Storm surge modeling programmer at National Hurricane Center

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Storm surge modeling programmer at National Hurricane Center

#1 Post by lanerolle » Thu Dec 17, 2009 6:25 pm

I would like to call your attention to a contract position currently available at NOAA's National Hurricane Center in Miami, FL ( Interviews are commencing for a scientist/programmer familiar with geophysical modeling that can learn the operational infrastructure within NHC's storm surge unit and help lead new developments in modeling and applications. Please forward this announcement to anyone who may be interested.

The candidate will work with Hurricane Specialists within NHC's operational infrastructure to communicate storm surge threat during tropical cyclone events. The candidate will also serve as a liaison with other NOAA agencies and to the university community on storm surge related research and technique development activities and implementation; make recommendations to the NHC Storm Surge Team Lead on planning, developing, testing and implementation of new storm surge products, procedures, tools, and methodologies; and provide technical support to the NHC Storm Surge Team including programming, development, data management, and GIS.

To learn more and apply, either follow the link below or go to and click the link under "Search Jobs Now" that says "3. Scientist Jobs" . There you can find a link near the top of the list for the "Physical Scientist - Storm Surge" position in Miami, FL. ... JSDUGDC1KW

If you have further questions please contact me.


Jesse C. Feyen, Ph.D.
Coast Survey Development Laboratory
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
1315 East West Highway - N/CS13
Silver Spring, MD 20910-3282
ph. (301) 713-2809 X103
fax (301) 713-4501

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