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  • Ocean Career: Alfred-Wegener Institute Marine Data Manager... Bremerhaven
  • ECO Magazine in Bremerhaven, , Germany
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  • 1 week ago

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Ocean Career: Alfred-Wegener Institute Marine Data Manager Associate Research Scientist ECO Posted On November 22, 2023 The overall objective of the Helmholtz Young Investigator Group SOS-iClimate is to answer the question how melting Antarctic ice masses alter the ocean salinity and circulation and if these changes will amplify or dampen global warming in the future. For this purpose, we will identify and quantify the causes of past and future salinity changes in the Southern Ocean using ocean tracers, in particular seawater stable isotopes.These tracers serve as a fingerprint of impact of rapidly melting ice masses on the ocean’s salinity and we will use them to constrain climate model simulations.TasksThis position will use existing and newly collected measurements of the seawater stable isotopic composition from ship-board sample collection in the Southern Ocean to build a novel data base that can be used to trace the imprint of melting ice and changing surface moisture fluxes on... the ocean. Through this effort, the position will contribute to the understanding of ongoing rapid changes in the Southern Ocean.Specifically, this position willsearch and identify existing data records of seawater stable isotopes from the Southern Oceaninquire and record metadatamerge and reformat multiple data setsassess data quality and quantify biases and uncertaintiescoordinate and participate in international laboratory intercomparison studiesfacilitate the collection and analysis of new observational data from the Southern Oceanpublish a statistical and technical assessment of the data set in peer-reviewed journalRequirementsIdeally, you should hold a Ph.D. degree related to Earth, climate, or environmental sciences. However, also applications of candidates that hold a M.S. degree in a related field will be considered. We seek for a person with an extensive experience in data management and analysis, and organizational skills.It is also expected to assist with project coordination and to interact with an interdisciplinary and international science community in order to build a network of data providers and users. Therefore, very good communication skills in English—both written and oral—are mandatory.Desirable skills and knowledge:In addition, statistical and technical skills in acquiring and handling observational data is desirable. The position will closely collaborate with the AWI Data Division.The AWI is characterized byour scientific success—excellent researchcollaboration and cooperation—intra-institute, national and international, interdisciplinaryopportunities to develop—on the job and towards other positionsan international environment—everyday contacts with people from all over the worldflexible working hours and the possibility of mobile working up to 50% of regular working hoursHealth promotion and company fitness with EGYM wellpasssupport services and a culture of reconciling work and familyJobticketFurther InformationThis is a part-time position (60%), limited to 36 months. It is also suitable for full-time employment. The salary will be paid in accordance with the Collective Agreement for the Public Service of the Federation (Tarifvertrag des öffentlichen Dienstes, TVöD Bund), up to salary level 13. The place of employment will be Bremerhaven.ECO Magazine is a marine science trade publication committed to bringing scientists and professionals the latest ground-breaking research, industry news, and job opportunities from around the world. The ECO Newsletter is a weekly email featuring the Top 10 stories of the past seven days, providing readers with a convenient way to stay abreast on the latest ocean science and industry news.
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