On this page you will find selected vacancies that are related to climate and atmospheric sciences.

CIRES Visiting Fellows Programme
CIRES sponsors a prestigious Visiting Fellows program, inviting scientists to join the thriving community of researchers in Boulder, Colorado. CIRES Visiting Fellowships are intended to stimulate interdisciplinary research across the institute through engagement with CIRES researchers on campus and in Boulder’s NOAA Laboratories. Sponsored by CIRES Fellows, Visiting Fellows work with CIRES researchers on a wide range of environmental science topics. The CIRES Visiting Fellows Program has attracted more than 350 scientists from around the world over the past 50 years; many have gone on to lasting careers in CIRES and NOAA. We encourage applications from members of groups under-represented in the environmental sciences and related disciplines. This program is funded primarily through the CIRES Cooperative Agreement with NOAA.

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The application opens on October 23, 2023and the deadline is January 2, 2024. Submit your application online

SPARC activity lead Irina Petropavlovskikh qualifies as a sponsor for a a CIRES VFP Post-doc or Sabbatical Visitor. However, it is a competitive program, thus, you have to apply with a proposal and get selected. For more information about the program, please see the website here

Postdoctoral Research Scholar Impacts on Earth Systems, National Institute of Aerospace, Hampton, Virginia (US)

The National Institute of Aerospace, working with NASA Langley Research Center, in the United-States,  is opening a Postdoctoral position in Earth Science to study the impacts of volcanic eruptions, fires and pollution on stratospheric composition and climate. For more details, please see link below:

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Application deadline: 2023

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open PostDoc position at the Wegener Center for Climate and
Global Change, University of Graz (Austria)

join theresearch group Atmospheric Remote Sensing and Climate System:

in the area of Climate analysis and satellite remote sensing with occultation methods, specifically on data analysis innovations, uncertainty characterization of climate records and their application for atmospheric and climate research.
40 hours a week, fixed-term employment for 6 years,

Application deadline: July 5, 2023

Please see website for detailed information and job description.

Postdoctoral researcher for 2 years
We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher to carry out research funded by the Spanish National Project RecO3very (Stratospheric Ozone recovery in the Northern Hemisphere under climate change) on the coupling between stratospheric ozone layer recovery and stratospheric dynamics, in the context of climate change (
The successful candidate will work at the Earth Physics and Astrophysics Department of Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain), within the active UCM research group Stream (Stratospheric and Tropospheric REsearch And Modeling).
The candidates must have a Doctoral Degree in Earth Sciences, Physics, Engineering or related fields. It is highly recommended that they have published in peer-reviewed journals and /or presented their work at international conferences. A good level in English and programming skills in a scientific software (Matlab, Python, R, …) are required.
Starting date: September 2023 (some flexibility is possible)
Type of employment: Full-time 
Application Deadline: 31st March 2023
How to apply: Send your Curriculum Vitae by email to the PIs (emails below) and provide names and emails of 2 people that could provide a reference letter for you.
Contact: Marta Abalos (se.mc1702277308u@aso1702277308labam1702277308) and
              Natalia Calvo (se.mc1702277308u@cai1702277308latan1702277308)

Postdoctoral Research Scientist in Stratosphere-Troposphere Coupling in the Tropics

The Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics at Columbia University in New York and NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) invite applicants for a Postdoctoral Research Scientist position to conduct research into stratosphere-troposphere coupling in the tropics, with the goal of helping improve the performance of global climate model parameterizations and constrain their predictions of changes in surface climate and teleconnections between the tropics and high latitudes.  Appointment is made annually and is contingent upon funding and performance.

