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Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Position in digitalization and social policy

Location

  • Oslo

Apply by

  • 2 January 2022

Position

  • Temporary position / Full time

OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University is Norway’s third largest university, with more than 20,000 students and 2,000 employees. OsloMet delivers knowledge to solve societal challenges, in close cooperation with the society and employers. OsloMet is an urban and diverse university with a clear international profile, and an attractive place to work and study with campuses in Oslo city centre and at Kjeller in the Municipality of Lillestrøm. Our location in the metropolitan area gives us good opportunities to understand and benefit from the city’s diverse population.

Faculty of Social Sciences offers study programmes within archivistics, library and information science, journalism and media studies, social work, social policy and child welfare, public management and business. The faculty has about 4200 students and nearly 280 members of staff.

The department has approximately 1250 students and 90 employees, and offers study programmes on bachelor’s, master’s and PhD level.

At the newly established Research Centre for Digitalisation of Public Services and Citizenship (CEDIC)Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy, it is a vacancy for a fully funded two and half year postdoctoral research fellowship position.

CEDIC is an Excellent Academic Environment at OsloMet. The centre’s main goal is to develop multi-disciplinary knowledge about the relationship between digitalisation and the provision of welfare services, the consequences of these tensions for welfare governance, democracy and social citizenship in mature welfare states. CEDIC examines how processes of digitalisation influence the provision of welfare state services, and the ability of citizens at risk of social exclusion to access, use and benefit from these services. A core issue is how digitalisation modifies the capabilities of different population groups to exercise social citizenship; to participate as full and effective members of society.

The research focus

The postdoctoral fellow is supposed to contribute to the theoretical and empirical analyses of digitalization and social policy, including the effects on welfare provisions, the risks of exclusion from full social citizenship. We are interested in social and economic effects of policies and work organization in the EU and in the separate countries. How do public and private service providers work to prevent exclusion? How do digital capabilities affect individual citizenship of households and persons?

The postdoctoral fellow will work in close collaboration with Professor Karl Ove Moene, Professor Rune Halvorsen, Professor Marit Haldar and Professor Jacqueline O’Reilly. Applicants with training in policy analyses and quantitative methods are particularly suitable.

The applicants are invited to submit a draft research proposal (5 pages) for the postdoc fellowship period, including a state-of-the-art review, research question(s), data sources and methods, and relevant theoretical perspectives.

Tasks and responsibilities:

The aim of a postdoctoral fellow is for the candidate to work towards further academic qualification. Therefore, the main duty of the postdoctoral fellow is to produce and publish research in academic publications.

Required qualifications:

  • a Ph.D. degree in a relevant discipline in sociology, political science, social policy, or economics

In the assessment and ranking of qualified applicants, emphasis will be placed on:

  • research skills and experience as demonstrated in a strong Ph.D. and other publications where relevant
  • the quality of the postdoctoral research proposal, including originality and potential
  • the feasibility of the proposed project within the fellowship period
  • the relevance of the research proposal to the overall research focus of CEDIC
  • attached scientific publications
  • other relevant publications
  • ability to communicate well in English, both verbally and in written form

Desired qualifications:

  • motivation and potential in the field of research
  • personal qualities that, among other things, show perseverance and the ability to complete tasks
  • the ability to work independently and in collaboration with others, as well as the ability to be innovative and creative
  • the ability to work systematically and under pressure

General criteria for appointments to academic posts are found in the Regulations for appointment and promotion to academic posts.

Oslo Metropolitan University strives to ensure that our employees reflect the diversity of the population of the region. We work continuously to further develop Oslo Metropolitan University as an inclusive workplace, and to adapt the workplace if required. We welcome applications from all qualified candidates, also those who have experienced periods without work, education or training.

Application process:

The following documents must be uploaded before the deadline:

  • application
  • letterCV in ERC format
  • research proposal
  • all pages of certificates and diplomas
  • complete list of publications
  • maximum three publications that are representative of the applicant’s research focus

Please upload all the documents to ensure that your application will be processed. Incomplete applications will not be considered. All translations must be authorised. Original documents must be presented if you are invited for an interview. Oslo Metropolitan University checks all documentation to ensure that all candidates are given proper evaluation and to ensure fair competition. If you have documents that cannot be uploaded electronically, please contact Tore Vogt at torevo@oslomet.no

Applicants will be assessed by an expert committee.

