Position located in the Science and Technology Office, Science Research Office, Earth Science Office, Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). This office specialize in Earth science research using visible, infrared, passive microwave, or synthetic aperture radar measurements to enable a better understanding of climate and weather processes.Learn more about this agency
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Conceive/write Earth science research proposals using visible, infrared, passive microwave or synthetic aperture radar measurements.
Conduct scientific research, (e.g. writing peer reviewed articles, presenting results, and interacting with agency and scientific community).
Integrate research activities into group, team, or office activities that enhance the functionality and performance of the larger activity.
Serve as a Principal or Co-Principal Investigator research scientist for the development of Earth science projects.
Evaluate existing analysis and display technologies including methods, concepts, and procedures for Earth Science remote sensing data.
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This job is open to…This announcement is open to all qualified U.S. citizens.
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