[ES_JOBS_NET] FW: Job Openings at Sonoma Technology, Inc.

Nicole Hyslop nmhyslop at ucdavis.edu
Wed Nov 11 12:00:38 MST 2015

From: Tim Dye [mailto:Tim at sonomatech.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 11, 2015 10:12 AM
Subject: Job Openings at Sonoma Technology, Inc.

We are currently recruiting for several positions at Sonoma Technology, Inc. (STI).

I was wondering if you have any students, colleagues, or alumni who might be interested in these positions. Please see the attached job descriptions for details of the skills and experience we are looking for. I would appreciate it if you could post this information in a suitable location.

We are currently working on some very exciting projects; here are some examples:

Air Quality Forecasting and Public Outreach. STI meteorologists issue daily weather and air quality forecasts for over a dozen cities across the U.S. These forecasts are disseminated to air quality agency websites and local and national media. STI meteorologists also develop forecast tools and provide forecast training to agencies worldwide.

Working with the U.S. EPA to Expand AirNow-International. AirNow-International is a suite of state-of-the-art software programs based on the highly successful AirNow program (http://www.airnow.gov/). AirNow-I facilitates air quality management and promotes public awareness of air quality issues. The first implementation of the system was completed for Shanghai, China, in advance of the 2010 World Expo<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joljzDtA7FA>. It has since been expanded to other parts of China and Mexico.

Weather Research for Wind Energy. STI scientists are working with U.C. Davis to improve meteorological forecasts to support real-time wind energy production decisions. As part of this project, STI staff have deployed and are now operating instruments (sodars, ceilometers, radar wind profilers, and microwave radiometers) to continuously measure meteorology in the lower troposphere. Data from these instruments will be used to improve the physical parameterizations in the weather forecast models and improve initial conditions for input into the model.

Air Sensor Monitoring Program for Kids. STI is developing the Kids Making Sense<http://www.kidsmakingsense.org/> program, which enables youth to perform air quality measurements and empowers them to drive positive change in their communities.

I look forward to any questions or comments you may have about our company, projects, and staff.

Best regards,

Tim S. Dye<http://www.sonomatech.com/staff.cfm?uemployeeid=8>
Sr. Vice President, Meteorological and Air Quality Operations and Measurements
Sonoma Technology, Inc.
1455 N. McDowell Blvd., Suite D
Petaluma, CA 94954-6503
p 707.665.9900
m 707.310.5541
tim at sonomatech.com<mailto:tim at sonomatech.com> | dye.tim at epa.gov<mailto:dye.tim at epa.gov>

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