The position will serve as a meteorologist/software engineer at NOAA/OAR/ESRL/GSL and will have direct interaction with scientists and developers within NOAA as well as partners outside of NOAA. This includes; NCEP centers, NWS weather forecast offices, NOAA research facilities, academia, and the NWS Office of Central Processing. Expertise in weather analysis and forecasting will be applied to the development of software applications.
The individual in this position will work in collaboration with other scientists and software developers as well as the broader community, designing, developing, testing and refining applications for operational weather entities. Development will initially occur within the Hazard Services framework in AWIPS II, but may also include other web-based platforms. The near focus will be on applications and extensions to services that support forecasting and warning services, as well as IDSS, for diverse phenomena such as tropical storms and associated storm surge, thunderstorms, winter storms, flooding, as well as new ground-breaking paradigms involving the incorporation of continuous and probabilistic information. This position will report to the Sr Software Engineer.
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