Are you a well trained research scientist looking to strengthen and diversify your skills? Are you interested in contributing to a complex collaboration synthesizing and communicating the consequences for people of environmental changes across the Arctic? Are you committed to rolling up your sleeves, exemplifying your belief that no job is too small, and contributing meaningfully to the synthesis, understanding, and communication of shared knowledge between Indigenous Knowledge Holders, policymakers, scientists, and industry leaders? Are you eager to find new and better ways of working across disciplines, cultures, and ways of knowing and then communicating creatively with diverse audiences? If this sounds like you, please consider applying to join the Study of Environmental Arctic Change (SEARCH) as our postdoctoral research fellow. SEARCH seeks a postdoctoral fellow with expertise in a natural or social science and a dedication to addressing policy-relevant issues with the best available knowledge from science and other ways of knowing. That dedication should inspire confidence to work in a non-traditional, boundary spanning project. Under the supervision of the SEARCH principal investigator and in close collaboration with scientific, Indigenous, and policy-making colleagues, the fellow will synthesize existing knowledge across disciplines and knowledge systems and share the results in diverse formats to inform and drive policies and economic decisions.