Community Modeling and Analysis System

Job Postings

CMAS offers a place to post jobs related to atmospheric science, atmospheric modeling, meteorological modeling, and climate modeling. If you would like to post a job here, please email the job information to cmas@unc.edu. Make sure that you include an expiration date in your job description. If the position is hiring until filled, we will post it for 2 months, and you can ask to repost if needed.

Available Positions

  • ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure & Environment (524686) at the University of Florida   [APPLY]


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  • Assistant/Associate/ Full Professor, Atmospheric Engineering and Science, Northeastern University   [APPLY]


    The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Northeastern University seeks faculty candidates for tenure-track or tenured appointments at the assistant, associate, or full professor levels across the broad field of Atmospheric Engineering and Science. Appointments will be primarily in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering with potential for joint cross-department appointments in the Departments of Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, and Electrical and Computer Engineering and joint cross-college appointments in the College of Science, Bouve College of Health Sciences, and the College of Social Sciences and Humanities.

    These positions (designated as "Impact Engine Fellows") are the latest in a significant, multi-year expansion in size and scope of environmental research expertise and capabilities, including faculty, facilities, and programs, emphasizing cross-disciplinary themes, and are aligned with the "Impact Engine" iSUPER (Healthier Air and People: Intelligent Solutions to Urban Pollution for Equity and Resilience (https://impactengines.northeastern.edu/ie/isuper/), one of several strategic, university-wide investments in high-impact research. Impact Engines bring together diverse interdisciplinary expertise and experience focused on a global problem and its contexts and perspectives. The tenured/tenure-track faculty line will persist beyond the lifetime of the impact engine, while the impact engine fellow title persists while the impact engine is active (minimum 3 years). All other processes related to faculty recruitment, hiring, tenure and promotion will remain consistent with Northeastern practices.

    There are two general areas of interest for the positions, but researchers in any area of Atmospheric Engineering and Science are encouraged to apply:
    1. Air Quality and Atmospheric Composition Measurements. This interest area involves atmospheric field observations or laboratory measurements of air pollutants and their precursors, atmospheric oxidants, and/or greenhouse gases. Expertise can be at single or multiple scales, covering surface monitoring, field campaigns, laboratory experiments, and satellite observations. Experience in applications for urban systems and policy-making, community involvement, and environmental justice is also welcome.
    2. Atmospheric Fluid Dynamics Modeling. This interest area involves high resolution modeling of atmospheric boundary layer flow dynamics and turbulence, and interactions of air pollutants with urban microenvironments and micrometeorology. Additional expertise in numerical modeling and the application of data science in these areas is also welcome.

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