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Autonomous Vehicles Technician position available at the Scottish Association for Marine Science (Oban, Scotland)

We are looking for an enthusiastic technician to assist in the running of the SAMS gliders and AUV.

For more information see: https://sams.ciphrro.com/Jobsearchresult.aspx or contact Estelle Dumont Estelle.Dumont@sams.ac.uk
Application deadline: 23rd May 2014


Post Doctoral Project Scientist (Observational Physical Oceanography) position available at the Scottish Association for Marine Science (Oban, Scotland)

The purpose of this post is to support the physical oceanographic observations, including glider data, being made as part of the UK-OSNAP project.

For more information see: https://sams.ciphrro.com/Jobsearchresult.aspx or contact Dr Stuart Cunningham Stuart.Cunningham@sams.ac.uk
Application deadline: 23rd May 2014


Two vacancies at the National Oceanography Centre (Southampton, UK) within the Marine Autonomous and Robotic Systems (MARS) Glider group:

Glider Engineer: http://noc.ac.uk/jobs/140217-glider-engineer
Glider Engineer - Software: http://noc.ac.uk/jobs/140217-glider-engineer-software

Closing date: 31st March 2014.
For general enquiries regarding these roles, please contact David White via e-mail: dwh@noc.ac.uk


Two vacancies at the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS, Oban, Scotland) in Physical Oceanography (basin-scale observations):

- Post Doctoral Research Assistant in Physical Oceanography (NACLIM project)
- Research Associate in Physical Oceanography (Extended Ellett Line project)

Both positions have an emphasis on field-based observations, which include glider deployments. Both appointments are fixed-term for 3 years. For more information see https://sams.ciphrro.com/Jobsearchresult.aspx or contact Dr Stuart Cunningham Stuart.Cunningham@sams.ac.uk
Applications deadline: 23rd May 2013


PhD studentship using gliders and new sensor technology to investigate nutrient fluxes and primary production

Any numerate degree acceptable

We are looking for anyone with a good scientific first degree with good numerical skills, whether pure mathematics or applied biology. No experience necessary, just a desire to do cutting edge, practical science. If anyone is interested or has any questions they should contact Adrian P. Martin adrian.martin@noc.ac.uk or Stuart Painter scp@noc.soton.ac.uk.


Researcher position in modeling and data assimilation

NERSC offers a 2-years researcher position in the Mohn-Sverdrup Center, with possibilities for prolongation.

The vacancy is open for applications until the 1st June 2012. More infrormation at: http://www.nersc.no/vacency/researcher-position-modeling-and-data-assimilation-0


 





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