Whether you're a scientist seeking to help solve the riddles of our complex Earth system, a computing guru hungry for greater challenges, an administrative support person yearning to contribute your experience, or you're just starting out on your career path, we think you'll like what you find at NCAR and UCAR.
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NCAR Associate Director/Lab Director, Earth Observing Laboratory (EOL)
NCAR is excited to announce the job opening for the NCAR Associate Director/Lab Director position for the Earth Observing Laboratory (EOL). As one of NCAR’s seven laboratories, EOL provides state-of-the-art atmospheric observing systems, leadership and scientific expertise to enable the university-based research community to advance climate, weather, and related Earth system science. EOL manages the majority of the NSF Lower Atmosphere Observing Facilities and deploys them in support of observational field campaigns for researchers from universities, government agencies, and NCAR and in support of education. EOL fulfills this mission by leveraging cutting-edge technology and tools across four key initiatives: development, deployment, data service, and discovery.
NCAR Associate Director/Lab Director, Computational and Information Systems Laboratory (CISL)
NCAR is excited to announce an opening for the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Associate Director/Lab Director position at the Computational and Information Systems Laboratory (CISL). As one of NCAR’s seven laboratories, CISL provides state-of-the-art high-performance computing (HPC) and storage systems, cyberinfrastructure leadership, expertise in data science, visualization, machine learning, and code optimization. This expertise is brought to bear in enabling researchers from universities, government agencies, and NCAR to advance climate, weather, and related Earth system science. Although headquartered at the NCAR Mesa Lab in Boulder, Colorado, CISL also manages the NCAR Wyoming Supercomputing Center (NWSC) located in Cheyenne, Wyoming, which is a LEED Gold facility with Internet 2 connectivity and dedicated staff for operational hosting of computational and data management infrastructure. CISL also manages the Summer Internships in Parallel Computational Science (SIParCS) program and a Visitor Program. CISL fulfills its mission by leveraging cutting-edge technology and tools across three key initiatives: software development, hardware deployment, and data services.
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