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Organisation: EUMETSAT

The Remote Sensing and Products (RSP) Division is tasked with providing the scientific expertise required to develop, implement, validate, maintain and evolve the operational observational products for all EUMETSAT satellites and agreed third party missions, as well as establishing the user requirements for future EUMETSAT satellite programmes.

1. MAP and CLIM calibration and co-registration for CO2M (Copernicus)

Within the Image Navigation, Registration, and Calibration (INRC) Competence Area of the Remote Sensing and Products Division (RSP), the Remote Sensing Scientist (Copernicus) will be responsible for and contribute to the scientific development, maintenance, validation and quality monitoring of Multi-Angle Polarimeter (MAP) and Cloud-Imager (CLIM) instrument level-1 products of the Copernicus CO2 mission (CO2M), in particular with respect to instrument calibration, navigation, and co-registration . CO2M is the space component of the European integrated observation and inversion modelling system dedicated to the monitoring of anthropogenic CO2 emissions.

2. CLIM and MAP aerosol and cloud products for CO2M (Copernicus)

Within the Clouds and Aerosol (CLA) Competence Area of the Remote Sensing and Products Division, the Remote Sensing Scientist (Copernicus) will be responsible for and contribute to the Multi-Angle Polarimeter (MAP) and Cloud-Imager (CLIM) derived aerosol and cloud products, their scientific development, maintenance, validation and quality monitoring, on-board the Copernicus CO2 mission (CO2M). CO2M is the space component of the European integrated observation and inversion modelling system dedicated to the monitoring of anthropogenic CO2 emissions.

3. Product Processing Software Expert (Copernicus)

Within the Atmospheric Chemistry (ACh) Competence Area of the Remote Sensing and Products Division (RSP), the Remote Sensing Scientist – Product Processing Software Expert (Copernicus) will be responsible for and contribute to product processor prototyping for products derived from the CO2 and NO2 visible to short-wave infrared grating spectrometer, the Multi-Angle Polarimeter (MAP) and the Cloud-Imager (CLIM) on-board the Copernicus CO2 mission (CO2M). CO2M is the space component of the European integrated observation and inversion modelling system dedicated to the monitoring of anthropogenic CO2 emissions.