salve at observatory.ph salve at observatory.ph
Mon May 29 14:39:07 +08 2017


The MANILA OBSERVATORY (MO), is a scientific research institution  
established in 1865 by the Jesuit mission in the Philippines.  At that  
time, it was already engaged in pre-disaster science doing atmospheric  
studies, weather, and earthquake observations until it became the  
official institution for weather forecasting and later, the Philippine  
Weather Bureau.  At the turn of the 21st century, the Observatory  
finds itself addressing new challenges on the global concern for  
environment and sustainable development.  With a continuing focus on  
pre-disaster science that impacts directly on the well being of global  
society, MO undertakes research in the areas of climate change, air  
quality dynamics, and disaster risk reduction and management.

Project Title:  Satellite Validation and Climatological Analysis of  
the Different Factors that Affect the Rainfall Variability of the  


Job Description:

Obtain rainfall data over the Philippines (including download) from  
ground-based and satellite-based sources
Analyze the characteristics of satellite-based rainfall data and  
compare with station-based rainfall in different sites in the  
Philippines, including Metro Manila, Metro Iloilo and Metro Davao
Assist in organizing a science meeting and provide  
documentary/logistical support, as needed
Prepare project reports and research paper for publication
Participate in activities in the Observatory including MO seminars,  
exhibits, and others
Participate in scientific conferences, generate technical and  
scientific presentations, posters and reports

Competencies, Skills and Qualifications:

College graduate in the fields of Natural Science or Engineering, with  
strong physics and math background
Good technical, computational and analytical skills
Experience in computer programming (e.g. FORTRAN OR C), code  
development and modification
Familiar with Linux/Unix operating system
Proficient with MS Office or similar suites
Proficient in oral and written communication skills
Good interpersonal skills and a team worker
Keen interest in atmospheric sciences

Interested candidates are invited to personally submit a letter of  
application with resumé, transcript of records and recent passport  
size photograph at the Human Resource-Research Support Services,  
Manila Observatory, Ateneo de Manila Campus, Loyola Heights, Quezon  
City. Or you may also get in touch with us through e-mail address:  
hr at observatory.ph and at telephone numbers 426-5921 to 23.

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