NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL) is the leading federal agency conducting research in hydrodynamic and hydrologic modeling and forecasting for the Great Lakes basin.
GLERL is seeking an enthusiastic physical scientist with experience in hydrodynamic and hydrologic modeling and analysis to advance the prediction of Great Lakes physical and ecological conditions, including advancement of NOAA’s National Water Model.
The primary responsibilities of the position will be to carry out projects as a full member of a research team or as an independent researcher under general direction and guidance on project objectives, limits, work plans, and conclusions, assessing accuracy and reliability of results and documenting assignments according to accepted principles and methods; or performs non-researched engineering, economic, statistical, or computer services as an independent technical specialist or analyst in a specific area; or performs other scientific services at an equivalent level of difficulty. The position will also afford a variety of aid and technical assignments pertaining to the scientific missions of the organization.
The announcement will be open for 14 days; it is set to open on 5/13/2021 and close on 5/26/2021.