Radiation Belt Scientist at British Antarctic SurveyJuly 24, 2020, from Cecilia Lemaire
The British Antarctic Survey is looking for a Radiation Belt Scientist to join they dynamic Space Weather and Atmosphere Team. The job holder will improve our understanding and modelling of the Earth’s radiation belts. They will develop new boundary conditions for the BAS Radiation Belt Model (BAS-RBM) using data from geostationary and low Earth orbit. The role is a two years’ fixed-term based in Cambridge.
If you are interested, you can find more information about the role and BAS-RBM here: https://www.bas.ac.uk/jobs/vacancy/radiation-belt-scientist/#jobdescription
The closing date is Sunday 2nd of August.
BAS HR team