Why you should be considering working with us

The Earth Observatory of Singapore conducts research on earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, and climate change in Southeast Asia and elsewhere. Aside from its scientific value, our work gives Singapore and other countries in the region the knowledge they need to build societies that are more resilient to these natural hazards.

Established in February 2009, EOS is an autonomous research institute funded by Singapore’s National Research Foundation, Ministry of Education, and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) as part of Singapore’s Research Centre of Excellence initiative. Many of our scientists will hold joint faculty appointments at NTU’s Asian School of the Environment.

Singapore, with a strong economy, stable political situation, and highly multicultural society, offers very attractive living and working conditions. English is the official language, and salaries at EOS are internationally competitive.

Current Opportunities

The Earth Observatory of Singapore is now recruiting for the following positions:


Research Staff

Research Assistant (Physical Sciences)
Posted on: 12 Oct 2021

Project Officer (NSLP)

Posted on: 06 Aug 2021

Research Associate (Geology)
Posted on: 11 May 2022

Research Assistant (Geology)

Posted on: 11 May 2022


Post-Doctoral Fellows

Research Fellow (Earthquakes & Tectonics)
Posted on: 02 Aug 2021

Research Fellow (Modelling Urban Biodiversity)
Posted on: 10 May 2022

Research Fellow (Nature-based solutions in informal settlements in Asia-Pacific)
Posted on: 10 May 2022

Research Fellow (Monitoring Recovery)
Posted on: 12 Aug 2020

Research Fellow 3D Geological Modeling - Earthquakes/Volcanoes
Posted on: 22 Jul 2020

Research Fellow (Analogue Modelling)
Posted on: 09 Jul 2020

 

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