Lecturer in Marine Ecology

The School of Environmental Sciences was created in 2009 to bring together the University’s world-class research expertise on aspects of the environment. The School currently comprises over 80 academic staff, around 40 research staff and around 200 postgraduate students. We are seeking to strengthen our portfolio further by the appointment of an additional 4 permanent academic staff with a strong track record of research and with a clear vision for the development of their research area.
£31,020 – £46,846 pa
(Grade 7/8)

You will be a forward-thinking marine ecologist who can complement our existing strengths in community/ecosystem ecology and work on internationally significant research issues. You will have a PhD and demonstrate a portfolio of research excellence in one or more of the following areas: quantitative ecology, macroecology, ecophysiology, conservation biology, applied ecology or ecosystem modelling. You will be expected to make a contribution to the teaching of our undergraduate (Marine Biology, Ecology and Environment) and postgraduate (Conservation and Resource Management, Marine Planning and Management) degree programmes.

Job Ref: A-574594/JAC
Closing Date: 2 April 2012

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