If we get more than 20 qualified applicants for the position, a committee will be established to screen for the best qualified applicants before an expert committee assesses the applicants.

We offer: 

  • a unique opportunity in a young and dynamic research centre
  • opportunities for professional development
  • time for profession-oriented research and development
  • pension benefits under the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund scheme
  • good welfare benefits

Practical information about relocation to Oslo and living in Norway.

Remuneration 

The position is remunerated in accordance with the Basic Collective Agreement for the Civil Service and OsloMets salary policy 1352 Postdoc. The salary is NOK 543 500-702 100 per year, depending on level of competence / length of service.

Further information:

For further information about the position, please contact:

  • Director of CEDIC, Professor Marit Haldar, phone: +47 977 40 392
  • Co-director of CEDIC, Professor Rune Halvorsen, phone: +47 67 23 80 78
  • Head of department Anne Britt Djuve, phone: +47 959 67 244

If you wish to apply for the position, please do so via our application portal.

OsloMet is a Charter & Code certified institution by the EU Commisson holding the right to use the logo HR Excellence in Research (HRS4R). OsloMet is a member of the EURAXESS network supporting a positive work environment for researchers in motion. OsloMet has signed The Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA). DORA recognizes the need to improve the ways in which the outputs of scholarly research are evaluated.  


Type of employment: Temporary position
Contract type: Full time
First day of employment: spring 2022
Salary: NOK 543 500-702 100
Number of positions: 1
Working hours: 37,5 hours in week
City: Oslo County: Oslo
Country: Norway
Reference number: 21/10477
Contact: Marit Haldar, +47 977 40 392
Rune Halvorsen, +47 67 23 80 78
Anne Britt Djuve, +47 959 67 244
Last application date: 02/01/2022 23:59

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PhD Fellowship position at the Department of Journalism and Media Studies

Location

  • Oslo

Apply by 19 December 2021

Position

  • FELLOW / Full time

OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University is Norway’s third largest university, with more than 20,000 students and 2,000 employees. OsloMet delivers knowledge to solve societal challenges, in close cooperation with the society and employers. OsloMet is an urban and diverse university with a clear international profile, and an attractive place to work and study with campuses in Oslo city centre and at Kjeller in the Municipality of Lillestrøm. Our location in the metropolitan area gives us good opportunities to understand and benefit from the city’s diverse population.

Faculty of Social Sciences offers study programmes within archivistics, library and information science, journalism and media studies, social work, social policy and child welfare, public management and business. The faculty has about 4200 students and nearly 280 members of staff.

The Department of Journalism and Media Studies has approximately 450 students and 30 employees. Study programmes and research are closely connected and exhibit our international profile.

About the position  

The Department of Media and Journalism Studies at OsloMet University offers a fully funded position as a PhD-candidate. The position is connected to the project DD-MAC (Decoding Digital Media in African regions of Conflict), which is funded by the Norwegian Research Council. The project is a cooperation between OsloMet, Leiden University, Utrecht University, Researchers at Addis Ababa University, and in Bamako, Mali as well as SIMULA, Norway.  

The candidate will receive supervision from one or two professors in the project and will be based at OsloMet, while research stays at partner institution (s) may be possible.  

 Read more about the project and department here.

About the project  

Conflicts and insurgencies threaten to reverse development progress made in recent decades, not least in regions of Sub-Saharan Africa. Digital communication is assumed to have a severe impact both on how conflicts develop and how they are mediated.  

Addressing this challenge, the aim of the DD-MAC project is to:  

  • gather empirical evidence 
  • defining and demonstrating the use, spread, content and agenda-setting role of social media in regions of conflicts in sub-Saharan Africa. 

Ethiopia and Mali have been selected as focal points of research as they represent two important regions of exacerbating conflicts, namely the Horn of Africa and the Sahel. Experiences from Ethiopia and Mali could help illuminate our perceptions of digital media’s role in ongoing conflicts. Concomitantly two very different countries, they are both historically tied to weak social contracts, have large diasporas, complex realities of inequalities and conflicts between polarized groups on ethnic lines.  

Through an interdisciplinary approach, project partners will carry out focus groups interviews in Ethiopia and Mali, be ‘scraping’ large amounts of social media data, undertaking network analysis, media content tracking, and discourse analysis.  

The project aims to gain important new knowledge of:  

  • citizens’ social media use 
  • how disinformation and hate speech spread through digital networks and fan conflicts
  • the role of diasporas in conflicts 
  • and the relationship between digital media and traditional media (radio) in regions with relatively low internet connectivity. 

