A postdoctoral position is open at the College of Marine Science, University of South Florida in beautiful St. Petersburg, Florida!
The research will be part of a NASA-funded grant for the NASA Sea Level Science Team. The postdoc will be working with Dr. Don Chambers at USF to understand dynamical ocean variability along coastlines of the United States at annual, interannual and multidecadal periods with a goal of creating statistical models that can be used to make decadal predictions of dynamic sea level variability.
The applicants should hold a PhD in oceanography, geophysical fluid dynamics, or a comparable field, and have experience in scientific computing. A background using tide gauge data, satellite altimetry, and/or regional ocean models is desirable, but not required.
The position is for up to three years, starting as soon as possible (preferably in January 2018). The proposed salary will be based on skills and experience, within national standards. Candidates interested in this research project should send their application including and academic CV, a statement of interest, and the names of two references to
Don Chambers (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Applications will be considered until the position is filled.