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15 de mayo de 2017

Conservation Scientist (UK) vacancies
Conservation Scientist
Reference number: A0560417
Location: Edinburgh
We are recruiting a Conservation Scientist to lead on the delivery of RSPB's curlew research. The Eurasian curlew is considered the UK's highest conservation priority bird species and is the focus of a major Curlew Recovery Programme led by the RSPB. A key element of this is a large-scale research project testing the response of breeding curlew to trial management interventions across the UK. Responsibilities of the post holder will include contributing to the delivery of fieldwork, recruiting and managing a team of field staff, conducting data analyses, advising on the delivery of habitat management and predator control interventions, liaising with a wide range of colleagues across the UK, writing up the project and publishing outputs from this project and other wader datasets in peer-reviewed journals. The ideal candidate will be self motivated, well organised, a good communicator and have a proven track record of publishing scientific papers. Salary
£25,463 to £27,585 per annum Hours & contract information
Hours: Full time, Full Time
Contract: Fixed Term contract to 31 March 2020
Closing date: 24 May 2017
Interview date: 7 June 2017 How to apply
You can find more information about the role in the downloads below. Please make sure you include reference number A0560417 on any correspondence.
Role Profile (Word 193Kb, requires Microsoft Word)
Application details (Word 30Kb, requires Microsoft Word)
For questions about this post
David Douglas
0131 317 4170
Send application details to
Alix Middleton
RSPB Scotland, Scotland Headquarters, 2 Lochside View, Edinburgh Park, Edinburgh, EH12 9DH, 0131 317 4147

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