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Employment Opportunities

Below find a list of employment opportunities submitted by prospective employers for the 2005 Fall Meeting Career Center (as of 29 November). Unless otherwise noted, employers will be available for interviews throughout the Fall Meeting. Additional job postings will be available at the Career Center.

Current Opportunities
Research Scientist
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Atmospheric Scientist
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Land Modeling/Assimilation
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Earth Science Modeling Framework
  [Full description]
Limb Sounder Instruments
  [Full description]
Middle Atmosphere Analysis
  [Full description]
Ocean Assimilation
  [Full description]
Mid-Level Web Developer
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Microwave Calibration Scientist
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Microwave Algorithm Scientist
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Atmospheric Research Scientist
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Groundwater Modeler / Geoscientist
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Full Description

Earth Science Modeling Framework

Job Description:
To support the Global Modeling and Assimilation Office (GMAO) at the Goddard Space Flight Center. Candidate will participate in software development, porting existing codes to the Earth Systems Modeling Framework and code optimization for a variety of parallel computer architectures. The codes comprise general circulation models for the atmosphere and ocean, land surface and sea-ice models, ocean biology and atmospheric chemistry and their associated assimilation systems.

Required Skills:
Solid background in code and script development in FORTRAN 90 and UNIX along with previous hands-on experience in coding for parallel computer architectures. Experience with CVS is essential.

Desired Skills:
Experience with large-scale computations for an Earth science discipline is desirable.

Requires a Ph.D. or M.S. in Computational Fluid Dynamics or related field, mathematics, or computer science.

ERT is an equal opportunity employer. Salary is negotiable based on experience. Applicants should contact us at our AGU Exhibit Booth or email a resume or curriculum vita directly to:

Earth Resources Technology, Inc.
Att: Human Resources
8106 Stayton Drive
Jessup, MD 20794