Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies

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Current Job Openings (2)

 

Research Associate HWT Technical Advisor PDF

The Cooperativee Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies (CIMMS) at The University of Oklahoma currently is seeking a software development research associate to collaborate with scientists in the National Severe Storms Laboratory’s (NSSL) Warning Research & Development Division on the testing and implementation of scientific applications and applied research that assists forecasters in the warning decision-making process for severe weather events.


Research Associate NWSTC AWIPSII PDF

The Cooperativee Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies (CIMMS) at The University of Oklahoma currently looking for a Reasearch Associate to collaborate with scientists and instructors at National Weather Services(NWS) Training Center (NWSTC) in Kansas City, MO to study meterology and the optimization and use of NWS forecast delivery systems. NOAA's Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System, Version II (AWIPS II) enables NOAA's meterological research, development and operational services to be integrated and leveraged with other federal, regional, state and local agency activities and the private sector.


Research Associate NWSTC OPG PDF

The Cooperativee Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies (CIMMS) at The University of Oklahoma currently looking for a Reasearch Associate (RA) to collaborate with scientists and instructors at National Weather Services(NWS) forecasters at Operations Proving Ground (OPG) in Kansas City, MO. This RA position will assist with projects designed to trasition meterological research and forecasting tools into the operational environment, develop practical application for emerging technologies, incorporate risk communication skills into the warning and forecast process, and optimize NWS forecast delivery systems. Much of the work will be conducted on the Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System, Version II (AWIPS II). Concentrating on AWIPS II enables the OPG to focus development and evaluation efforts on the primary NWS operational system, as well as allowing meterological research, development and operational services to be integrated and leveraged with other federal, regional, state and local partners.


 


The University of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.