Field Assistant – Landscape effects on common lizard population connectivity ~

10 de marzo de 2010

Field Assistant – Landscape effects on common lizard population connectivity

La *S*tation d'*E*cologie *E*xperimentale du CNRS à *M*oulis.

We seek a field assistant to participate in a BiodivERsA funded project
(Tenlamas) starting on the 20^th June 2010 until the 20^th August 2010.
The goal of the project is to test the utility of current models of
population connectivity using the common lizard. The field assistant
will contribute to the collection of data for a landscape genetic study
of population connectivity in the Cevenne, France. They will also be
responsible for behavioural experiments designed to investigate habitat
preferences of the common lizard. No salary is associated with this
position but accommodation will be provided.

This position is ideal for candidates who are studying biology and have
an interest in gaining practical experience of field biology and
behavioural experimentation. The ideal candidate should: be self
motivated with an eye for detail; have a reasonable level of physical
fitness; have an interest in behavioural ecology and/or population
ecology; be able and willing to communicate in both French and English.

To apply please send a CV and cover letter to the address below
(preferably by e-mail) describing your qualifications for the position,
but most importantly why you are interested in the position and what you
hope to gain from it. Closing date for applications is the 2^nd April
2010. Candidates will be contacted by the 16^th april 2010

Dr Colin Bleay,
Station d'Ecologie Experimentale du CNRS
09200 Moulis

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