Employment & POSTDOCTORAL Opportunities

PACE HOSTS for Postdocs Applying Climate Expertise (PACE)

The goal of this program is to train climate researchers to transform their knowledge into solutions and tools for the decision/risk management community.
Seeking interested host partners to submit a Joint Statement of Intent (SOI) to host a PACE Fellow.



Training the next generation of researchers in the emerging field of Heliophysics.
Deadline: 16 January 2015


C&GC NOAA Climate & global change

Creating the next generation of leaders in climate change science
Deadline: 9 Jan 2015, 5:00PM MST


NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL)

Seeking applications for a Postdoctoral Researcher
Investigate aspects of the tropical Pacific biases in newly developed GFDL climate models
Princeton, New Jersey
DEADLINE has been extended to Friday, September 5th | 5:00 p.m. (MDT)


NOAA Office of Hydrological Development (OHD)

Seeking applications for a Visiting Scientist

Silver Spring, Maryland
Deadline: 1 September 2014


NOAA National Water Center

Seeking applications for Software Engineers & Associate Scientists from entry to expert levels

University of Alabama Campus, Tuscaloosa
Deadline: 15 August 2014


Postdoctoral Researcher

Silver Spring, Maryland
Deadline: 23 May 2014


Student Visitor(S) at the NOAA CNRFC

Sacramento, California

Postdoctoral Opportunities

COCONet Graduate Fellowships

The Continuously Operating Caribbean Observational Network (COCONet) project funded by the National Science Foundation seeks applicants for two graduate research fellowships starting in August or September of 2014.
Deadline: 15 June 2014

HSS Heliophysics Summer School

Focus on the science underlying current and future heliophysical missions, including but not limited to MMS, Themis, RBSP, IRIS, SDO, and Solar Probe Plus.
Deadline: Closed



Growing the pool of scientists qualified to transfer advances in climate science and climate prediction into climate-related decision framework(s) and decision tools.
Deadline: Closed


PACE Hosts Opportunity for PACE Postdoctoral Mentors

UCAR’s Visiting Scientist Programs seeks decision-makers and climate researchers to partner in hosting and mentoring early career scientists.
Hosting Applications for PACE are accepted throughout the year.
Last updated September 15, 2014

About Our Opportunities

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.

Opportunities often change, so please check back regularly.

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