CEDAR email: Join NOAA’s Solar & Terrestrial Physics group as a Magnetic Modeling Scientist and Steward

Rob Redmon - NOAA Federal rob.redmon at noaa.gov
Mon Nov 23 10:58:51 MST 2020

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) welcomes your
application for a new magnetic modeling scientist and steward federal hire
in the Geomagnetism Group in Boulder, Colorado. This position is located in
NOAA, National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service
(NESDIS), National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI),
Oceanographic and Geophysical Science and Services Division (OGSSD). The
successful applicant will work directly with the magnetic modeling team to
support the needs of NOAA and NOAA’s partners including the DOD/NGA (
https://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomag/). Your efforts will help ensure NOAA
continues to create and steward high value geomagnetic products and
services that are used in critical magnetic navigation applications for
natural resource exploration and to protect life and property. These
products are widely leveraged by the international operator and research
communities, inspiring Research to Operations and Operations to Research.
This position has significant potential for efficient advancement from a
ZP2 to a ZP3 level position. All interested persons are welcome to apply
using the usajobs.gov URLs below. If you have any questions please contact
Rob.Redmon at NOAA.gov. The position opened 1/23/2020, and closes 12/24/2020.

Job Announcement # (MAP): NSDIS-NCEI-2021-0009
Job Announcement # (DE/CR): NSDIS-NCEI-2021-0007

Rob Redmon, PhD - Space Scientist
Pronouns: he, him, his
LCDP XI Participant (through September 2021)
Lead NCEI Solar & Terrestrial Physics Section
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