Working at NIOZ

A selection of current vacancies at NIOZ is shown below. For job applications we have the separate website workingatnioz. Please check this website for a complete overview and more details.

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PhD position “How to restore intertidal flats for ecological value?”
Tidal flats and salt marshes are valuable intertidal ecosystems that support rich food webs and may also contribute to coastal safety. Many of these intertidal environments have been lost during the last decades, raising questions on how to manage or res...
Location
ROYAL NIOZ-YERSEKE
Vacancy ID
2017 – 042
PhD Student “Biological sources and genetic controls of the paleotemperature proxy TEX86”
The department of Marine Microbiology and Biogeochemistry (MMB; department chair prof. dr. J.S. Sinninghe Damsté), is looking for a highly motivated PhD student with a background in organic geochemistry, microbial ecology, molecular biology, and/or microb...
Location
ROYAL NIOZ TEXEL (THE NETHERLANDS)
Vacancy ID
2017-061
PhD Student “Understanding Animal Search”
The Royal NIOZ is looking for an excellent, highly motivated PhD student with a keen interest in experimental ecology and numerical modelling. The PhD student will be working in a multidisciplinary research project driven by the department of Estuarine an...
Location
ROYAL NIOZ YERSEKE & TEXEL (THE NETHERLANDS)
Vacancy ID
2017-064
PhD student “Understanding global saltmarsh dynamics using satellite remote sensing"
The Department Estuarine and Delta Systems (EDS, Royal NIOZ Yerseke) is recruiting a PhD candidate on the topic ‘Saltmarshes under stress: thresholds for saltmarsh dynamics from global satellite data’. We are looking for a highly motivated candidate with ...
Location
ROYAL NIOZ YERSEKE (ZEELAND, THE NETHERLANDS)
Vacancy ID
2017-057
Postdoc Viral Molecular Biology (POMVIDDY project)
The department of Marine Microbiology and Biogeochemistry (MMB; department chair prof. dr. J.S. Sinninghe Damsté), is looking for a postdoc with a solid scientific background in (meta)genomics to help us unravel the diversity and activity of polar marine ...
Location
ROYAL NIOZ TEXEL (NL)
Vacancy ID
2017-053
PhD-student Marine Viral Ecology
The department of Marine Microbiology and Biogeochemistry (MMB; department chair prof. dr. J.S. Sinninghe Damsté), is looking for a highly-motivated PhD-student to help unravel the role of viral lysis in the iron cycle in the Antarctic Ocean within the pr...
Location
ROYAL NIOZ TEXEL (NL)
Vacancy ID
2017-052
PhD-student Polar Viral Diversity & Dynamics
The department of Marine Microbiology and Biogeochemistry (MMB; department chair prof. dr. J.S. Sinninghe Damsté), is looking for a committed PhD-student to help us elucidate the diversity and activity of polar marine viruses and their hosts within the pr...
Location
ROYAL NIOZ TEXEL (NL)
Vacancy ID
2017-051