[OSGeo-Jobs] Open temporary position (1.11.2018 until the 1.11.2019) for a Scientist in spatial analyses and remote sensing in applied ecology

Stefan Blumentrath Stefan.Blumentrath at nina.no
Mon Aug 27 03:31:07 PDT 2018


Dear all,

One of our GIS/remote sensing specialists will be in maternity leave, and we therefore need a substitute in this position from the 1.11.2018 until the 1.11.2019.

If you are either ecologist, geographer, environmental planner, (or have a similar education) with special interest in GIS / remote sensing or geomatics engineer with interest in nature and environmental issues, this position can be a nice opportunity to make some experience abroad, new contacts and further develop yours and NINA`s skills with OSGeo tools.

Tasks in this position will be to develop NINA┬┤s research and project activities on landscape analyses, spatial modelling and the use of remote sensed data in ecology research and nature conservation as well as contributing to the strategic development of this field within NINA.

We offer:
- Participation in a diverse portfolio of interesting research projects.
- Full time research employment in the period from 1.11.2018 until the 1.11.2019.
- Salary based on qualifications and competence.
- Flexible working hours.
- Good pension and insurance schemes.
- A welcoming and inspiring working environment.
- Good opportunities for professional development.

Dead line for the application is 15. of September 2018. It has to contain a CV and a one-page letter of motivation and must be submitted in English (or Norwegian) to siri.svendsen at nina.no.
NINA would like to increase the percentage of female scientists within the institute and would therefore encourage female candidates to apply.

For more information on the position, please have a look at:
https://www.nina.no/english/News/News-article/ArticleId/4574/Scientist-in-spatial-analyses-and-remote-sensing-in-applied-ecology

Looking forward to receiving applications from the OSGeo community.

Kind regards,
Stefan
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