Vacancies

Vacancies

Norut has three vacancies for permanent positions.
 

(1) Research Scientist / Senior Research Scientist: SAR Remote Sensing (Tromsø)

 

We are seeking a research scientist to complement Norut's SAR/InSAR signal processing team in Tromsø. The work is R&D centered and project based. Good candidates will be expected to have a strong mathematical background, and should have previous experience with scientific programming.

Minimum qualifications

  • PhD degree in either remote sensing, earth science, physics, statistics, mathematics, electrical engineering or related technical/scientific field. Candidates with no PhD can be considered if they have 5+ years of highly relevant experience, and are willing to pursue a PhD degree given the right project.
  • Experience with scientific programming
  • Proficient in English

Preferred qualifications

The following additional qualifications will be given weight:

  • SAR and/or InSAR signal processing
  • High-precision GNSS processing
  • Geophysical modelling, e.g. earth science, oceanography
  • Software system development tools
  • Programming language experience: IDL, Python, C, JavaScript
  • Cloud and/or HPC software deployment
  • Project administration experience
  • Existing international network within SAR remote sensing

Benefits

We offer a competitive salary in a positive, open and internationally minded working environment with great possibilities for professional development. Norut also has a good pension and insurance system.

About Norut

Norut Northern Research Institute (Norut) is a Norwegian research group that produces knowledge within technology and social science with practical applicability relevant to the High North. Norut has about 120 employees where the earth observation department is the largest with 30 scientists that works on a wide range of projects in the cross-section between ICT and Earth Observation, including works on synthetic aperture radar processing and applications.  

In 2001, Norut was appointed as an Expert Support Laboratory for the Envisat mission by the European Space Agency ESA, and is currently a contracted partner in the Sentinel-1 Mission Performance Centre - Expert Support Laboratory program. During the last decade, the institute has developed an extensive general-purpose prototyping framework for SAR processing. Part of this framework is used within the official Sentinel-1 Level- 2 ocean product processing chain. Norut has long experience in fundamental SAR signal processing algorithm development, including SAR processors, interferometry, precision geocoding, SAR data simulation, as well as many value added product prototypes, including InSAR based deformation time series analysis. The results have made Norut attractive as a partner in EU and ESA projects.

If you want to know more, contact

Senior Scientist Yngvar Larsen, yngvar.larsen@norut.no,    +47 907 91 839 or

Research Director Kjell Arild Høgda,  kjell.arild.hoegda@norut.no, +47 934 18 859.

If tempted, send a short application with CV as soon as possible to Norut, P.O. Box 6434, N-9294 Tromsø, Norway or by email to post@norut.no.

Deadline for application: April 21, 2017.

 

(2) Engineer: Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Tromsø)
 

We are seeking an engineer to complement Norut's Unmanned Aircraft Systems team. The work is R&D centered and project based. Good candidates will be expected to have a strong practical and theoretical background, and should preferably have previous experience with Unmanned Aircraft Systems/drones/model planes.

Minimum qualifications

  • Bachelor degree in electrical engineering/automation/cybernetics.
  • Three years of relevant experience.
  • Candidates with no formal Bachelor degree can be considered if they have 7+ years of highly relevant experience.

Preferred qualifications

The following additional qualifications will be given weight:

  • Experience with Unmanned Aircraft Systems/drones/model planes
  • Experience with microcontrollers
  • Experience with Linux
  • Good skills with mechanical systems
  • Proficient in English

Benefits

We offer a competitive salary in a positive, open and internationally minded working environment with great possibilities for professional development. Norut also has a good pension and insurance system.

About Norut

Norut Northern Research Institute (Norut) is a Norwegian research group that produces knowledge within technology and social science with practical applicability relevant to the High North. Norut has about 120 employees where the earth observation department is the largest with 30 scientists that works on a wide range of projects in the cross-section between ICT and Earth Observation, including works on synthetic aperture radar processing and applications.

Norut has performed research and development on unmanned aircraft technologies since 2005. Together with commercial partners Norut has developed the CryoWing drone family with aircraft ranging from 2 to 60 kg and ranges up to 1200 km. Norut has performed operations and collected environmental data in Antarctica, Greenland, Iceland, Finland, Svalbard, Norway and from ships. Research is done on robust platforms, sensors and remote sensing services for arctic use. Norut has a range of sensor packages, UV/VIS/IR cameras, hyperspectral imagers, ground penetrating radars, laser altimeters, meteorological sensors and aerosol sensors. Norut also has created the CryoCore software platform, used both by CryoWing drones as well as other deployed sensor and environmental monitoring systems. Norut has created various services for timed data and leads the W3C multi-device timing community group for standardization of multi-device timing related solutions for the World Wide Web.

If you want to know more, contact

Senior Scientist Rune Storvold , Rune.Storvold@norut.no, +47 934 16 169 or

Research Director Kjell Arild Høgda,  kjell.arild.hoegda@norut.no, +47 934 18 859.

If tempted, send a short application with CV as soon as possible to Norut, P.O. Box 6434, N-9294 Tromsø, Norway or by email to post@norut.no.

Deadline for application: April 21, 2017.

(3) Spesialist luftrom og sikkerhet (Bodø)