Researcher for NIKU's High North Department in Tromsø
NIKU’s High North department conducts research related to, among other topics, traditional landscape and resource utilisation; indigenous peoples' traditional knowledge and contribution to resource management; climate and environment in a social perspective; effects of climate change and governmental management strategies; and cultural heritage and society in the High North and polar regions.
We are looking for one researcher to join NIKU's High North Department located in The FRAM - High North Research Centre for Climate and the Environment in Tromsø. The position is a temporary two-year assignment with the option for an extension/permanent position.
The position is primarily associated with the department's research activities but may also include some commissioned work on thematically relevant topics. As one of our researchers, you will have the opportunity to study societies and cultural heritage in the High North, hereunder traditional landscape and resource utilisation, traditional and local knowledge, methodology for interviews and mapping of traditional knowledge, indigenous peoples' contribution to resource management and administration, etc.
Head of Department, High North Department
Phone: +47 90856303
We want a working environment characterized by diversity, and that our employees should reflect the rest of the population. We encourage everyone who is qualified to apply for a job with us, regardless of age, functional ability, gender, or minority background.
Hjalmar Johansens gate 14 9007 TROMSØ