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2-year Post Doctoral Position to study Icelandic guillemots

Norman Ratcliffe, December 15, 2018

Post Doctoral Researcher Vacancy at British Antarctic Survey

The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) are recruiting a Postdoctoral Researcher in Seabird Ecology to join the Ecosystems Team. The research carried out by this team is critical to the development of conservation and ecosystem-based management strategies and contributes to the development of UK government policy.

We are seeking an outstanding candidate with a PhD, relevant fieldwork experience, advanced knowledge of statistical analysis, excellent communication skills and a strong publication record.

The successful applicant will work on Project LOMVIA, whose aim is to describe the competitive interactions between high Arctic and temperate seabird species and how this varies with environmental conditions around the coast of Iceland. Project LOMVIA a component of the high-profile NERC Changing Arctic Ocean programme, which offers exciting opportunities for the post holder to network with leading international collaborators and develop their skills and reputation. Further information about Project LOMVIA can be found here.

The post holder will be responsible for collecting and analysing telemetry data and blood samples from Icelandic seabirds, writing papers for high-impact journals and presenting talks at international conferences. They will also be expected to contribute to the dissemination of findings to policy-makers and the general public.

Full details of skills specification and how to apply can be found here.