The successful candidate will use NASA/GISS climate models and multiple sources of observed data to study the processes of coupling between the stratosphere and the troposphere via several pathways, including modulation of the Madden-Julian Oscillation by the Quasi-Biennial Oscillation (QBO), modulation of the QBO by the El-Nino Southern Oscillation, and possible interactions between variability in the stratospheric polar vortex and the QBO.  The goal is to use these analyses to improve the GISS global climate model and make the model response to changes in stratospheric dynamical and compositional changes more coherent and more skillful. The postdoc will be expected to perform original research, present the results of the research at scientific meetings, and publish first-author papers in peer-reviewed journals

Starting date: March 2023
Type of employment: Full-time 
Application Deadline: open until filled
(Vacancy posted: 07 Feb 2023)

Multiple Postdoc Positions in Atmospheric/Climate Science at Stony Brook University

The Division of Atmospheric Sciences in the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences at Stony Brook University currently has multiple ongoing searches for Postdoctoral Researchers. These positions will support early career professionals in investigating the interconnections of precipitation, climate variability and climate change on daily-to-decadal timescales using modern methodologies, including machine learning and high-resolution climate modeling. Interested candidates should apply for individual positions using the links below.

Current Positions:

Campus Description: 

Stony Brook University (SBU), home to many highly ranked graduate research programs, is located 60 miles from New York City on Long Island’s scenic North Shore and is a top-ranked public university in New York State. Our 1,100-acre campus is home to 24,000 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students and more than 13,500 faculty and staff. SBU is a comprehensive research-intensive university and a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), which includes 34 public universities among its 62 members. SBU consists of 12 schools and colleges and a teaching hospital that provides state-of-the- art healthcare in the Long Island region. SBU also manages and performs joint research with Brookhaven National Laboratory, the only Department of Energy Laboratory in the Northeast, and shares doctoral programs with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, a world-renowned molecular biology institute. Home to the Emerson String Quartet, the Pollock-Krasner House in East Hampton, New York, the Humanities Institute, and the Southampton Arts Program, and with endeavors that extend to the Turkana Basin Institute in Kenya and the Ranomafana National Park in Madagascar, SBU sustains an international reputation that cuts across the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.

School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences: 

The School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) at Stony Brook University is the State University of New York’s designated center for marine sciences and a leader in marine, atmospheric and sustainability research, education, and public service. The SoMAS faculty are internationally known for their leadership in research in atmospheric sciences using state-of-the-art observations and models from the cloud- to global-scale. The expertise of SoMAS faculty places them in the forefront in addressing and answering questions about immediate regional problems, as well as long-term problems relating to the global oceans and atmosphere.

(Vacancy posted: 07 Feb 2023)

Modelling study of the impact of emissions from megafires on the stratosphere in frame of the ANR project PyroStrat

Post-doc (M/F) in atmospheric chemistry modelling

The position is proposed in the frame of the PyroStrat project funded by the ANR (French research council) from January 2022 to December 2025. The general objective of this project is to quantify the impact of the emissions from megafires reaching the stratosphere (i.e. pyrocumulonimbus) on the composition and radiative balance of the stratosphere from seasonal to interannual timescales. PyroStrat research studies rely on the analysis of various types of observations and models outputs. In this project, the contribution of the CNRM laboratory is to study the effect of pyrocumulonimbus on stratospheric ozone depletion. For this purpose, we will use the MOCAGE-CTM global chemistry-transport model developed at CNRM to study the composition of the troposphere and the stratosphere. MOCAGE-CTM numerical experiments will be run to simulate case studies of megafires and also a much longer period covering the last decade when most of the megafires took place. The research work at CNRM will be done in collaboration with the partners of the project, in particular LATMOS in Paris (for the fire emission estimates and in link with climate studies) and LOA in Lille (in link with radiative budget studies).

The successful candidate will be in charge of the studies based on MOCAGE-CTM
model consisting of:
• setting up, running and evaluating MOCAGE-CTM simulations
• analysing and communicating the results (presentations, publications).

