|From||Femke de Jong <Femke.de.Jong@nioz.nl>|
|Date||Wed, 12 Dec 2018 13:41:26 +0000|
The department of Ocean Systems at NIOZ is looking to fill three tenure (track) positions.
The full descriptions can be found at https://www.workingatnioz.com/our-jobs/
Junior Scientist (tenure track) or Senior Scientist in Physical Oceanography
We are looking for an explorative observational physical oceanographer with an extensive track record
based on seagoing research, focusing on the deeper parts of the ocean. You will use your experience and
creativity to answer pressing and emerging questions regarding the interaction between the sea floor
topography and impact on e.g. deep-sea sedimentology, geochemistry and biology.
Junior Scientist (tenure track) or Senior Scientist in Marine Chemical Oceanography
Is your research all about studying ocean carbon cycles? In that case, we gladly invite you to join our research
at OCS. We are looking for a highly motivated marine chemical oceanographer with an extensive track record
based on ocean carbon cycling. Research topics could include, but are not limited to, ocean acidification,
organismal carbon uptake mechanisms and interaction with global biogeochemical cycling.
Junior Scientist (Tenure Track) or Senior Scientist in Paleoceanography
We are looking for an enthusiastic Paleoceanographer with experience in time series of past changes in the
marine environment. Research topics could include, but are not limited to, glacial-interglacial variability,
sub-Milankovitch variability, quantitative climate reconstructions, past nutrient cycling, climate sensitivity,
and proxy development.
For additional information on job details: prof. dr. Gert-Jan Reichart (department head, firstname.lastname@example.org).
For additional information about the procedure, please contact Valentijn Tiemensma (senior HR adviser, email@example.com).
Learn more about the Department of Ocean Systems at https://www.nioz.nl/en/about/ocs.
Dr. Marieke Femke de Jong, Tenure-track scientist
Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ)
Department of Ocean Systems
P.O. Box 59, 1790 AB, Den Burg, The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)222 369 411
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