Data Analyst to work as part of the LEMONTREE (Land Ecosystem Models based On New Theory, obseRvations and ExperimEnts) project to develop a next-generation model of the terrestrial biosphere and its interactions with the carbon cycle, water cycle and climate.
LEMONTREE is an international consortium with participants from Reading, Imperial College London, Columbia University, the University of Pittsburgh, UC Berkeley, Utrecht University, Seoul National University, Texas Tech University, Tsinghua University and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich.
The Data Analyst will support LEMONTREE's research activities through undertaking analyses of large data sets, including field, experimental and remote sensing data.
The successful candidate will have:
- A Masters or PhD in environmental science, ecology, or another scientific discipline related to the aims of the project
- High-level of programming skills (r, Fortran, Python)
- Analytical skills, including experience with multivariate analysis, time-series, and geospatial statistics
- Experience with handling large data sets, including quality control
Applications are welcomed from candidates wishing to work on a part time basis (applications for 0.5fte to 1.00fte will be considered).
This position is offered as an initial fixed term contract to 31/12/2021. It is planned that, subject to continued receipt of funding, the contract will be renewed on an annual basis until the end of the 5 year term of the LEMONTREE project
Interviews for this position will be held on 19th or 20th May 2021
Informal contact details
Alternative informal contact details
Project Director and Supervisor
Project Scientific Strategy Lead
Sandy P. Harrison
+44 (0)118 378 5258
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