Researcher Mineral Resources
NGU is Norway's national geological survey. We map Norway's geology, disseminate and present data to meet the society's needs for geological knowledge. NGU is an agency under the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries. Our mission and activities are designed to promote added value and sustainable economic growth. NGU's headquarters is in Trondheim, and our 200 employees form a highly dynamic and international work environment. Research is an integral part of NGU's services and activities, and a prerequisite for performing geological mapping that complies with modern standards.
Further information about NGU can be found at www.ngu.no/en
NGU and the Mineral Resources section has a vacant position as a researcher within ore and mineral resources geology. The section maps, investigates and documents the Norwegian resource potential.
Our projects are generally research based and developed through commodity themes or regional perspectives, and also include database and compilation work aimed at informing and educating stakeholders. We actively use NGUs well-equipped laboratories for advanced mineral characterization and geochronology in our projects. The section is responsible for several databases and has considerable cooperation with universities, public administration, industry and sister organizations in Europe and overseas.
The position is affiliated with the Section for Mineral Resources and your tasks will be related to our mission. Your tasks will cover the entire workflow at our section, with field work, analyses, reporting and publication both scientifically, administratively, and to the general public
As a scientist at NGU, you will work closely with colleagues on different projects, either as project participant or project lead. You must have strong abilities to collaborate and communicate, both internally at NGU and in dialogue with external stakeholders. Flexibility, initiative, and personal suitability will be emphasized.
NGU takes pride in having a good working environment characterized by diversity and inclusion. We encourage everyone qualified to apply - regardless of age, gender, national or ethnic background, functional ability, or gaps in the CV.
The position is paid in accordance with the Government's Main Collective Bargaining Agreement and in accordance with qualifications. From the salary, 2% is deducted for a pension scheme in the Government Pension Fund. We offer a good and inclusive work environment with exciting professional challenges and good opportunities for professional development.
NGU is Norway's geological survey. We map national geology, and disseminate and present data in order to meet society's needs for basic geological knowledge. NGU is an agency under the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries. Our mission and activity are designed to stimulate added value and sustainable economic growth. NGU's headquarters are situated in Trondheim, and our 200 employees form a highly international workplace environment. Research is an integral part of NGU's services and activity, and a prerequisite for performing geological mapping, that complies to international standards, on Norway's behalf. Further information can be found at www.ngu.no.