Researcher in Fish Nutrition -R&D Departement

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BioMar has decided to strengthen the R&D Departement in Trondheim (Norway) and is now looking for a resourceful and creative scientist to our Nutrition Formulation Departement.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Research within marine and freshwater nutrition and raw materials
  • Development of aquatic feed products and feed concepts in close cooperation with our product managers
  • Lead national and international R&D projects from idea to product and to be a technical support to colleagues across department and countries
  • Within the "Formulation" Departement you will mainly be working with developing fry feed products

Qualifications

  • PhD-degree in physiology, nutrition or biotechnology in connection to aquatic species
  • Research experience within marine larvae and fry nutrition
  • Competence within experimental design and statistics
  • Experience in project management
  • Network within industry and/or research
  • Skilled in oral and written English language and preferably Norwegian

Personal qualities

  • A team player, excellent relationship builder and good cooperative skills
  • Ability to work independently, systematically and goal oriented
  • Agile and open for new challenges
  • Interest in applied science and take to market solutions

We can offer

  • A strong team of scientists in a dynamic environment
  • You will be working in a global setting with highly skilled professionals within R&D, sales, sourcing and production units, focusing on present and future challenges in the aquaculture industry worldwide
  • BioMar works closely with reference research institutions, suppliers and customers worldwide
  • This position offers a great opportunity to develop further your professional and personal capabilities in a multinational, enthusiastic and active research environment

Contacts
Jørgen Holm
Global R&D Manager - Nutrition Formulation
+45 242 544 06
jho@biomar.dk


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