[unav_all] Climate Science of Cold Regions tenure track position/CU Boulder

Anne Sheehan Anne.Sheehan at Colorado.EDU
Sat Nov 10 15:33:42 MST 2012


Tenure track position in  Climate Science of Cold Regions, 
CIRES, University of Colorado Boulder

The Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences 
(CIRES,  www.cires.colorado.edu), an interdisciplinary research 
institute within the University of Colorado Boulder, seeks a 
junior tenure-track appointment specializing in climate science 
of cold regions.  Subjects of special interest to CIRES include 
sea ice, ice sheets, glaciers, and permafrost. The successful 
applicant will create a research program with productive 
collaborations both within and outside of CIRES leading to novel 
insights about climate mechanisms in cold regions, which may 
include the collection and analysis of original data.  
Candidates who employ technologies including satellite remote 
sensing, suborbital data acquisition, ground-based 
instrumentation or advanced earth system models in ways that 
enhance existing expertise within CIRES are particularly 
desirable.  The successful candidate will have a tenure track 
affiliation in a relevant academic department, including, but 
not limited to, Geography or Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences. 
Minimum education requirements include a PhD in Atmosphere 
Science, Geography, Physics or a related field.  Applications 
must be submitted to www.jobsatcu.com, posting #819483.  
Alternative formats of the job posting can be provided upon 
request for individuals with disabilities by contacting 
hr-ada at colorado.edu.  The University of Colorado is an Equal 
Opportunity Employer committed to building a diverse workforce 
and encourages applications from women, racial and ethnic 
minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans.  The 
University of Colorado Boulder conducts background checks on all 
final applicants. Review of applications will begin December 1, 
2012 and will continue until a successful applicant is 
selected.  Questions can be sent to Professor Mark Serreze 
(Chair of the Search Committee) at  mark.serreze at Colorado.EDU



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