Scientific Programmer/Analyst/Research Associate
The successful candidate will have strong computer skills and a background in physics or engineering, to support multiple projects related to Space Physics. The work will include running large computer models of the space environment, data analysis and visualization, and related tasks in a cooperative team environment. Ph.D or MS (with 2-3 years experience) in space physics, engineering, physics or related discipline is required. Excellent software skills in C++, Fortran and IDL for scientific applications on UNIX/Linux systems required. Proficiency in scientific data analysis and visualization is required. Experience in scientific algorithm development, modeling and simulation is preferred. Experience with parallel computing and/or scripting will be a plus.
Primary Location Boulder, Colorado