Announcement of HIRLAM-C Management position

Following HIRLAM Management Position is open for applications
  ( vacancy information )

Project Leader for the Atmospheric Forecast Model
(50% of full time)
- responsible for the development of the dynamics and physics parametrizations
                  of the HARMONIE forecast model -
                        
Announcement summary
Keywords in expertise 
-  strong and inspired scientific leadership
-  well documented expertise in dynamics and/or physics parametrization development
-  good knowledge of the codes in the HARMONIE/IFS modeling system

Keywords in job description
-  participates in both science and code development for the forecast model (to lead the scientists)
-  accurately monitors and reports developments to HMG and HIRLAM governing bodies
-  keeps close interaction with ALADIN management and staff (in order to achieve fruitful research cooperation and joint planning activities)
-  interacts regularly with relevant ECMWF staff

Candidates should be employed by or through one the HIRLAM institutes. Their application should have the support of this host institute. Remuneration level of the successful candidate will correspond to that of a group leader or section head in the host institute as decided by its General Director.

Interested?
Contact with and/or send applications to:
HIRLAM-C Programme Manager, Jeanette Onvlee, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.    

Application should enclose a short motivational letter (explaining basic interest, special requirements) as well as a concise CV, to be received by the PM not later than 3 March 2017.

Procedure of evaluation
Evaluation of applications will be done by a selection board (HIRLAM Programme Manager, chair of HIRLAM Advisory Committee (HAC) and a HAC member of senior scientist).

Interviews will take place in the week of 27-31 March 2017.

The candidate recommended by the selection board will be formally appointed by the HIRLAM Council.
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