Work with a 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. We list employment opportunities on the University of Minnesota Career Portal.
Current Employment Opportunities
NRRI Temporary Field Technician/Aquatic Ecology
Job Opening: 347052
Application review: April 25, 2022
NRRI Research Support Manager 3: Water Research
Job Opening: 346482
Open until filled
NRRI Researcher 6: Forest Ecologist
Job ID: 347822
Location: Duluth | Full-Time
Open until filled
NRRI Post-Doctoral Associate-Aquatic Ecology
Job Opening: 345884
This position will remain opened until filled.
NRRI Coleraine Labs Senior Laboratory Technician (4945)
Job Opening: 345710
This position will close 6/1/2022.
NRRI Researcher 6: Process Mineralogist
Job ID 344428
Position open until filled.
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