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ARISE will be an indispensable tool for people in nature management, ecological research and natural history museums from all over the world. In order to create it, we will need motivated and talented people. The coming years, we will have a number of job openings for them: check in here regularly or follow our Twitter, LinkedIn or mailing list to stay informed. 

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with us! 



Lead software engineer

You will function as the technical lead and main software architect. You will be involved in all the stages of the software development process from the architectural design to the implementation and improvement of developed services. You will be stationed at Naturalis Biodiversity Center in Leiden, but work closely together with all ARISE organizations and partners.

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Biodiversity monitoring technician


Are you experienced in the installation and maintenance of digital sensors for identifying species and their traits? Are you interested in biodiversity monitoring and setting up technical and sampling equipment in the field? Then we may be looking for you. Your base of operations will be the University of Amsterdam, but your work will take you to lots of different places.



Do you have the technical skills to enable the automated discovery of biodiversity? In this position, your coding skills will help ecologists to research biodiversity. Moreover, your expertise will help to combat the immense challenge of biodiversity decline. Your office will be at the University of Twente.

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Student projects

We have a large number of opportunities for students. Whether you study biology at university or lab tech at a vocational school, we have things for you to do and things for you to learn. From DNA to IT to art students that help us design the best user interface - if you feel like you could contribute to Arise, we probably have a spot for you. Contact the team leader most relevant to you for more information.

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