Project Scientist-B Jobs in Pune - IITM Pune

BE/B.Tech(Civil Engineering, ),MSc(, Physics / Applied Physics)
Last Date to Apply: 06-08-2018
Project Scientist-B - Job Details Date of Posting: 13-07-2018

Advt. No. PER/06/2018

Project Scientist-B  job Position in Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM) Pune purely on short-term contract basis

No. of Posts  :  02

Qualification  :M.Sc. or equivalent in Atmospheric Science/Meteorology/Physics/Geophysics Or B.E./B. Tech in subjects Environmental /Civil or equivalent from a recognized University/Institution with at least 60% marks.

Desirable : Sufficient research experience, preferably around 4 years, in Atmospheric Sciences or allied fields or Ph.D. degree in the field of atmospheric modelling. Working experience in main frame High Performance Computing Systems in porting regional high-resolution atmospheric chemical transport model and related software's/ applications. Experience in running the offline or online air quality forecasting models on mainframe computers like regional chemistry transport models (viz. WRF-Chem or CMAQ) and global models (viz. MOZART, etc),installation and troubleshooting of such models. Experience in programming languages (like FORTRAN),shell scripting and UNIX operating system and post processing of model output. Knowledge of data analysis tools (like GrADS, NCL, CDO etc.) and handling of large volume of data and conversant with data format like NetCDF

Salary : Rs. 49,000/- + HRA Upper

Age Limit : Up to 35 years as on 01.07.2018 


Aspiring candidates may submit their applications with post code along with their CV Online only up to 06.08.2018.



About IITM Pune

The  need to study the fundamental atmospheric problems and understand the mechanism of monsoon, weather systems and climate related processes in the tropical region, particularly over the monsoon region, became acute for India in 1950’s when the country’s post Independence economic development program was launched. Considering this urgent need the World Meteorological Organization (WMO),in its Third Congress, recommended the creation of meteorological research and training institutes in the tropical countries.