Careers at AOML
AOML is a global leader in atmospheric, ocean, and coastal research.
Join our Team.
At AOML, we pride ourselves on developing a workforce that celebrates diversity and inclusion, encourages exploration in research, and encourages the career growth and mentorship. View our open positions on this page with links to apply at USA jobs, or learn more about AOML as an organization.
Employment through Partners
AOML regularly works with academic partners, contract, and research institutions to help execute our research portfolio. Please see the employment opportunities with our partners below if you are interested in non-federal positions that collaborate with AOML.
CIMAS Research-Associate-III- R100040176-1
This is a CIMAS Research Associate III position in Data management in support of Physical Oceanography and Hurricane Research activities. The position is concerned with providing technical support to observational programs and will involve close collaboration with scientists at RSMAS and the Physical Oceanography and Hurricane Research divisions at NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML).
Biogeochemical Argo- Senior-Research-Associate-II- R100040062
This is a CIMAS Senior Research Associate II position to work collaboratively with scientists involved in building the Biogeochemical Argo (BGC Argo) array at NOAA/AOML, MBARI, NOAA/PMEL, U. Washington, WHOI, and CIMAS. The efforts will take place at AOML/CIMAS through coordination between the Argo Data Acquisition Center (DAC), the float providers and the ocean biogeochemistry groups. Read the full position description on the University of Miami’s postings site.
Argo – Research Associate I – R100039028
This is a CIMAS Research Associate I position in the US Argo Data Assembly Center in NOAA’s Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory. Read the full position description on the University of Miami’s postings site.
Postdoctoral Associate – CIMAS
The Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies (CIMAS) of the University of Miami invites applications for a Postdoctoral associate position in meteorology. The research focus is on boundary layer thermodynamics and air-sea interactions in tropical cyclones (TCs) using independent large fixed buoy and dropsonde databases.