Starting date: 15 March 2023
Duration of contract: 20 months
Type of employment: Full-time 
Application Deadline: 13 February 2023

Investigations of the interaction of wind turbines with undisturbed atmospheric flow

The DLR is currently setting up the research wind farm Krummendeich (WiValdi). Two multi-Megawatt wind turbines will be installed in 2022. The turbines themselves as well as the wind farm will be equipped with a large number of sensors to allow research in all fields of wind energy science. The Institute of Atmospheric Physics at Oberpfaffenhofen is responsible for meteorological observations in the wind farm. Load characteristics of wind turbines, wind farm effects and short-term forecasts are only some of the research topics that can be investigated at the site in future. For this purpose, we plan to operate three Doppler wind lidars (DWL) and a microwave radiometer (MWR) at the site. Measurements with these instruments allow to capture the state of the flow field in and around the wind farm as well as the atmospheric stratification throughout the boundary layer. The wind farm is well suited for investigations of the interaction of wind turbines with undisturbed atmospheric flow as well as the influence of wind turbine wakes on loads and efficiency of downstream turbines. One DWL will initially be installed on the nacelle of a turbine.

The PostDoc shall operate the instruments in the field and develop new measurement strategies to characterize the average flow field and turbulence in the wind farm. A close cooperation and synthesis with numerical models up to the point of data assimilation is envisioned for the future. The PostDoc is encouraged to develop new project ideas and contribute actively to the scientific community.

Starting date: immediately
Duration of contract: 3 years
Type of employment: Full-time (part-time possible)

Find out more and apply online.

                                                                                                        (Vacancy posted: 25 Nov 2022)

Scientific officer at WMO Atmospheric Environment Research (AER) Division – Science and Innovation Department

new vacancy notice is available on e-recruitment. A new 2-year fixed term position as Scientific Officer is available at WMO in Geneva, Switzerland. To find out more see here.

Closing date: 8 August 2022.

Non-tenure track research faculty and postdoctoral scholar

We are founding a new research team to develop a framework for integrating big-data and physical modeling components for the adaptive future strategy of humanity under global environmental changes. The following represent the key research foci, on which a successful candidate will work regarding one or more of them.

All candidates should electronically submit a KAIST application form and their cover letter to moc.l1702277308iamg@1702277308tsiak1702277308.balk1702277308h1702277308.  Applicants for research professor position should send an additional CV including contact information of two professional references. Only applications that arrived between December 20, 2021 and January 16, 2022 are valid. KAIST application forms for postdoctoral scholar and research professor are available at Any inquiries may be directed to moc.l1702277308iamg@1702277308tsiak1702277308.balk1702277308h1702277308.

KAIST is a relatively young science- and technology-oriented university located in Daejeon, South Korea. Daejeon city is about an hour south of Seoul via KTX express train. Further details and benefits, including on-campus housing, are available at the KAIST International Office ( Since HydroKlima Laboratory operates a satellite office in Seoul, depending on negotiation, a workspace can be set up in either Daejeon or Seoul.

Closing date: Jan 16, 2022. Full description and more information can be found here.

Head of climate group at ‘PhysikalischMeteorologische Observatorium Davos und World Radiation Center’

The „PhysikalischMeteorologische Observatorium Davos und World Radiation Center (PMOD/WRC) is advertising for the position of head of the climate group. We are a research institute and international calibration center focused on meteorological solar radiation and imaging measurements.

Due to the retirement of the climate group head, we are looking for a new scientist, who will continue and develop research into the Earth’s system and upper atmosphere modeling.  

Application deadline is 29 October 2021. Full description and more information can be found here.

(posted: 21 August 2021)

Funded PhD Project on The role of ozone in sub-seasonal to seasonal weather prediction

This studentship is open to students from the UK and ECMWF member states.

Sub-seasonal to seasonal (S2S) weather prediction has received growing attention from both the research and application communities due to its importance for decision-making in sectors including water, agriculture and food security, disaster risk reduction and insurance, and finance. This forecast range between weather forecasts and seasonal outlooks was long considered to be a ‘predictability desert’ showing little forecast skill. However, recent research has helped identify sources of predictability on this time scale and along with advances in observation and modelling tools now provides a great opportunity to improve forecast skill.

