Closes 30 January.
As a climate research software engineer with CSIRO in Hobart, you’ll have the opportunity to contribute to the growing need for the delivery of climate-risk products to the public. The development of Large Ensemble Climate Forecast archives is recognised by the World Climate Research Program (WCRP) as a critical tool in generating the very large samples needed to forecast and characterise extreme climate events. What is so exciting about this role? You’ll provide rapid diagnosis of extreme events, their likelihoods, the regions impacted, and their risks to national infrastructure and livelihood. The information on extreme event footprints and frequency will be coupled with national databases on the impacts of extreme events to provide assessments of climate vulnerability and risk and help in guiding response and adaptation efforts.
• Apply skills to open-source Python-based software ecosystem.
• Supportive, rewarding, inclusive and truly flexible environment.
• Join CSIRO – Australia’s National Science and Innovation Agency.
Opportunity to contribute to the growing need for the delivery of climate-risk products to the public