Updated on June 24, 2021 by Henrik Andersson

Update 21 June 2021: Interviews with selected candidates completed. 
Final considerations ongoing
Status 24 June 2021: Position filled

Staff scientist

This vacancy is for a scientist to join the staff at the EISCAT Headquarters in Kiruna, Sweden.
Full job description here: Vacancy annonucement – Scientist at EISCAT 

Please submit your application at your earliest convenience.

The work includes

The position is with the scientific team that interacts with the users regarding planning, operation of campaigns, and data interpretation. The EISCAT scientists also monitor the overall operations and validate the resulting data-products. For this position, the candidate will also take an important role in the recently started European Union Framework H2020-funded project PITHIA-NRF. This project relates to integrating and opening access to research infrastructures of European interest. Tasks relate to outreach and supporting users coming to the facilities to perform campaigns within the Transnational Access (TNA) part of the project.

The work includes both travel between the EISCAT sites and international travel to interact with EISCAT’s user community. The Staff Scientist will also have the opportunity to perform some personal research.

Education and experience

Applicants should have completed a relevant recent Ph.D. in Geospace or atmospheric science. They must also have some experience in advanced scientific computing, and knowledge of radar technology and analysis is an advantage. An ability to communicate effectively in spoken and written English is essential.


Contact and application

For further details about the position, please contact Ingemar Häggström, at EISCAT.
E-mail: Ingemar.Haggstrom@eiscat.se
Mobile: +46 70 321 20 83

The recruitment process will continue until the position is filled. Please submit your application at your earliest convenience, via e-mail to: jobb21@eiscat.se (subject: Staff Scientist).

Full job description here: Vacancy annonucement – Scientist at EISCAT