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- Kjennskap til kjemikaliehåndtering og -deklarasjon
- Førerkort klasse B/T
- Kunnskap om avfallhåndtering/-sortering og farlig avfall
- Kjennskap til FDV (internkontroll) er ønskelig
- Kjennskap til SD- anlegg er en fordel
- Du er initiativrik og løsningsorientert
- Du er serviceorientert og strukturert
- Du er fleksibel og takler stress på en god måte
- God muntlig og skriftlig fremstillingsevne på norsk
- God muntlig fremstillingsevne på engelsk
- God fysisk skikkethet
The department of Risk, Safety and Security (RSS) conducts research, development and consultancy in risk, safety and security related to digital systems in critical infrastructure. With a long history in providing research on Software Dependability and Digital Instrumentation and Control (D&IC) within the nuclear field, the specialists in the department is today involved with competence on Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) in projects within both transport, oil and gas, energy and critical infrastructure. The Department has an increasing portfolio of projects in information- and cyber- security. The Department has established a Cybersecurity Centre for industrial control systems at IFE in Halden. The Centre is developing infrastructure and competence for providing cybersecurity assessment and training services to stakeholders involved in developing and operating critical operational technologies.
Knowledge in information- and cyber-security or computer science
Knowledge of control systems for critical infrastructure
Good knowledge of different operating systems, firewalling and networking are preferable
Knowledge of work in teams and projects are preferable
Bachlor´s degree or similar within security, computer science or technical subjects
Interest in combining work within cybersecurity with an education towards Master in cyber security
College/University, Bachelor grade
Department Head: Humans and Automation
We are looking for a motivational and research-oriented manager to lead our Department of Humans and Automation.
The Institute for Energy Technology (IFE) is an independent research foundation in Norway, with locations in Kjeller and Halden. We are an international leading research environment that actively develops innovative solutions through people and technology. Our mission is ‘Research for a better future’. We have roughly 600 employees, with annual sales of 1 billion NOK. IFE is a broad multi-disciplinary research organisation, with international top-level expertise in the fields of digital technologies, material and process technology, flow and analysis technologies, radiopharmaceutical technology and nuclear technology. We develop innovative technological solutions for both industry and the public sector in more than 30 countries and we host the International OECD Halden Reactor Project—Norway’s longest-running international research project. www.ife.no
The department of Humans and Automation (HA) seeks to understand how technology shapes the world around us, and how developments in technology can change the way humans move through the world. Our focus is primarily on the interaction and teaming between humans and advanced technologies, especially in highly digital and/or complex environments. We are curious about how advanced technologies work, what effect they have on people in those environments and how interactions between these people and technologies can be improved. Our mission is to better understand these interactions to support the design and development of future digital, automated and even intelligent systems, with the underlying goal of optimizing performance and safety. We have a strong collaboration network across the Digital Systems sector and within IFE, as well as throughout Norway, Europe, North America and Asia. This is facilitated by our involvement in the OECD Halden Reactor Project, and participation in research projects for the Research Council of Norway and the European Union. Our recently established Sensor and Robotics Research laboratory, which includes the Halden Aerospace Laboratory, opens up new possibilities for exciting and innovative empirical research and collaboration with our extended partner network.
We seek to address the following main questions:
How do humans interact and collaborate with increasingly advanced technologies, and how can this relationship be optimised for performance and safety?
How might advanced and future technologies change the role of the human, and how do we decide what functions should be performed by the technology versus by the human?
How can we ensure that the development of advanced and future technologies adopts a suitable human-centered approach to facilitate technology acceptance and use as intended?
The Department Head’s role involves developing and managing the department and creating an inspiring environment where the best minds can thrive. The Department Head reports to the Director of the sector and participates in the sector’s management team. Candidates should be able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to build strong relationships throughout the organisation.
Education level: PhD, M.Sc., or B.Sc.
Research experience that aligns with the department’s research focus
Experience from leadership roles in research-based organisations and coordination of research projects
Experience from marketing and selling research projects
A motivational leader. (A good leader that motivates and manages staff effectively, and builds a positive working environment)
Customer and sales oriented with an understanding for customer needs
Results focussed with an ability to deliver on expectations
Team player that brings out the best in our people
Ability to find innovative solutions
Fluency in English oral and written