Job opening at Manila Observatory: Regional Climate Modeler

Manila Observatory Seal

Manila Observatory Seal

The MANILA OBSERVATORY, a Jesuit institution engaged in scientific

research, invites applicants for the following position:

(Project Research Assistant)

Job Description:

The Regional Climate Modeler will do the following tasks:

  • Set up, execute, and debug regional climate models
  • Downscale results from global climate models into higher resolutions and perform statistical validation and uncertainty analyses
  • Perform climate simulations using regional climate models to investigate potential changes in climate and weather extremes in the future.
  • Process and analyze regional climate modeling results, and climate and weather data for climate, extremes, variability and change risk assessment analysis.
  • 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
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Good interpersonal skills and a team worker
  • Keen interest in environment, weather, and climate

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

For more information about the company, you can visit our website:

Manila Observatory Main Building. Photo by Ramon F. Velazquez (source: Wikipedia)

Manila Observatory Main Building. Photo by Ramon F. Velazquez (source: Wikipedia)


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