[Coral-List] Research Associate Position with the CHAMP

Jim Hendee Jim.Hendee at noaa.gov
Thu Feb 28 07:05:13 EST 2008


    NOAA/AOML's Coral Health and Monitoring Program (CHAMP) is supported 
in part by personnel from the Rosenstiel School for Marine and 
Atmospheric Science's Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric 
Sciences (CIMAS) at the University of Miami.  We are in need of an 
additional CIMAS person to help with CHAMP's information systems, some 
field work at monitoring stations at remote areas, and also to provide 
computer support for our Ocean Chemistry Division.  See below for 
information, and visit CIMAS to apply (i.e., not to me):


Job Title:     Research Associate (Research Associate 2)
Position Number:     036506

The University of Miami is committed to educating and nurturing 
students, creating knowledge, and providing service to our community and 
beyond. We are leaders in the area of education, scholarship, 
intercollegiate athletics and service. Come join our team!

The Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies (CIMAS) of 
the University of Miami invites applications for a Research Associate II 
position in Biological Oceanography.

Applicants must have a BS degree in Biological Oceanography, 
Mathematics, Physics, Computer Programming, Environmental Science or a 
related field, plus two years of relevant work experience. Necessary 
skills include use of oceanographic modeling tools (especially expert 
systems, neural networks, Bayesian Belief Networks), computer 
programming to support these and other marine environmental modeling and 
analysis tools, and experience at working in a variety of operating 
systems. Position #036506. The incumbent will be responsible for 
modeling the coral reef ecosystem utilizing artificial intelligence 
tools, supporting computer architecture and programming to support 
marine research scientists engaged in a variety of disciplines (ocean 
chemistry, biology, oceanography), as well as direct support for marine 
environmental research data for the Coral Health and Monitoring Program 
at the Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory. Salary: 

Apply online at: www.miami.edu/careers. Curriculum Vitae and contact 
information for three people who can provide letters of recommendation 
are required.

The University of Miami offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive 
benefits package including medical and dental benefits, tuition 
remission, vacation, paid holidays and much more. The University of 
Miami is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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