Work with Purpose at NRRI

Thank you for your interest in working at NRRI. 

Our vision is to create a world-class research institute, a diverse workplace of the future where people are engaged, connected, thriving, and achieving. 

Learn About NRRI

You can read all about our organization, our mission, vision, core values, research initiatives and organizational structure by visiting the About NRRI web page

Employment Listings

We list employment opportunities on the University of Minnesota Career Portal, where you can view and apply for positions. The positions below link to the career portal. 

Current Employment Opportunities

Job ID: 359210
Location: Duluth
Job Family: Research-Researchers
Employee Class: Civil Service

Title: Researcher 6 Biomaterials Research Scientist
Job ID: 359076
Location: Duluth
Job Family: Research-Researchers
Employee Class: Acad Prof and Admin

Search for NRRI and UMN Job Openings

 See UMN system-wide employment opportunities at the button below. You can search for NRRI-specific opportunities by searching "NRRI". After creating an account you can save searches, and apply online.

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Contact Human Resources at NRRI

Jane Dzuck, (218) 788-2607, jtdzuck@d.umn.edu

University Employment Resources - UMN and UMD

  1. Visit the UMN Human Resources for general UMN employment information.
  2. Visit the UMD Human Resources for UMD-specific information.

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