This PhD project will focus on one of the most important of the identified sources of predictability – the stratosphere. Because stratospheric ozone can provide long-term memory of dynamical disturbances through radiative feedbacks, there is growing interest from the numerical weather prediction community to understand how the inclusion of stratospheric ozone variability may help to improve S2S forecast skill. To investigate this potential, this PhD project will study the impact of a recently developed ozone scheme in the forecast system used at the European Centre for Medium-range Weather Forecasts (ECWMF), quantify its radiative impacts and effect on forecast skills at different timescales, and explore the dynamical mechanisms that ultimately lead to the stratosphere influencing surface weather. In addition, the PhD student will have the opportunity to contribute to the ongoing development of the ozone scheme to further improve forecast skill.

Eligibility requirements: Applicants should hold or expect to gain a minimum of a 2:1 Bachelor degree and/or a Master degree at the merit level (or equivalent) in meteorology, physics, mathematics, or closely related environmental or computational sciences. Strong computer and programming skills will be an advantage.

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(posted: 25 June 2021)

Various PhD/ Post-doc positions in the reserach programme “The Tropopause Region in a Changing Climate”

The Tropopause Region in a Changing Climate will be funded by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, starting 1 July 2021.
If you are looking for a PhD position, a student assistant job or a Postdoc
opportunity, you can find a wide range of topics at the seven collaborating
institutions: From laboratory and wind tunnel to field measurements,
complex theoretical projects especially with aerosol-chemical and
dynamical topics as well as their embedment in Earth system modelling on
different scales.

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The research programme
Climate change is without doubt the most urging global problem of the near future and climate projections are of enormous political and socioeconomic relevance. Such estimates are highly dependent on the accurate  representation of the atmospheric dynamics, chemical composition, aerosol loading, cirrus clouds and circulation feedbacks in the altitude region of 10 km to 20 km, the upper-troposphere/lower stratosphere (UTLS) region.

However, knowledge about even the present day global distribution of key constituents that are of relevance for climate in this region, such as water vapour, ozone, ice particles, and aerosols is surprisingly incomplete. The complexity of this region is a result of the coupling of processes from the nano- or micrometer scale, e.g. atmospheric aerosol formation, turbulence and mixing to the regional and planetary scale.

In the new Collaborative Research Centre TPChange we will identify, disentangle, and quantify dynamical, microphysical, and aerosol-chemical processes that are relevant for the UTLS composition and its role in climate. This will be achieved by field measurements, laboratory studies, theoretical approaches, and multiscale numerical modelling. Based on an improved process understanding, we will develop parametrisations of relevant small-scale processes to improve state of the art climate models and to better quantify the impact of UTLS processes on composition and dynamics and on Earth‘s future climate.

(Posted on 11 June 2021)

2-year postdoctoral researcher position in regional ocean modeling (198984) | NORCE

NORCE climate is seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated climate scientist to work in the recently funded BioDiversa project EASMO – EAStern Tropical Pacific reef fish on the MOve: reorganization of biodiversity and societal consequences.

NORCE Climate conducts basic and applied research on the climate system, on anthropogenic climate change and its impact on societies, and on the feasibility of climate change mitigation options. NORCE Climate is one of the four partners of the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, which is the largest climate research centre in the Scandinavian countries and among the leading centres in Europe.

Project/ task description

Species are “on the move” throughout the planet escaping hostile climatic conditions. These movements have advanced four times faster in the ocean than on land, causing dramatic ecosystem-level changes and redistributing fishery resources across borders. These have major implications for ecology, food security, and governance. EASMO is an exciting research endeavour that will investigate the impact of climate change on the distribution of reef fish throughout the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean. Given the transdisciplinary and transnational nature of this research, EASMO brings together leading researchers in different disciplines from Germany, Australia, Colombia, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, UK and USA. Researchers from Norway will develop research on the physical and biogeochemical drivers of climate change impacting reef fish distribution in the Eastern Tropical Pacific.