  The PhD project will be an empirical project that relates to the overall theme for the DD-MAC project. The PhD research fellow will be part of a team of senior researchers to achieve the aims of the projects. 

Applicants must prepare a project outline that is relevant to (some of) DD-MAC’s overall objectives. The person who is employed in the position will be part of the DD-MAC research team and the research group MEKK at the Department of Journalism and Media Studies at OsloMet. If relevant, research stays in Ethiopia, Mali and/or the Netherlands may be included. The PhD period is three years without teaching obligations.  

Qualifications and conditions  

The applicant must have:  

  • education at master’s degreelevel (120 ECTS credits) or an equivalent education in social sciences, the humanities, and/or fields relevant to journalism and media studies or information science. In special cases, master’s degrees of 90 ECTS can also be assessed.
  • good communication skills and proficiency in both written and spoken English.  
  • the ability to both workindependently and targeted, as well as having good collaboration skills.  
  • strong interest in research. 

  We are looking for a candidate who is ambitious, dedicated, and highly motivated.  

  It is an advantage if the applicant has:

  • relevant research/work experience 
  • knowledge of Sahel and/or the Horn of Africa 
  • knowledge of French or other local languages of Ethiopia or Mali
  • experience with international research cooperation  

Conditions : 

  • admission to the PhD program in Social Science at OsloMet is a prerequisite for joining the position as PhD fellow. 
  • a project plan for the fellowship period must be completed and accepted within 3 months after enrolment. 

When assessing applicants, emphasis will be placed on the quality of the submitted PhD project proposal and the project’s relevance to the DD-MAC project. The PhD project proposal must indicate that the project will realistically lead to a doctoral degree within the three-year period.  

   The proposal should consist of a maximum of 10 pages and must include the following elements:  

  • research questions, theory and methods
  • relevant knowledge within the research area 
  • schedule for the research plan 

It is important to OsloMet to reflect the population of our region, and all qualified candidates are welcome to apply. We make active endeavors to further develop OsloMet as an inclusive workplace and to adapt the workplace if required. You are also welcome to apply for a position with us if you have experienced periods where you have not been in work, education or training.  

Expert evaluation  

An expert committee will assess the applicants. You must upload the following documents together with your application by the final date for applications:  

  • cv, references, and all pages of certificates/ diplomas. The certificates/diplomas must include ECTS grades (A-F). Foreign diplomas must be translated into English by the degree-conferring institution. 
  • master`s thesis
  • a project description proposal written in English, of max 10 pages including references 
  • other scholarly work that you wish the expert committee to take into consideration 
  • a list of your publications (if relevant) 

You must upload all these documents. Original documents and valid passport must be presented if you are invited for an interview. OsloMet performs document inspection in order to give the candidates a proper evaluation and ensure fair competition.  

Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered. If you have documents that cannot be uploaded electronically, please contact Hanne Landen, e-mail hanne.landen@oslomet.no

 If there are more than 20 qualified applicants for the position, a committee will be established to screen for the best qualifies applicants before an expert committee assesses the applicants.  

We can offer  

  • a unique and purposeful research experience at the international research front 
  • an exciting job opportunity as part of a truly international project based at Norway’s third largest and most urban university 
  • good employee welfare facilities   
  • opportunities for professional development in Norwegian and international research institutions with expert supervision 
  • pension conditions in the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund 

The position is paid in accordance with the Government´s salary regulations, position code 1017. State salary wage scale 54, 491 200 NOK per year.   

For further information about the position, contact project leader Professor Kristin Skare Orgeret (Kristin.orgeret@oslomet.no), acting head of department Anne Hege Simonsen (annehege@oslomet.no) or PhD coordinator at the department Professor Steen Steensen (steen.steensen@oslomet.no).  

Application deadline: 19.12.2021. 

OsloMet is a Charter & Code certified institution by the EU Commisson holding the right to use the logo HR Excellence in Research (HRS4R). OsloMet is a member of the EURAXESS network supporting a positive work environment for researchers in motion. OsloMet has signed The Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA). DORA recognizes the need to improve the ways in which the outputs of scholarly research are evaluated.  

