The postholder will provide technical support to the Space4Climate - Climate Services Development Manager, the Space4Climate Board and wider membership.
The role is hosted by the National Centre for Earth Observation NCEO, and is part of the University of Reading Department of Meteorology, in the UK. Whilst we are working virtually, it is anticipated there will be in-person meetings and events on campus and across the UK as part of this role.
It is an exciting time to join the group which played a leading role in Earth Observation and space sector at last year’s COP26. We are looking for a technical expert confident in Earth Observation analysis, methods and tools, with awareness and understanding of software development, advanced computing techniques, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data analysis and Geographic Information Systems.
The role includes:
Supporting the Space4Climate Task Groups in identifying and extracting opportunities to the seamless supply chain of climate data from space.
Provide technical support including member input coordination and extraction of barriers in learning for a seamless supply chain regarding the task groups
Producing briefings for the Space4ClimateBoard and members
Authoring technical internal and public documents on behalf of the group including consultation responses where appropriate.
Project management and delivery of the group’s climate services directory.
Deputising where requested for the Climate Services Development Manager
The role is full time, fixed term to 30th September 2023 with the potential for this to be extended if further funding is obtained. For further information see the attached Job Description and Person Specification for the role.
Informal contact details
Executive Support Officer
Interview date to be confirmed
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