The candidate’s role will be to develop high-resolution regional climate information, particularly oceanographic changes, and assess future changes in drivers associated with reef fish distribution in the Eastern Tropical Pacific. The position is for a period of 2-years (with a possibility for extension).

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Deadline: Sunday, February 14, 2021

World View Position Opening: Director, Stratospheric Sciences Group

World View is currently seeking an individual to lead the efforts of our brand-new Stratospheric Science Group. The Stratospheric Science Group leads our efforts in understanding and mastering all aspects of the stratosphere’s winds, climate, and environment. This individual will lead and build out a team, while directing all technical aspects of stratospheric research and partnering with other teams for launch and in-flight forecasting. A qualified applicant for this position should have established expertise in stratospheric dynamics and environments, both numerical weather forecasting and atmospheric research. Demonstrated atmospheric group leadership experience, a high level of creativity and strategic experience in developing operational meteorology capabilities are also key requirements to this position.

Qualified applicants for this role ideally should have 10+ years of experience in atmospheric science research/forecasting/or operational meteorology, including 3+ years leading an atmospheric sciences/operational meteorology group. A minimum of a MS is required, but a PhD in atmospheric sciences or a closely related science field is preferred.

This opportunity is for US Citizens only, as this individual must be available to obtain security clearance.

For more information on this opportunity and to apply, please reach out to Ian Ambrosio (ecaps1702277308.weiv1702277308dlrow1702277308@oiso1702277308rbmai1702277308), and take a look at the job posting on the World View Website listed below.

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(posted: August 2020)

Scientist – Earth System Diagnostics
at the European Centre for Medium-range Weather Forcasts (ECMWF)

This position is in the Diagnostics team, within the Evaluation Section of the Forecast Department. The Diagnostics team brings dynamical and physical insight to the understanding of forecast performance and model climate. It carries out a range of activities, including numerical experiments and case studies, to identify and investigate model performance issues. The successful candidate will contribute to the development and use of new diagnostic tools to address the increasing complexity of ECMWF’s state-of-the-art Earth system model.

Apply until 10 February 2020

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Assistant Professor – Environmental Engineering Atmosphere and Air Quality
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick

The Department of Environmental Sciences at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in environmental engineering working at the interface of atmospheric science, air quality, and sustainability.

We seek outstanding applicants with a Ph.D. in environmental engineering, civil engineering, chemical engineering, atmospheric chemistry, or related environmental/engineering disciplines and demonstrated ability to conduct research, to teach at the graduate and undergraduate levels, and to mentor students. Applicants will be expected to develop an innovative, independent, and externally-funded research program that addresses topics such as those identified in the recent National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine report “Environmental Engineering for the 21st Century: Addressing Grand Challenges.” Relevant research areas include, but are not limited to, design of novel air quality control techniques, air quality modeling and analysis, and sensor development and deployment. Teaching expectations include existing or new courses in air quality modeling, air pollution control systems, instrumental methods and design, or other courses in our ABET-accredited Environmental Engineering program relevant to research interests. Applicants possessing or having the background necessary to obtain a Professional Engineering license are especially desired.

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(posted: January 2020)

Physicist or atmospheric scientist at German Aerospace Center (DLR) :

Development of methods for wind and aerosol retrievals of the satellite wind lidar on Aeolus

The Earth Explorer wind lidar mission Aeolus from ESA was successfully launched into space on August 22nd, 2018, and carries the first Wind-Lidar worldwide. DLR’s Institute of Atmospheric Physics plays a leading role within the Aeolus Data Innovation and Science Cluster (DISC), a consortium consisting of 10 international partners supporting ESA in providing high quality atmospheric wind measurements. DISC activities include monitoring of the instrument and the data products, advancement of algorithms and processors as well as impact experiments with numerical models for weather prediction. The main task of this position is the development of methods to support the reprocessing of wind and aerosol products from Aeolus and the assessment of its quality.

