Coastal Ocean Dynamics research scientist position at LOPS-IFREMER (France)

Coastal Ocean Dynamics research scientist position at LOPS-Ifremer (France)

Ifremer is hiring a tenured Physical Oceanography Scientist to work on Coastal Ocean Dynamics

The applicant will participate in the study of (sub)-mesoscale processes present in the coastal or continental shelf environment (e.g. thermohaline front, river plume, tidal front, upwelling, slope current, instabilities, internal waves, shelf waves, horizontal and vertical turbulences, eddies… ). The challenge is to develop an understanding meso- and sub meso-scale processes, to rationalize their study, and to develop the conceptual framework necessary for the interpretation of observational data or numerical simulations results. He/she will also pay attention to the multidisciplinary valorization of his/her work (e.g. impact on ecosystems or sediment transport).

For more details about the position in english or in french  :

Applications are due before July 4.

Applicants are expected to fill in the online application form, clicking on the blue "Postuler" box on the page :

https://ifremer.jobs.net/fr-FR/job/chercheur-en-oceanographie-physique-cotiere-%C2%AB-dynamique-des-fluides-geophysiques/J3M10M6XR6C2SRZ5XG5

Direct and early contact with the Coastal Ocean Team trough its manager is also recommended:  pierre.garreau@ifremer.fr

At this first stage, the applicant will describe in his or her cover letter (one page maximum) how he or she will fit in his or her future team and what he or she will bring as approaches or innovations. References are welcome.

Selected candidates will be invited to write a scientific project (4 pages).The coherence with the roadmap of the coastal team and of Ifremer will be discussed during an interview.