Type of employment: FELLOW
Contract type: Full time
First day of employment: 01.04.2022
Salary: 491 200
Number of positions: 1
Working hours: 100 %
City: Oslo County: Oslo
Country: Norway
Reference number: 21/11064
Contact: Anne Hege Simonsen, 67238322
Kristin Skare Orgeret, 67238317
Steen Steensen, 67238318
Last application date: 19/12/2021 23:59

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PhD fellowship position in health and technology, connected to ADEPT

Location

  • Oslo

Apply by

  • 12 December 2021

Position

  • FELLOW / Full time

OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University is Norway’s third largest university, with more than 20,000 students and 2,000 employees. OsloMet delivers knowledge to solve societal challenges, in close cooperation with the society and employers. OsloMet is an urban and diverse university with a clear international profile, and an attractive place to work and study with campuses in Oslo city centre and at Kjeller in the Municipality of Lillestrøm. Our location in the metropolitan area gives us good opportunities to understand and benefit from the city’s diverse population.

The Faculty of Technology, Art and Design (TKD) offers higher education and research and development (R&D) activities within technical subjects, arts and design. The Faculty has approximately 3.000 students and 280 staff members and is situated at Pilestredet Campus in downtown Oslo and at Kjeller Campus in Viken.

The department offers bachelor’s degree programmes in engineering, in addition to research and development activities. The department has approximately 40 staff members and 460 students. Research within biotechnology and medical technology are priority areas at the department.

The Faculty of Technology, Art and Design (TKD), Department of Mechanical, Electronics and Chemical Enginering (MEK) has a vacancy as a research fellow.

Research field and work area: ADvanced hEalth intelligence and brain-insPired Technologies (ADEPT) is an interdisciplinary initiative across faculties and professions at OsloMet. In this project, the group seeks to connect different data sources (symptoms, function, biology, and brain activity data) to develop new technology for health services. The position advertised here will focus on brain mechanisms that are believed to be effective in preventing and treating depression in adults.

Using collected data from a previous RCT study on cognitive training in depression, the group has prepared analyses that will be used as a background for developing an “intelligent” solution for cognitive training called Attention Bias Modification (ABM). The study aims to optimize and individualize ABM for maximum positive change of biased attention in depression. The mechanism is the same as is believed to be effective during conventional antidepressant treatment, and ABM may therefore represent a drug-free supplement with high clinical potential. The candidate will be invited to the final design of the project to ensure commitment and competence.

Here you will collaborate with several of the national leading research communities within brain imaging and cognitive training. The projects are carried out in collaboration with the Department of Psychology, UiO and is supervised by Associate Professor Rune Jonassen and Professor Peyman Mirtaheri at OsloMet.

Qualifications and conditions

  • master’s degree (120 STP / ECTS) or equivalent in cognitive neuroscience, medical technology (biomedical engineering) or related research disciplines.
  • proficiency in both written and spoken English
  • final project plan for the fellowship period is required completed and acknowledged within 3 months after accession

Admission to the doctoral program in engineering science at the faculty of Technology, Art and Design at OsloMet  is a prerequisite for joining the position. To be admitted to the PhD program, the applicant must have a B or better at the master’s degree and C or better at the bachelor’s degree.

See more information about the PhD program in Engineering Science.

Applicants with a PhD in the same or similar field cannot apply.

Read more about our research groups HERE 

The standard PhD period is three years.

We are looking for applicants who have 

  • ability to perform big data and hybrid data analysis
  • a solid command of Python and -R, and confidence in statistical modeling of time series data.
  • experience in data integration in computerized cognitive measures.
  • experience with fNIRS, EEG, fMRI, or a combination of neuroimaging systems, experimental setup, data collection, and analysis.
  • ability to work independently and goal-oriented

Relevant research and development work will be emphasized, and it is an advantage if the candidate has experience publishing academic articles and participating in international seminars or conferences

It is important to OsloMet to reflect the population of our region, and all qualified candidates are welcome to apply. We make active endeavours to further develop OsloMet as an inclusive workplace and to adapt the workplace if required. You are also welcome to apply for a position with us if you have experienced periods where you have not been in work, education or training.

We can offer you

  • an exciting job opportunity at Norway’s third largest and most urban university
  • opportunities for professional development
  • participation in an active research group with regular meetings / seminars and a good external network
  • beneficial pension arrangements with the Norwegian State Pension Fund
  • good employee welfare arrangements
  • free Norwegian classes to employees
  • working location in downtown Oslo with multiple cultural offers
  • practical information about relocation to Oslo and living in Norway

Other information 

For further information about the position and the project, contact:

  • Associate Professor Rune Jonassen: runej@oslomet.no, +47 95857981.

