Employment & Active POSTDOCTORAL Opportunities


NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellowships

Annual Recruitment Announcement: Deadline: 8 Jan 2016, 5:00PM MST

Jack Eddy

Jack Eddy Postdoctoral Fellowships

Annual Recruitment Announcement: Deadline: 15 Jan, 2016 5:00PM MST


NOAA GEOPHysical fluid dynamics laboratory

Project Scientist I

  • Contribute research activities to the GFDL Decadal Variability, Predictability and Prediction Project
  • Princeton, New Jersey

Deadline: 21 October 2015


NASA Living with a STAR | Call for proposals

2015 Topic Areas

  • Nowcasts of radiation storms (proton events) at energy levels that could create a radiation hazard for aircrew and passengers

Deadline: CLOSED


NOAA NWS Integrated Dissemination Program (IDP)

Software Engineer I-II
Support the NOAA Integrated Dissemination Program (IDP) nowCOAST migration project.
College Park, Maryland

Deadline: CLOSED


POSTDOCS APPLYING climate Expertise (PACE)

PACE Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
Annual Recruitment Opportunity

Postdoctoral scientists undertake research projects and develop tools that will apply climate prediction information to climate-impacted decisions. The work is conducted under the specification and direction of institutional mentoring partners. This year there are three projects for applicants to choose from.
Deadline: CLOSED

NOAA National Water CenteR


New opportunities will be listed on the UCAR Career Portal and as Opportunities on this website as they become available.

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The Visiting Scientist Programs partners with federal agencies and universities across the nation to recruit, hire, and provide administrative management to scientists who are working on cutting-edge research of benefit to society.

Visiting Scientists become employees of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, which is based in Boulder, Colorado. The scientists are hosted at research and operational settings located throughout the U.S.

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