[ES_JOBS_NET] Climate scientist with Innovim at NOAA Climate Prediction Center

Michelle L'Heureux - NOAA Federal michelle.lheureux at noaa.gov
Tue Sep 23 06:46:57 MDT 2014


We're seeking to fill a position with Innovim who would support two of our
activities at NOAA/NWS/NCEP Climate Prediction Center in College Park,
Maryland, USA.

The tasks includes:

1) Assisting in activities related to formulating a hybrid
dynamical-statistical prediction system based on the North-American
Multi-Model Ensemble (NMME) system to be incorporated into the NOAA
Hurricane Season Outlook (HSO). The candidate will work with CPC staff in
generating a hybrid dynamical-statistical prediction system for hurricane
season prediction utilizing the NMME prediction suite and also participate
in making the special high resolution CFS prediction runs and the
accompanying tropical storm analysis done in timely manner for issuing the
HSO in May and August. The candidate will also work with various NCEP
operational prediction suite and perform diagnostic evaluations of the NCEP
GFS and CFS real time prediction for CPC's extended range forecasts.

2) Assist in developing and implementing a Week 3-4 outlook for temperature
and precipitation over the United States. The individual will work with CPC
staff to transition a statistical model into an operational forecast
environment and also explore statistical methods to combine dynamical model
forecasts, such as those from NMME and from the Climate Forecast System
(CFS), with empirical tools. Also, the candidate will explore the
feasibility of providing forecasts on extremes for Week 3-4.

More details, including requirements, can be found here:


Or go to <www.innovim.com/> and search under "Work With Us" and select


Michelle L'Heureux
NOAA Climate Prediction Center
michelle.lheureux at noaa.gov
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