The salary for the position is in accordance with the pay scale for Norwegian state employees, job title and position code. State salary wage scale 54, 491 200 NOK per year.

Application 

We use an electronic recruitment system. If you want to apply for the position, register your application and CV by using the “log in and apply for the position” button.

In the application you must upload the following documents:

  • application letter, CV and copies of diplomas / certificates with transcripts of records. Please note that a description of the country’s / university’s grading system must be included in the transcripts. Education taken abroad should preferably be recognized in advance by NOKUT, and a certified copy of the approval letter should be attached.
  • a motivation letter stating why you are applying for the project and what makes you particularly suitable to be able to complete this doctoral thesis (500-1000 words)
  • master’s thesis / master’s thesis
  • list of any own publications
  • name and contact details of at least two references
  • applicants from countries where English is not the first language must present an official language test report.

The following tests qualify as such documentation: TOEFL, IELTS or Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) or Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE). Minimum score is:

  • TOEFL: 600 (paper-based test), 92 (Internet-based test)
  • IELTS: 6.5, not lower than 5.5 (only academic IELTS test accepted)

The following applicants are exempt from the English test requirement:

  • applicants from EU / EEA countries.
  • applicants who have completed one year at a university in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom or the United States.
  • applicants with an International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma.

We only process applications sent via our electronic recruitment system and all documents must be uploaded for your application to be processed. The documents must be in English or a Scandinavian language. Translations must be authorized. You must present originals at a possible interview. OsloMet conducts control of documents, so that you as a candidate will receive a real evaluation and fair competition.

You must upload all of these documents. Original documents and valid passport must be presented if you are invited for an interview. OsloMet performs document inspections in order to give you as a candidate a proper evaluation and ensure fair competition.

If you have documents that cannot be uploaded electronically, please contact Email hrtkd@oslomet.no

Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered. The application must state your reasons for applying to the project and what makes you particularly qualified to carry out this PhD work.

OsloMet is a Charter & Code certified institution by the EU Commisson holding the right to use the logo HR Excellence in Research (HRS4R). OsloMet is a member of the EURAXESS network supporting a positive work environment for researchers in motion. OsloMet has signed The Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA). DORA recognizes the need to improve the ways in which the outputs of scholarly research are evaluated.  

Type of employment: FELLOW
Contract type: Full time
First day of employment: Etter avtale.
Salary: I henhold til Statens regulativ
Number of positions: 1
Working hours: 100%
City: Oslo County: Oslo Country: Norway
Reference number: 21/11323
Contact: Rune Jonassen, +47 95 85 79 81
Last application date: 12/12/2021 23:59

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Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Position in digitalization and social policy

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Location

  • Oslo

Apply by 2 January 2022

Position

  • Temporary position / Full time

OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University is Norway’s third largest university, with more than 20,000 students and 2,000 employees. OsloMet delivers knowledge to solve societal challenges, in close cooperation with the society and employers. OsloMet is an urban and diverse university with a clear international profile, and an attractive place to work and study with campuses in Oslo city centre and at Kjeller in the Municipality of Lillestrøm. Our location in the metropolitan area gives us good opportunities to understand and benefit from the city’s diverse population.

Faculty of Social Sciences offers study programmes within archivistics, library and information science, journalism and media studies, social work, social policy and child welfare, public management and business. The faculty has about 4200 students and nearly 280 members of staff.

The department has approximately 1250 students and 90 employees, and offers study programmes on bachelor’s, master’s and PhD level.

At the newly established Research Centre for Digitalisation of Public Services and Citizenship (CEDIC)Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy, it is a vacancy for a fully funded two and half year postdoctoral research fellowship position.

CEDIC is an Excellent Academic Environment at OsloMet. The centre’s main goal is to develop multi-disciplinary knowledge about the relationship between digitalisation and the provision of welfare services, the consequences of these tensions for welfare governance, democracy and social citizenship in mature welfare states. CEDIC examines how processes of digitalisation influence the provision of welfare state services, and the ability of citizens at risk of social exclusion to access, use and benefit from these services. A core issue is how digitalisation modifies the capabilities of different population groups to exercise social citizenship; to participate as full and effective members of society.

The research focus

The postdoctoral fellow is supposed to contribute to the theoretical and empirical analyses of digitalization and social policy, including the effects on welfare provisions, the risks of exclusion from full social citizenship. We are interested in social and economic effects of policies and work organization in the EU and in the separate countries. How do public and private service providers work to prevent exclusion? How do digital capabilities affect individual citizenship of households and persons?

