Postdoctoral scholar in ocean color and optics
Applications are being accepted for a Research Associate/Post-Doctoral position in the Department of Earth System Science and Policy (ESSP) of the University of North Dakota working with Dr. Xiaodong Zhang. The successful candidate will conduct research to understand the natural variability of angular scattering by oceanic particles and its impact on retrieving biogeochemical stocks from ocean color observations. The work may include, but is not necessarily limited to:
Minimum: Ph. D. degree in the field of marine science, remote sensing, or a closely related quantitative discipline. Strong programming skills.
Preferred: The successful candidate should demonstrate excellence in scholar productivity in conducting and interpreting field- and/or lab-based optical measurements, ocean color remote sensing, or inter-disciplinary science. The successful candidate is expected to make significant improvement in interpreting optical measurements collected in the field or from satellites to advance the knowledge in hydrological optics and to derive biogeochemical stocks in aquatic environment.
January 2018. This is full time, 12-month position. The position is for one year, but can be renewed for up to 3 years depending on performance and funding availability.
Annual salary in range of $45,000 - $50,000 is commensurate with qualifications and experience. The position also qualifies for a full benefit package.
Please apply through https://und.edu/finance-operations/human-resources-payroll/careers/secure/job-openings-external.cfm, by searching job# 13607 or #26798.
Applicants should submit one PDF file including their CV, brief description of research interests your qualification for the position, publication list, and contact information of three references. Interested candidates may address questions regarding the position to Dr. Xiaodong Zhang (email@example.com) but applications must be submitted through the UND's Jobs link above. Review of applications will begin when application material is received.