Recruiting Data Analyst / Software Developer
The IEA is growing with up to two vacancies to join our technical team to work on a range of cutting-edge projects with external partners. We are looking for applicants with strong data analysis and/or software development skills. Candidates may demonstrate skills in a range of areas, but we require at least one of the post-holders to have experience of weather-related data analysis and/or numerical simulation of weather or climate. Click on the ‘About’ tab to reach our Jobs page.
IEA in new Smart Cities initiative
The IEA is at the forefront of a new industry-led initiative helping cities meet environmental and sustainability challenges, which is being launched on May 25th. Sustainable Smart Cities supports the use of smart technologies and big data in helping cities and includes industry leaders, innovators and city representatives at the cutting edge of smart city thought leadership, policy and commercial developments. Visit www.sustainablesmartcities.org Read more about our work on Smart Cities under the ‘Projects’ web page.
The IEA is recruiting up to two summer intern posts with scope to work on data analysis; software development; developing data visualizations; market research into relevant sectors; IT infrastructure support (e.g. setting up cloud computing services); presentations and contributing to material on websites and social media. Full details on our website Jobs page, click on ‘About’.
Industry debate at UK Space Conference 2017
Colin McKinnon, our CEO, chairs an industry debate at the UK Space Conference on ‘How space-based applications using satellite data and services are opening up new markets’ with case studies from health, local government, blue economy and the transport industry. The conference – the UK space industry’s leading event – is in Manchester, May 30th – June 1st. Visit us on stand F12 to talk about how we can help you get more value from data.
Chile Wildfire Project
The IEA has been supporting the development of a probabilistic wildfire alert system for Chile by creating a highly interactive software application for end users. The software will provide much greater clarity on the likely environmental risk from wildfires. The project is led by Dr Helen Dacre of the University of Reading in collaboration with the IEA and Assimila. The results were demonstrated earlier this month (April 6 & 7) to project partners in Chile during a workshop attended by the Chilean Met Service, the University of Santiago, University of Talca and representatives of the Chilean Forestry Commission. The project is funded by the Newton Fund.
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