SEACAMS 2 Scientific Modeller

Bangor University - School of Ocean Sciences (Centre for Applied Marine Sciences – CAMS)

SEACAMS 2 (Sustainable Expansion of the Coastal and Marine Sectors 2) is a collaborative project between Bangor University and Swansea University. This post is part-funded by the EU’s West Wales and the Valleys European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Operational Programme through the Welsh Government. 

SEACAMS2 is concerned with developing the marine renewable energy sector in Wales: this includes tidal stream, tidal range (tidal lagoons), wave. SEACAMS2 is working with every developer in the sector in Wales. We require a numerical modeller to join our modelling team in SEACAMS2 who can contribute to collaborative projects with industry concerned with quantifying the hydrodynamic resource, addressing engineering issues, and/or identifying environmental impacts (physical, geological, and/or biological). We are therefore interested in candidates with expertise in hydrodynamic, sediment, and/or biological modelling.

The successful candidate will have a PhD in a relevant science or engineering area and experience of oceanographic modelling: working with/developing computer code.

This position will be based in the Marine Centre Wales /Centre for Applied Marine Sciences under overall direction of Professor Colin Jago. The appointees will in the first instance report to Dr Jonathan King, SEACAMS 2 Project Manager, and to Dr Michael Roberts, SEACAMS 2 R & D Manager.

The successful candidate will be expected to start 1st February or as soon as possible thereafter, the post is available initially until 30 April 2019, with the possibility of an extension.

Applications will only be accepted via our on-line recruitment website, jobs.bangor.ac.uk. However, in cases of access issues due to disability, paper application forms are available by telephoning 01248 383865.

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