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(posted: November 2019)

PostDoc position at NCAR for Asian Monsoon UTLS transport studies

NCAR/ACOM is seeking a postdoctoral scientist to work on the Asian Summer Monsoon Chemical Climate Impact Project (ACCLIP). ACCLIP is a NSF funded project to investigate the Asian Summer Monsoon impact on UTLS composition, including an airborne field campaign in Summer 2020 based from Japan.

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(posted: July 2019)

Projektstelle (½ E13, bis 28.2.2021) beim Deutschen Wetterdienst am Meteorologischen Observatorium Hohenpeißenberg, Germany

Validierung von Ozonprofilen aus Satellitenmessungen von GOME-2 und IASI Instrumenten auf den Metop A,B und C Satelliten von EUMETSAT im Rahmen der Atmospheric Composition Satellite Application Facility (AC-SAF,

½ Stelle E13 TVÖD, 19.5 Wochenstunden, sofort zu besetzen, befristet bis 28.2.2021.
Projektverlängerung um weitere 5 Jahre wird derzeit angestrebt.
Dienstort: Meteorologisches Observatorium Hohenpeißenberg, Deutschland. Heimarbeit grundsätzlich

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(posted: May 2019)

PhD position in Atmosphere and Climate dynamics in the Atmospheric Chemistry group at ETH Zurich

The research project aims at better understanding the role of ozone-climate interactions in the climate system, with focus on Northern Hemisphere (NH) climate variability and change.

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(posted: April 2019)

PhD position in Atmospheric Physics 
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway.
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Apply before April 22, 2019.

Postdoctoral Scientist (W053)

Within the DFG project GWING (Gravity Wave Interactions in the Global Atmosphere) part of the MS-GWaves (Multi-Scale Dynamics of Gravity Waves) Research Unit, we are looking for a Postdoctoral Scientist (W053) with a strong background in atmospheric modelling and analysis, numerical mathematics, or computational science. Within the department “The Atmosphere in the Earth System”, the successful applicant will work with the atmospheric general circulation model ICON. His/her tasks will be the further development and analysis of a gravity wave (GW) permitting version of ICON covering the atmosphere from the surface to the lower thermosphere. The analysis will focus on the role of GWs for sudden stratospheric warmings and for circulation changes under climate change. The task will be performed in close collaboration with partners from the German weather service (DWD) and several other German research institutions. More information on the project is provided at:

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Applications received prior to 15 February 2019 will receive full consideration, but the positions will remain open until filled. The starting date is negotiable, but can be immediately.

For further information, please contact Dr Hauke Schmidt ( (at)

Research scientist position & post-doc position at NOAA Global Monitoring Division (GMD):

Both positions are part of the GMD Global Radiation (G-Rad) Group that is responsible for, among other things, the surface radiation measurements of the SURFRAD, SolRad, and GMD Baseline Observatory networks, many of which contribute data to BSRN.

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Applications will be accepted until the position is filled

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Applications will be accepted until the position is filled

Executive Director
International Space Science Institute (ISSI) in Bern, Switzerland
Announcement ISSI Executive Director
Apply before 30 September 2018.

Research Assistant/Associate – Early Career Scientists – Mid-Career Scientists  Opportunities

The team at PNNL is launching a major recruiting effort, searching for 10-15 researchers at all career stages, immediately. We’re looking for scientists from early career to senior level to build, lead, and contribute to projects spanning the atmospheric, climate, and Earth system sciences. This is an exciting opportunity to join a team of 150+ researchers who work together on the kind of science challenges that are so important to advancement of science, and society at large. A U.S. national lab research environment is a great place to work, with strong interdisciplinary teams, easy access to cutting-edge tools, and strong mentorship from other researchers.

