CEDAR email: Join NOAA’s Solar & Terrestrial Physics group as a Solar Scientist

Rob Redmon - NOAA Federal rob.redmon at noaa.gov
Mon Sep 9 06:49:57 MDT 2019

Dear GEM Colleagues,

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) welcomes your
application for a new solar scientist federal hire in the Solar &
Terrestrial Physics group in Boulder, Colorado. The successful applicant
will work with new and advanced solar observations such as those from the
GOES-R series Solar Ultraviolet Imager (SUVI), Extreme Ultraviolet and
X-ray Irradiance Sensors (EXIS) and future Space Weather Follow On (SWFO),
and extremely valuable archives of solar irradiance and imagery observed by
satellites and solar radio observations from ground stations. Your efforts
will help ensure NOAA continues to create high value products and services
that are used in critical space weather forecasting applications to protect
life and property, and are widely leveraged by the international research
community inspiring Research to Operations and Operations to Research. This
position has significant potential for efficient advancement from a ZP3 to
a ZP4 level position. All interested persons are welcome to apply using the
usa.gov URLs below. If you have any questions please contact Gretchen
Imahori at Gretchen.Imahori at NOAA.gov.


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