Scientist - Climate, environmental and economic modelling
- SINTEF Ocean
Are you interested in developing solutions on climate and sustainability challenges related to ocean industries and the ocean?
SINTEF employs people with unrivalled know-how in a wide range of technical fields. Together we develop technology for a better society. We generate benefits for society and promote the competitiveness of our clients all across the world. This has made us into one of Norway's most attractive employers for many decades.
The department and research group:
The research group Climate and Sustainability is a newly formed group at the department Climate and Environment in SINTEF Ocean. We perform analyses and develop models and tools, to provide knowledge about and give decision support on governance, economics, environmental (including biodiversity) and climate effects. We work on stakeholder engagement within the context of the ocean and coastal economy and its related ecosystem goods and services.
We use a variety of methods like macro-economics, value chain modelling, LCA, MFA, System Dynamics, and participatory workshops, combined with technology and industrial expertise. We focus on interdisciplinary research and use a system perspective in our work.
Main work tasks:
- Scientific work and project management, in close collaboration with our customers and partners in Norway and abroad.
- Perform analyses and develop tools and models for decision support for societal and industrial challenges in the ocean economy by combining technological, economic, environmental and socio-political aspects.
- Establish new projects and networks for SINTEF.
- Project development (from initiating ideas and proposals to project management)
- Communicate and publish research work and results
The ideal candidates will be able to expand the group's activities on environmental challenges and developments of sustainable solutions associated with the ocean environment and its potential for economic growth.
We are looking for candidates that:
- Have a minimum of master's degree
- Have expertise within some of the following topics; climate policies and economics, sustainability assessment, land use and changes, ecosystems, biodiversity and natural resource management.
- Have experience in the development and use of methods like environmentally extended MRIO models and/or Life Cycle Assessment, Material Flow Accounting, Integrated Assessment Modelling, System Dynamics, as well as programming skills
- Can work on more initiatives and projects simultaneously
- Have engagement, willingness, and desire to develop a strong research community together with colleagues
- Are curious, enterprising and creative
- Have good written and oral communication skills
- Are team players and have the power to implement
- Master English both in writing and orally, and preferably similar skills in Norwegian.
- Unique opportunities for professional and personal growth
- A varied and flexible working day
- Challenging research tasks in a team of internationally renowned experts
- Well-established national and international scientific and industrial networks
- A work environment with skillful, experienced, and creative colleagues, 60 % have a PhD
- A good social climate, a large degree of autonomy
- Competitive salary (subject to qualifications)
- Particularly good pension and insurance schemes, welfare schemes.
SINTEF Ocean er et av seks institutt som utgjør SINTEF. Vi jobber med forskning og innovasjon knyttet til havrommet for nasjonal og internasjonal industri. Vår ambisjon er å videreføre Norges ledende posisjon innenfor marinteknisk og biomarin forskning. Sammen med næringsliv og myndigheter utvikler vi fremtidsrettede løsninger for bærekraftig utnyttelse av havet. Vårt hovedkontor er i Trondheim, og vi har avdelinger i Tromsø, Hirtshals, Oslo, Ålesund og Bergen.
- Brattørkaia 17c, Trondheim, 7010 Trondheim
- Forskning, utdanning og vitenskap
Climate, environmental and economic modelling
Spørsmål om stillingen
Brattørkaia 17c, Trondheim, 7010 Trondheim
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