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    Job Opportunity: Radar Support Engineer

    The National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS) is seeking an engineer to support our world-leading moveable atmospheric radar facilities.

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    How researchers are observing rainfall in flood-risk regions

    Over the last five years, a team of researchers from the National Centre for Atmospheric Science have been working to improve rainfall observations in f...

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    Job Opportunity: Software Developer

    Are you highly motivated with a background in computer science, physical science or engineering?

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    Job Opportunity: Data Specialist

    As an NCAS Data Specialist, you will be responsible for managing the flow of AMOF data to the national data archive managed by CEDA

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    Job Opportunity: IT Technical Project Specialist

    As an NCAS IT Technical Project Specialist you will primarily play a key role in a major change of IT systems within our world-leading AMOF.

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    Atmospheric Science Community Meeting

    The Atmospheric Measurement and Observation Facility is aiming to submit a community call for funding, in order to secure the future of the facility.

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    Job opportunity: Instrument Scientist

    Apply to become an Instrument Scientist in the field of Cloud Microphysics, funded by the National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS).

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    New facility for atmospheric measurements launches

    A new research facility will offer scientists access to mobile instrumentation, laboratories and observatories across the world.