The positions span several different areas; the details are at Some of the opportunity areas include:

  • Cloud observations and remote sensing
  • Climate dynamics and atmospheric feedbacks
  • Terrestrial biogeochemistry
  • Arctic amplification and high-latitude processes
  • Integrated assessment and multi-sector modeling
  • Software engineering to support multi-sector modeling
  • Convection and cloud physics
  • Aerosol observations and modeling
  • Aerosol-cloud interactions
  • Global cloud resolving modeling
  • Hydrology and land surface processes
  • Land-atmosphere interactions

Post-doc or PhD position in Theory of Atmospheric Dynamics and Climate
Institute of Atmospheric and Environmental Science of the Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Find vacancy
Apply before 4 July 2018.

PhD candidate in Atmospheric Physics
Norwegian University of Science and Technology & NORSAR, Norway
Find vacancy.
Apply before 15 May 2018.

PhD candidate in Middle Atmospheric Physics
University Center in Svalbard, Norway
Find vacancy.
Apply before 30 September 2017.

Professorship Theoretical Meteorology
University of Vienna, Austria
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Apply before 15 November 2017.

Professorship General Meteorology
University of Vienna
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Apply before 15 November 2017.

Project Scientist
SPARC International Project Office, German Aerospace Center DLR, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
Find vacancy.
Apply before 15 September 2017.

Postdoctoral fellowship: Atmospheric Water Cycle Dynamics
University of Bergen, Norway
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Application deadline: 24 September 2017.

Postdoctoral research position: Atmosphere and Climate Modelling in the project OzoNorClim
University of Oslo, Norway
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Application deadline: 30 August 2017

Postdoctoral research position: Middle Atmosphere Modeling
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, California, USA
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Application deadline: Until filled (starting candidate evaluations July 17, 2017)

Postdoctoral research position: SH midlatitude jet/SAM variability
School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment, Monash University, Australia
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Application deadline: 30 June 2017

Postdoctoral Research Fellow: Atmospheric Science
ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes, Monash University, Australia
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Application deadline: 13 June 2017

Multiple PhD opportunities in climate extremes
Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes,
different locations, Australia
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Researcher in Atmospheric Dynamics and Infrasound
NORSAR, Oslo, Norway
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Application deadline: 10 June 2017

Postdoctoral Researcher on decision support platform development in the weather and climate context
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
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Application deadline: 31 May 2017

Lecturer Atmospheric Modeling (weather, climate, or Earth-system modelling)
University of Manchester, UK
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Application deadline: 7 June 2017

13 PhD positions open: Methane goes mobile (MEMO2 European Programme)
various institutions throughout Europe
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Senior Scientist: Radiative Transfer for Satellite Data Assimilation
ECMWF, Reading, UK
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Application deadline: 2 March 2017

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Atmospheric Dynamical Processes
UNSW, Kensington, Australia
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Application deadline: 5 March 2017
Contact: Steven Sherwood

Senior Scientist: Radiative Transfer for Satellite Data Assimilation (VN17-02)
ECMWF, Reading, UK
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Application deadline: 2 March 2017

Postdocs in Atmospheric Science (UT/LS research), Geodesy, Geophysics
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla CA, USA
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Application deadline: 30 January 2017

Research Assistant in Atmospheric Science
NARIT National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand, Thailand
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Application deadline: 1 January 2017 or until position is filled.

Postdoc in Atmospheric Science
NARIT National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand, Thailand
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Application deadline: 1 January 2017 or until position is filled.