The postdoctoral fellow will work in close collaboration with Professor Karl Ove Moene, Professor Rune Halvorsen, Professor Marit Haldar and Professor Jacqueline O’Reilly. Applicants with training in policy analyses and quantitative methods are particularly suitable.

The applicants are invited to submit a draft research proposal (5 pages) for the postdoc fellowship period, including a state-of-the-art review, research question(s), data sources and methods, and relevant theoretical perspectives.

Tasks and responsibilities:

The aim of a postdoctoral fellow is for the candidate to work towards further academic qualification. Therefore, the main duty of the postdoctoral fellow is to produce and publish research in academic publications.

Required qualifications:

  • a Ph.D. degree in a relevant discipline in sociology, political science, social policy, or economics

In the assessment and ranking of qualified applicants, emphasis will be placed on:

  • research skills and experience as demonstrated in a strong Ph.D. and other publications where relevant
  • the quality of the postdoctoral research proposal, including originality and potential
  • the feasibility of the proposed project within the fellowship period
  • the relevance of the research proposal to the overall research focus of CEDIC
  • attached scientific publications
  • other relevant publications
  • ability to communicate well in English, both verbally and in written form

Desired qualifications:

  • motivation and potential in the field of research
  • personal qualities that, among other things, show perseverance and the ability to complete tasks
  • the ability to work independently and in collaboration with others, as well as the ability to be innovative and creative
  • the ability to work systematically and under pressure

General criteria for appointments to academic posts are found in the Regulations for appointment and promotion to academic posts.

Oslo Metropolitan University strives to ensure that our employees reflect the diversity of the population of the region. We work continuously to further develop Oslo Metropolitan University as an inclusive workplace, and to adapt the workplace if required. We welcome applications from all qualified candidates, also those who have experienced periods without work, education or training.

Application process:

The following documents must be uploaded before the deadline:

  • application
  • letterCV in ERC format
  • research proposal
  • all pages of certificates and diplomas
  • complete list of publications
  • maximum three publications that are representative of the applicant’s research focus

Please upload all the documents to ensure that your application will be processed. Incomplete applications will not be considered. All translations must be authorised. Original documents must be presented if you are invited for an interview. Oslo Metropolitan University checks all documentation to ensure that all candidates are given proper evaluation and to ensure fair competition. If you have documents that cannot be uploaded electronically, please contact Tore Vogt at torevo@oslomet.no

Applicants will be assessed by an expert committee.

If we get more than 20 qualified applicants for the position, a committee will be established to screen for the best qualified applicants before an expert committee assesses the applicants.

We offer: 

  • a unique opportunity in a young and dynamic research centre
  • opportunities for professional development
  • time for profession-oriented research and development
  • pension benefits under the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund scheme
  • good welfare benefits

Practical information about relocation to Oslo and living in Norway.

Remuneration
 

The position is remunerated in accordance with the Basic Collective Agreement for the Civil Service and OsloMets salary policy 1352 Postdoc. The salary is NOK 543 500-702 100 per year, depending on level of competence / length of service.

Further information:

For further information about the position, please contact:

  • Director of CEDIC, Professor Marit Haldar, phone: +47 977 40 392
  • Co-director of CEDIC, Professor Rune Halvorsen, phone: +47 67 23 80 78
  • Head of department Anne Britt Djuve, phone: +47 959 67 244

If you wish to apply for the position, please do so via our application portal.

OsloMet is a Charter & Code certified institution by the EU Commisson holding the right to use the logo HR Excellence in Research (HRS4R). OsloMet is a member of the EURAXESS network supporting a positive work environment for researchers in motion. OsloMet has signed The Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA). DORA recognizes the need to improve the ways in which the outputs of scholarly research are evaluated.  

Type of employment: Temporary position
Contract type: Full time
First day of employment: spring 2022
Salary: NOK 543 500-702 100
Number of positions: 1
Working hours: 37,5 hours in week
City: Oslo
County: Oslo
Country: Norway
Reference number: 21/10477
Contact: Marit Haldar, +47 977 40 392
Rune Halvorsen, +47 67 23 80 78
Anne Britt Djuve, +47 959 67 244
Last application date: 02/01/2022 23:59

Read the job description at the university homepage

Post expires on søndag januar 2nd, 2022