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Project Position as Researcher – Rockslide mapping /
Application deadline: 2nd March 2017
The Geological Survey of Norway (NGU) is seeking to appoint a highly qualified and motivated geologist in its Geohazard and earth observation team… The work will focus on systematic mapping of unstable rock slopes using remote sensing techniques and field work. In addition is the assessment of monitoring data from unstable slopes and database work of importance. … Additional skills and experience in one or more of the following fields would be beneficial: remote sensing using ground-based or satellite-based techniques (e.g. dGNSS, LIDAR, RADAR), modelling of run-out behaviour of different landslide types, stability modelling, Quaternary geology, MatLab. The candidate should have good knowledge of GIS. The candidate should have a driving license category B.
Applicants should have completed a doctor degree at the time of appointment. The successful candidate should demonstrate the ability to work independently, as well as within a multidisciplinary team. The applicant is expected to exchange ideas and results with colleagues and take an interest in national and international research collaboration… The geohazard and earth observation team at NGU is a dynamic team including 13 scientists from Norway and 7 other countries.