Research Fellowship EUMETSAT
DWD Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach, Germany
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Application deadline: 2 October 2016

Executive Director CLIVAR International Project Office
CLIVAR International Project Office based at the First Institute of Oceanography of the State Oceanographic Administration of China, Qingdao, China
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Application deadline: until filled

Postdoctoral Scientist/Research Scientist
Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany
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Application deadline: 30 August 2016

Postdoctoral Researcher in Atmospheric Physics, EPhysLab
Universidade de Vigo, Spain
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Application deadline: 1 October 2016

Postdoctoral Fellowship, Climate-Chemistry Modelling
NIWA, New Zealand
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Application deadline: 21 August 2016

PhD Position in Climatology
Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
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Application deadline: late 2016 (estimated)

Postdoctoral Position in Climatology
Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
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Application deadline: 1 October 2016

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Geosciences – Department of Physics
University of Otago, New Zealand
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Application deadline: 3 July 2016

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer – Climate Change Research Centre
UNSW, Kensington, Australia
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Application deadline: 30 May 2016
Contact: Steven Sherwood

Postdoctoral Position – Climate change and Heat Stress
MeteoSwiss, Switzerland
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Application deadline: open until filled

Postdoctoral Position – Meteorology
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
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Application deadline: 15 December 2015

Postdoctoral Fellowships (3 positions): Climate change information for regions
Climate System Analysis Group, Fractal Programme, Cape Town, South Africa
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Senior Staff Scientist
International CLIVAR Global Project Office, Qingdao, China
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Postdoc Researcher in Atmospheric Physics
Universidade de Vigo, Ourense, Spain
Contact: Laura de la Torre, Juan Antonio Añel
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Postdoc Numerical modelling of snow photochemistry
University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
Contact: Roland von Glasow
Application deadline: 7 November 2014
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Future Earth Executive Director
Application deadline: 13 October 2014
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Executive Officer for the CliC International Project Office
Norwegian Polar Institute (NPI), Tromsø, Norway
Contact: Jenny Baesemann, Sebastian Gerland, Nalân Koç
Application deadline: 7 October 2014
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Postdoc Monitoring Atmospheric Composition and Climate (MACC-III)
Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI), De Bilt, Netherlands
Contact: Henk Eskes, Peter van Velthofen
Application deadline: 26 September 2014
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Postdoc Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate Interactions for IAGOS
Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France
Contact: Valerie Thouret
Application deadline: 15 June 2014
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Postdoc Atmospheric Chemistry
University of Gothenburg, Göteborg, Sweden
Contact: Mattias Hallquist
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Postdoc Cloud Radiation Dynamical Interactions
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, CA, USA
Contact: Duane Waliser

Director, NOAA Climate Program Office (applications accepted also from non-US Citizens)
NOAA Climate Program Office, Silver Spring, DC, USA
Application deadline: 28 December 2012

Assistant Professorship: climate sciences
Dartmouth College, Department of Geography, New Hampshire, USA
Contact: Frank Magilligan, Search Committee Chair, Department of Geography
Application deadline: 15 December 2012

Postdoc Maritime Meteorology: Modeling the role of natural climate variability from the Sun for future climate evolution
Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR), Germany
Application deadline: 31 October 2012

PhD Maritime Meteorology/Physics of the Atmosphere: Processes controlling stratospheric dynamic variability, and implications for ozone levels and downward coupling to the troposphere
Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR), Germany
Application deadline: 31 October 2012

Postdoctoral Scholar: Climate Diagnostics and Modeling
University of California, Irvine, Department of Earth System Science, USA
Contact: Professor Jin-Yi Yu

WMO Consultant P.3: GCOS-GOOS-WCRP Ocean Observations Panel for Climate
World Meteorological Organisation, Geneva, Switzerland
Application deadline: 26 October 2012

3-month stipends within the APCC Young Scientist Support Programme 2013
APEC Climate Center, Busan, South Korea
Application deadline: 12 October 2012

WMO Director D.1
Climate Prediction and Adaptation Branch, Climate and Water Department, WMO, Geneva, Switzerland
Application deadline: 8 October 2012

2 PhD, 1 Postdoc position
University of Bremen, Germany
Application deadline: 8 October 2012

PhD position: chemistry-climate modelling
Project-related, Davos, Switzerland
Application deadline: open until filled in October 2012

Student opportunity
IPCC scholarship programme
Application deadline: 30 September 2012

Postdoc position: satellite climatology
MeteoSwiss, Switzerland