The Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) and the Southern Ocean Observing System (SOOS) are looking for an early career scientist to join the SOOS Southern Ocean Air-Sea Flux Capability Working Group (SOFLUX CWG).
The successful applicant will contribute to telecons and planning discussions, and help to coordinate information sharing within the SOFLUX community. SOFLUX interests include fluxes of heat, fresh water, momentum, and gases. SOFLUX has several active themes: coordinating in situ observations of air-sea fluxes, including promoting process studies and sustained observations; evaluating requirements for air-sea fluxes; building links to modelling, assimilation, and satellite observations to provide a global assessment of air-sea fluxes; supporting communication in the community through a newsletter and a webinar series. The early career representative will participate in telecons and meetings, help to take minutes and compile notes, serve as a liaison to APECS, help to prepare newsletter items, and contribute to other steering committee activities.
The position will be for 2 years and non-salaried, but there will be travel reimbursement for attending one meeting if the working group holds a meeting during your term, and potential for co-authorship of publications. The working group are particularly interested in receiving applications from countries not yet well represented by the SOFLUX working group steering committee (https://soos.aq/activities/cwg/soflux).
To apply, you need to meet the following criteria:
- early career researcher (up to 5 years past PhD)
- have a research background that fits the focus of the group
How to apply?
- your CV
- statement of Interest (max one page), including your research background,
- your motivation in joining the working group,
- and your thoughts on how you can contribute to the group and how this would benefit your career