Marine mammal biologist at the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources


The Department of Birds and Mammals of the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources is looking for a scientist to work with advice, monitoring and research on marine mammals. The work includes, among other tasks, planning and conducting fieldwork, consultation with local hunters, data analysis and writing of advisory documents and scientific publications.

The salary terms and conditions are specified by the agreement between the Government of Greenland and the Danish Union of Academics. This is a permanent position providing government housing on regular rental/housing conditions.

The job is based in Nuuk, Greenland. Starting date is 1 May 2019, or as soon as possible thereafter.

If interested, please see the full announcement for this position here


Deadline for arrival of applications is April 15, 2019


The Greenland Institute of Natural Resources is the Government of Greenland's center for biological research. Our primary objective is to provide the scientific basis for a sustainable use of the natural resour­ces in Greenland, as well as safeguarding the environ­ment and biological diversity. The Institute employs of about 60 people in six departments: Department of Fish and Shellfish, Department of Birds and Mam­mals, Greenland Climate Research Centre, Department of Environment and Mineral Resources, Administration and Communication Office

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