University of Hertfordshire, UK
Deadline for applications: 15 November 2022
Full details can be found on: https://www.jobs.herts.ac.uk/go/046295
Vacancy details in brief: The Research Fellow will contribute to projects on understanding atmospheric processes that affect air quality and climate predictions for different regions of the world with the use of models supported by observations. You will have strong understanding of the theory of multiple scale composition, dynamical and climate interactions and process analysis through the combined use of regional models (e.g. WRF-CMAQ, WRF-Chem) driven by global-scale modes. In addition to strong experience in regional scale air quality, meteorological and/or climate modelling, experience in measurements and associated laboratory analysis of air pollutants would be advantageous. Other experience, such as the use of global-scale air pollution and climate models will also be relevant to the post.
Qualifications required You will hold an Undergraduate Honours Degree (minimum 2:2 or equivalent) in a relevant discipline (e.g. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Meteorology, Computer Science, Engineering) and a PhD or close to completion in a relevant subject related to air quality, meteorological and/or climate modelling and observations with strong computer programming elements based on Unix based cluster systems.
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