The 18-month contract is subject to satisfactory performance during a probation period of 3 months. There is a good possibility of the position being extended or becoming permanent.
Salary £29-32K, dependent on experience.
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) seeks a research scientist with fieldwork skills and experience of data analysis and writing scientific papers to work in our Lowland Gamebird Research team for initially 18 months from July or August 2021. The main focus of the post will be to look at the effects of releasing partridges and pheasants on habitats and wildlife.
Salary £45,000-£50,000 dependent on experience
We are looking for a highly motivated agricultural scientist or farmland ecologist to develop and lead our research programme in Scotland. This is a unique opportunity for an established post-doctoral scientist to develop their career by managing a demonstration farm, and developing and overseeing research addressing game and wildlife conservation issues in Scotland. You will lead a small, dedicated team and be based in scenic Deeside.
An exciting opportunity to play a key role within the highly respected Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Advisory team.
The Advisor will provide science-based practical advice on farmland wildlife, soil and water conservation to farmers in southern England.
In particular, the Advisor will oversee and help run two well-established, influential Farmer Cluster projects surrounding Martin Down in NE Dorset and NW Hampshire.
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