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Postdoc/PhD vacancy - Mapping urban nature values, NINA, Oslo, Norway

Added: 27 October 2017. Closing date: 10 November 2017

The Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA) seeks a post doc or Ph.D. candidate in mapping and valuation of ecosystem services from green infrastructure in Oslo. The candidate has preferably skills in Open Source GIS (OSGeo) and a M.Sc./Ph.D. in geomatics with an interest in urban ecosystem services, or a M.Sc./Ph.D. in nature management, landscape architecture, geography, ecological or environmental economics with specialization in spatial analysis and GIS.

This is a flexible announcement in which the quality and experience of the applicant will determine whether a post doc or Ph.D. position is established.

Main workplace is NINAs offices in Oslo.

We offer salary with Norwegian pay grade ltr 53-56 (Ph.D)  or ltr 66-67 (postdoc)

(see: https://www.regjeringen.no/no/tema/arbeidsliv/Statlig-arbeidsgiverpolitikk/lonn-og-tariff-i-staten/lonnstabeller/id438643/#Atabellen for wages in NOK)

The deadline is 10th November 2017.

All relevant information is found here: http://www.nina.no/english/News/News-article/ArticleId/4354/Postdoc-Phd-Urban-nature-values-1

Contact person: David Barton (David.Barton@nina.no)

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