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Job Opportunity: Software developer for Digital Ocean, CMCC, Italy

Apply by 31 January 2020

 

The CMCC is seeking a talented, motivated and proactive Software Developer to support the research and the service improvement activity.
The location is CMCC – Ocean Predictions and Applications (OPA) office in Via Augusto Imperatore 16 Lecce (Italy).

 

The position is for a software developer (i.e., technical career at CMCC) with strong programming skills, in order to support both the research in ocean field and the transition to the operational activities of the OPA division.

Job opportunities in Marine Geodynamics at JAMSTEC, Japan

Various application deadlines during week of 13 Jan 2020.

 

The Research Institute for Marine Geodynamics (IMG) at JAMSTEC is currently recuiting for several positions.  Please click on the links below for full details:

 

 

Recruitment of a Scientist or Technical Scientist at Earthquake Forecasting Research Group, Research and Development Center for Earthquake and Tsunami Forecasting (FEAT), Research Institute for Marine Geodynamics (IMG)

 (CKS-005) 

Job Opportunity: Principal Scientist/Principal Technical Scientist, Application Laboratory (APL), Research Institute for Value-Added-Information Generation (VAiG), JAMSTEC, Japan

Apply by 14 Jan 2020

 

Job Opportunities: 12 post-doc postions in Marine & Ocean sciences, Ifremer, France

Apply by 15 Jan 2020. 

 

For the year 2020, Ifremer (France) is offering twelve postdoctoral contracts, each for a period of 18 months, to researchers proposing innovative projects that are consistent with the three main themes below:

Call: International Climate Protection Fellowship

Application deadline: 1 March 2020

 

The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation grants up to 20 fellowships to prospective leaders from non-European transition or developing countries, who are active in any of the following areas: scientific, engineering-based, legal, economic, health-related or social aspects of climate change. The young climate experts will come to Germany for a year to work alongside a host of their own choosing on a research-related project.

 

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