NOA2217 Support Scientist (MetOp-SG Program Support)

Job Locations US-MD-College Park
Posted Date 3 months ago(4/8/2022 6:38 AM)
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I.M. Systems Group, Inc. (IMSG), a Federal Government Contractor, is seeking to hire a Support Scientist to join our team at NOAA/NESDIS/Center for Satellite Applications Research (STAR).  IMSG currently supports NOAA/STAR’s Atmospheric Science and Technology Applications contract in applied research and development working environment along with U.S. government scientists, visiting scientists, and other contractors. The Support Scientist will provide MetOp-SG program management support to meet STAR missions.


  • Provide programming and algorithm development support
  • Work with NOAA government staff, interact with science teams and participate in algorithm and product readiness reviews, documentation, presentations and publications.
  • Coordinate MetOp-SG Project Portfolio management activities
  • Other duties as assigned to meet project progress requirements



  • MS equivalent with experience in computer programming for remote sensing and data application.
  • Experience of IDL and other graphic tools (Matlab, Python, etc.)
  • Familiarity with scientific data formats such as HDF, netCDF, and GRIB
  • Experience with shell scripting
  • Strong communication skills (oral and written)
  • Demonstrated experience in writing scientific and technical documents.
  • Good interpersonal and team-work skills



Candidates must be a U.S. Citizen or Green Card Holder to qualify

(US Citizen must live in US for 3-5 years prior to application)

(please indicate in your cover letter).

To Apply

Please apply online at In your cover letter, please indicate the following information:


1) Timeline of availability

2) Citizenship Status

3) Salary requirements for considerations

NOTE:  Provide three References


IMSG is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Veteran and Disability friendly.

Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision


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