IFL is advertising for a specialist in the field of food risk assessment. Its role must be to participate in research into the effects of fish on health (risk-benefit analysis of food). The job includes building databases and designing a web interface.
The role of the specialist must be to participate in research into the effects of fish on health (risk-benefit analysis of food). The job involves building databases and designing a web interface. The person in question must be able to work independently and manage projects, as well as work in good collaboration with other specialists within IFL and abroad.
- University education in the field of science (computer science, statistics, chemistry, biology, or food science)
- Very good computer skills are a prerequisite
- Knowledge and experience of using statistics in research is an advantage
- Organizational skills and interpersonal skills
- Initiative and ambition in work.
The application must be accompanied by a clear overview of the study career, computer skills and previous work.
Wages are according to collective agreements of public employees. Remuneration, rights and obligations are otherwise governed by the Act on the Rights and Duties of Government Employees No. 70/1996.
The application deadline is May 28, 2006. Applications with information about education and previous jobs, together with copies of exam documents, are requested to be sent by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or to the Fisheries Research Institute, Skúlagata 4, 101 Reykjavík. Information about the job is provided by Helga Gunnlaugsdóttir, tel. 530 8600.