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

    Job ID: 351461
    Location: Duluth
    Job Family: Academic
    Full-Time, Regular
    Job Code 9546
    Employee Class: Acad Prof and Admin

    Job ID: 351444
    Location: Duluth
    Job Family: Research
    Full-Time, Regular
    Job Code: 8352R3
    Employee Class: Civil Service

    NRRI Director of Research

    Job Opening: 351129

    Job Code: 9354D1

    Open until filled

    NRRI Senior Laboratory Technician Coleraine

    Job opening 348969

    Location: NRRI Coleraine

    Full time position / Open until filled

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

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