Job offers from the PROBE network for September 2021

Are you interested in the cutting-edge project aiming to improve numerical weather prediction? Are you ready to work with big data gather from smartphones? Then maybe a postdoc  position at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is a great opportunity for you! Check out the call below, the deadline for applications is 1 October 2021!

Job description:

main topics: Assimilation of crowd-source observations to improve weather forecasts.

Work with WRF model and DART data assimilation system.

Place: Israel

Qualification required: Ph.D. in meteorological mesoscale modeling. Excellent knowledge of Linux environment and shell scripting.

Application deadline: 1 October 2021

Contact person: Prof. Dorita Rostkier-Edelstein (The Hebrew University  of  Jerusalem) , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Are you interested in studying climate change, namely transition in precipitations? Are you interested in Galapagos Islands? Then maybe a position at Marburg University is a great opportunity for you! Check out the call below, the application deadline is 17 September 2021!

Job description: Postdoc researcher in atmospheric remote sensing

Establishment, operation and data evaluation of a climate measurement network on the Galapagos Islands.

Development of a procedure for the creation and evaluation of a data set of different precipitation types (convective, stratiform) with machine learning procedures on the basis of geostationary satellite systems and meteorological radar satellites.

Place: University of Marburg, Germany

qualification required:  a very good doctorate in physical geography - climatology (or similar) as well as sound knowledge in the areas of remote sensing, machine learning with big data, and programming (e.g. in Python) are required

application deadline: 17 September 2021

contact person:  Prof. Dr. Jörg Bendix at 06421-28 24266 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Are you interested in working on turbulence-resolving simulations of stable polar boundary layers? Are you expert in large eddy simulations? Then maybe the position in Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität in Hannover is a great opportunity for you!

Check out the call below, the call is open till September 15!

Job Offer: Research Assistant (Ph.D. study) in the field of polar boundary layer meteorology

main topics: Large-eddy simulation (LES) of the polar stable boundary layer shall be performed.

The LES shall be analyzed and compared with data collected at Hailuoto, Finland in two field campaigns. This position involves a teaching load of 6 hours per week.

place: Hannover, Germany

qualification required: a scientific university degree (master) in the fields of Meteorology, Environmental Fluid Dynamics, or comparable.

Closing date:  September 15, 2021

Contact person: Prof. Dr. Björn Maronga, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Link: https://www.uni-hannover.de/en/jobs/4537/


Are you interested in working with real-time data from EUMETSAT instruments? Are you expert in remote sensing, especially for atmospheric chemistry and trace gases retrieval? Then maybe the position in HAMTEC Consulting is a great opportunity for you!

Check out the call below, the call is open till September 30!

Job Offer: Service for Cal/Val activities for UVNS instruments

main topics: Level 1 and Level 2 Cal/Val support & quality monitoring.

Identification of data-sets for continuous Cal/Val and monitoring of operational atmospheric products.

Proposal for improvement of ground-based fiducial reference data-set quality, network architecture, and data-provision where needed.

place: Darmstadt, Germany

qualification required: University degree in physical remote sensing, meteorology, oceanography, physics, IT/Computational Science, or equivalent.

Closing date: 30th September 2021

Contact person: Simon Davidson via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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