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Local Unit & Position Description:

DNV sees an increasing need for Environmental - services and support in the market, including the energy sector, aquaculture, maritime, process industry and towards authorities. The world is facing a green shift, which will affect the industry and the whole society. As a part of our team, you will work to support our customers to accomplish their transition towards a more sustainable future. For further details on our services: Environmental risk management (dnv.com)
Working for us you will participate in exciting projects assessing environmental risks and providing competence and decision support in our team with 30 colleagues. You will also have the possibilities to work in interdisciplinary teams worldwide.
We are looking for a candidate to our Biodiversity and Impact group at Høvik, just outside Oslo. This group focus on environmental monitoring and the impact on the nature. We perform fieldwork both offshore and nearshore. For more information: Environmental laboratory – environmental analysis & monitoring | DNV. Our Biolaboratorium is accredited to do analyses of marine fauna. We are looking for candidates that have a passion for life below water, and is motivated to participate in fieldwork (using ROVs, sensors etc), lab work and working with complex challenges our customer faces. You will be involved in projects within Biodiversity Management, impact assessments and more general within ESG related issues.
Position Qualifications:

If you have:
M.Sc. or higher in Marine biology, Ecotoxicology, Ocean science or equivalent
Some relevant years’ of experience or fresh graduates are welcome
High level of fluency (both written and oral) in Norwegian/Scandinavian and English
Personal qualities:
Team player with a positive and proactive attitude in an informal social working environment
Ability to combine theoretical knowledge and practical skills with a systematic approach
Good communication, presentation and client management skills
Iniative, responsibility and networking skills
DNV offers:
A meaningful job with one of Norway's most attractive employers. We are ranked #3 in the Young Professional Attractiveness index 2020 and Norway's most attractive employer 2019 by Ramstad.
A strong company culture with emphasis on competence development
Great colleagues who value teamwork and support
International working environment
6 weeks vacation
For more details contact:
Tor Jensen, Head of Department Environmental Risk Management, +47 415 42 421
Company & Business Area Description:

Mankind has hardly seen such a rapid climate change and pressure on the biodiverse as we are witnessing today; a change that clearly has an impact on the environment we live in, and is so dependent on, and which poses great challenges to the next generation. Our society and our customers must deal with these changes. Our customers are challenged on their environmental performance and goals both from authorities, and from the local and wider communities. Companies must demonstrate they operate according to local and international standards and do their business in a sustainable way to gain a “license to operate”.
To support our customers in this new reality, we seek to expand our team with two young, aspiring, and dynamic colleagues.
DNV is the independent expert in assurance and risk management, operating in more than 100 countries. Through our broad experience and deep expertise, we advance safety and sustainable performance, set industry benchmarks, and inspire and invent solutions.
Equal Opportunity Statement:

DNV is an Equal Opportunity Employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to gender, religion, race, national or ethnic origin, cultural background, social group, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, age or political opinion. Diversity is fundamental to our culture and we invite you to be part of this diversity!

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