CCHDO is seeking a data curator! (Deadline Extended 2/2/2023)

Alison MacdonaldCurrent, Opportunities

The CLIVAR and Carbon Hydrographic Data Office (CCHDO) serves high-quality, standardized global CTD and hydrographic data for use by the scientific community in diverse ocean and climate change research.

Extended Deadline 2/2/2023

We are seeking a new data manager to contribute to the work of ensuring these valuable data are curated, preserved, well-described, documented, findable, accessible, and usable. A BS in a related field (oceanography or other earth science, library science, data science), and demonstrated experience working with scientific data are required. A knowledge of scientific data and metadata standards and practices, and programming skills are preferred. To learn more and apply, visit: