[GRASS-dev] Open permanent position as Scientist in spatial analyses and remote sensing in applied ecology in NINA, Oslo, Norway

Stefan Blumentrath Stefan.Blumentrath at nina.no
Fri Aug 9 02:10:34 PDT 2019


Dear all,

Just want to inform you that there is an open permanent position as "Scientist in spatial analyses and remote sensing in applied ecology" at the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA), Oslo, Norway:
https://www.nina.no/Aktuelt/Nyhetsartikkel/ArticleId/4794/Scientist-in-spatial-analyses-and-remote-sensing-in-applied-ecology-1

Tasks in this position are amongst others to develop NINA┬┤s research and project activities on landscape analyses, spatial modelling and the use of remote sensing data (satellite, air-born or in-situ) in ecology research and nature conservation.

The application should contain:
* A one-page letter where the candidate explains her/his motivation for applying for this scientist position and a brief description of the scientific relevance of the candidate's research experience.
* A CV including a list of publications with bibliographical references and contact details (telephone and e-mail) for three references.

The application must be submitted in English or Norwegian. It should be submitted by e-mail to siri.svendsen at nina.no

Norwegian skills are no prerequisite for the application, but the work will require communication in Norwegian. Thus, we expect that the candidate acquires sufficient Norwegian language skills and at least achieves level A2 (equivalent to 92 hours evening course) during the probationary period, where fees for Norwegian courses are financed by NINA.

For further information, please contact Research Director in NINA Oslo Kristin Thorsrud Teien (phone: +47 930 06 805; e-mail: Kristin.teien at nina.no).

Dead line for application: 10. of September 2019.

I would be glad to see strong applications from the OSGeo Community...

Kind regards,
Stefan
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