Information about vacancies at the Institute of Marine Research.

Postdoctoral position on physical-biological coupling

Søknadsfrist: Monday, June 8, 2020
The Institute of Marine Research (IMR) in Norway has a vacancy for a 3 years position, including 25 % duty work, as a postdoctoral researcher on physical-biological coupling in hot spots and seasonality. The position is affiliated to the research group Oceanography and Climate. The workplace will be at IMR in Bergen, Norway. The position is associated with the research project The Nansen Legacy ( The Nansen Legacy is the Norwegian Arctic research community’s ...

2 years Postdoctoral position - Effects of seismic shooting and wind turbines

Søknadsfrist: Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Institute of Marine Research (IMR) opens a 2 year (+2 years dependent on available funding) - post-doctoral research position available to work with projects related to environmental impact of seismic exposure on marine life. The post doctor will be included in a core team of technicians and scientists working with environmental impact of seismic sound and effects of wind turbines to marine life. Norway has three business areas of particular importance: fishery, aquaculture, and oil and gas. ...

Reseracher with expertise in fish biology and aquaculture

Søknadsfrist: Tuesday, June 30, 2020
IMR have a vacant permanent Researcher position, in the group Reproduction and Developmental biology. Workplace; Matre, Norway. ...

Postdoctoral position – statistical analysis and ecosystem modelling

Søknadsfrist: Saturday, August 15, 2020
The Institute of Marine Research (IMR) in Norway has a vacancy for a 3-year postdoctoral position. The postdoctoral position is funded through the EU project Face-IT (The future of Arctic coastal ecosystems – Identifying transitions in fjord systems and adjacent coastal areas), which aims to: enable adaptive co-management of social-ecological fjord systems in the Arctic in the face of rapid cryosphere and biodiversity changes. The project has 14 partners and is led by the University of Bremen. ...