The Weather Network is looking for a scientific programmer to design data processing methodologies which enable the integration of satellite, radar and other observational datasets with meteorological forecast datasets to create value-added "Nowcast" products, among other duties. The position is in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.
From the job description:
The focus of Pelmorex Meteorological Research and Development is weather data innovation to enable market-leading product development. R&D of fundamental meteorological datasets is needed in order to ensure that our content foundation is robust to sustain a world-class product suite. In order to innovate, the R&D team will perform investigation and research of promising methods that can be applied to various datasets (observations, satellite, radar, lightning, Nowcasts, forecasts) in order to support the Pelmorex product vision.
The Scientific Programmer is the subject matter expert in meteorological remote sensing and leads the development of Pelmorex next generation satellite and radar imagery processing applications. This role is required to research new and innovative techniques for removal of non-meteorological artifacts from satellite and radar datasets, and develops/implements leading-edge remote-sensing datasets for weather applications (e.g., radar-based storm identification and tracking).
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