CMR offers an exciting research environment with a long history of technology development within oil and gas, marine and environment, and renewable energy. CMR works with research and development working in close collaboration with academia and industry. We have high competence in areas such as measurement technology, physics, modelling, sensor technology, electronics, signal processing, data analysis, machine learning and scientific visualization.
We are recruiting an experienced research scientist with competence in acoustics or ultrasound technology.
- R & D work contributing to all market areas
- Project leadership and customer relations for large projects
- Participation and responsibility for project proposals and project applications for funding
- Marketing activities towards generating new project ideas
- We are primarily seeking an experienced research scientist with a minimum of 5 years experience, however newly qualified candidates will be considered.
- You should have experience from R & D work with acoustic technologies and have qualities to be a leading researcher in our acoustic group.
- Industrial experience and applied experience from the oil and gas sector are highly sought after.
- College / University, Master / Phd grade
- Good communication skills
- Motivated and solution-oriented
- Competetive salary
- Good pension and insurance plan.
- Varied and interesting work in an innovative environment.
- Company cottage in the mountains.
- Travel: Some travelling must be expected
Senior scientist, acoustics
Marie Bueie Holstad
Hvem er Christian Michelsen Research AS (CMR) ?
Christian Michelsen Research AS (CMR) offers R&D services within measurement technology and advance signal processing to industrial customers world-wide. CMR provides expert services and develops solutions from idea to market in close collaboration with our clients.
CMR is a non-profit research institute located in Bergen (Norway) working at the intersection between academia and industry. We are currently in a merger process with four other Norwegian research institutions that will result in a powerful research foundation from January 1, 2018, counting more than 900 researchers.