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Testbed Meteorologist – Hydrometeorological Testbed
I.M. Systems Group, Inc. (IMSG), www.imsg.com, a Federal Government Contractor, is seeking to fill a position supporting the Weather Prediction Center (WPC) of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP), within the NOAA Center for Weather and Climate Prediction (NCWCP). The position will be based at the WPC in College Park, MD.
The NCWCP is a highly collaborative environment containing several NOAA organizations, including the Environmental Modeling Center (EMC) and Climate Prediction Center (CPC) as well as being in close proximity to the University of Maryland. The contractor will serve as a Testbed Meteorologist in NOAA Hydrometeorological Testbed at the WPC (NOAA HMT-WPC). In this capacity the incumbent will work with scientists within NOAA and partners outside of NOAA to identify and evaluate promising techniques for improved weather forecasts. The successful candidate will work with WPC meteorologists to enhance the transition of research to operations, and assist in the training of WPC staff in new techniques and tools. The incumbent will also work with other HMT-WPC staff to publish results from studies in peer-reviewed journals.
Areas of particular need and interest to be addressed include the forecasting of heavy precipitation associated with land-falling tropical cyclones, warm-season convection, and atmospheric rivers. Additional areas of focus include the use of ensemble model output and forecaster generation of probabilistic products, as well as exploring future roles of weather forecasters.
I.M. Systems Group, Inc. (IMSG), www.imsg.com (http://www.imsg.com/), a Federal Government Contractor, is seeking to fill a position for a Support Scientist-Convective Scale Data Assimilation to work at NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Prediction’s (NCEP) Environmental Modeling Center (EMC), located in College Park, MD. The successful candidate will support NCEP’s EMC with the development of a rapidly updated, convection-allowing data assimilation and ensemble prediction system at the storm-scale. This is a unique opportunity to have a direct impact on an exciting project to advance U.S. numerical weather prediction.
I M. Systems Group, Inc. (IMSG) is seeking candidates to support the Environmental Modeling Center (EMC) of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP). The support will be on the unification of marine data assimilation activities working towards building a coupled data assimilation system between ocean, sea-ice, waves and eventually the atmosphere. There will also be coordination with and development of Joint Effort for Data assimilation Integration (JEDI) efforts.
I.M. Systems Group, Inc. (IMSG) www.imsg.com, leading a Scientific and Technical Support Team (IMSG Team, consisting of IMSG, Inc. and subcontracting companies) is looking for qualified scientific programmer candidates to support NOAA’s Algorithm Scientific Software Integration and System Transition Team (ASSISTT) in College Park, Maryland.
ASSISTT specializes in transitioning systems from research to operations. We support integration tasks for several NOAA weather satellites by ensuring that a functional algorithm is in place and ready for operations. ASSISTT works with science teams and stakeholders to: conduct a standard set of project reviews; generate a standard set of documentation; develop and refine requirements; track risks and mitigations; clean code for coding/security, common data formats and metadata (CF & ISO), standard languages, tools, and libraries; test software; validate products, perform configuration management; and prepare the Delivered Algorithm Package.