Careers

Join Our Team

At Sciglob, we strive to create a better understanding of atmospheric chemistry so we can help save our planet, our home, giving future generations a chance. We are an eye for a better tomorrow. Want to be a part of the change? Join our team! 

Available Opportunities

Applied Atmospheric Scientist

We are an internationally operating science and engineering company located in Columbia, MD, USA, focused on atmospheric remote sensing in the Ultraviolet/Visible/Near-Infrared from ground, air, and space-based platforms for air quality monitoring and satellite validation. Join our highly motivated team and participate in our endeavor to develop,  test, and calibrate remote sensing instrumentation and integrate it into fully operational systems. Be particularly involved in the Pandonia Global Network (PGN), a joint project by NASA, ESA, and other supporting institutions such as the EPA. Perform your work at our premises and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC). Benefit from our international collaborations with instrument manufacturers, top-level atmospheric science groups, and space agencies, and work in the area around Washington DC.

 

Responsibilities include the following tasks:

  • Optical characterization and calibration of spectrometer systems, in particular Pandora instruments.
  • Participation in PGN data quality assurance and quality control activities.
  • Scientific data analysis and research studies.
  • Preparation of reports, support in publication writing, and presentations at project meetings and conferences.

Essential qualifications:

  • Background in physics, atmospheric sciences, meteorology, mathematics, engineering, or similar, at least at a Bachelor’s level.
  • Familiarity with Python or similar languages (IDL, Matlab, C).
  • Willing to do national and international travel.
  • Must be a US citizen or permanent resident.

Preference for applicants in the following areas: 

  • Experience with optical remote sensing, including instrument characterization in optical laboratories.
  • Hands-on experience with instrumentation.
  • Experience with ray-tracing software.

 

At the start of your appointment, you will participate in a bi-monthly training course in Innsbruck, Austria, with lecturers from our staff and LuftBlick (Austria), plus international specialists from Virginia Tech (USA), ESA Center for Earth Observation (Italy), NASA GSFC (USA), Royal Belgium Institute for Space Aeronomy (Belgium), Spanish Meteorological Service (Spain), University of Innsbruck (Austria).

The application deadline is June 1st, 2022, or until the position is filled.

The position is full-time (40 h/week) with a competitive salary according to experience. We aim for long-term contracts. For the formal application, please submit the application documents (cover letter, CV, publications list (if any), one-page statement of research interests, reference letters) to info@scigob.com with reference to cipher: SciGlob-AAS.

Laboratory and Field Technical Assistant

We are an internationally operating science and engineering company located in Columbia, MD, USA, focused on atmospheric remote sensing in the Ultraviolet/Visible/Near-Infrared from ground, air, and space-based platforms for air quality monitoring and satellite validation. Join our highly motivated team and participate in our endeavor to develop,  test, and calibrate remote sensing instrumentation and integrate it into fully operational systems. Be particularly involved in the Pandonia Global Network (PGN), a joint project by NASA, ESA, and other supporting institutions such as the EPA. Perform your work at our premises and in the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) laboratories. Benefit from our international collaborations with instrument manufacturers, top-level atmospheric science groups, and space agencies, and work in the area around Washington DC.

 

Responsibilities include the following tasks:

  • Laboratory characterization and calibration of spectrometer systems, in particular Pandora instruments, in SciGlob and NASA GSFC laboratories.
  • Operate and maintain laboratory equipment.
  • Operate and maintain remote sensing equipment at SciGlob and NASA GSFC.

Essential qualifications:

  • Technical degree from Vocational or Community College or similar.
  • Hands-on experience with instrumentation.
  • Willing to do national and international travel.
  • Must be a US citizen or permanent resident.

Preference for applicants in the following areas: 

  • Basic programming skills.

 

The application deadline is June 1st, 2022, or until the position is filled.

The position is full-time (40 h/week) with a competitive salary according to experience. We aim for long-term contracts. For the formal application, please submit the application documents (cover letter, CV, one-page statement of research interests, reference letters) to info@scigob.com with reference to cipher: SciGlob-LFT.