Agroforestry research post in UK

Alan Sibbald, Land Use Division MI002 at MACAULAY-LAND-USE.SCOT-AGRIC-RES-INST.AC.UK
Fri Feb 5 09:47:00 EST 1993

           The Macaulay Land Use Research Institute
              Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom

                       Land Use Division


                Term Contract to December 1996 

Applications are invited for a research scientist to work as part
of a multidisciplinary team within a European agroforestry
research project funded by the Commission of the European
Communities. The post will be based at the Macaulay Land Use
Research Institute in Aberdeen, Scotland but will involve
collaboration with scientists in the Institute for Grassland and
Environmental Research, Queen's University Belfast, the
University of Wales Bangor and the Research Division of the
Forestry Authority.

The work will involve the construction of bio-economic models of
agroforestry systems with collaborators in other European
countries, the collation and analysis of data collected from a
network of agroforestry sites in the UK and report writing.

Applicants should possess at least a first or upper second class
honours degree in ecology, biology, forestry, agriculture,
economics or another relevant discipline and experience of
computer modelling.

The term appointment will be made at the Higher Scientific
Officer Grade and will last until 31 December 1996. The salary
range is 12833-17916 pounds Sterling per annum; starting
salary will depend on qualifications and experience. 

Application forms and further information are available (by
standard post or FAX +44-(0)224-311556, quoting reference number
EC/MA5/93) from:
      The Secretary,
      Macaulay Land Use Research Institute,
      AB9 2QJ.
      United Kingdom

Further information by e-mail from:
| Alan R Sibbald, Land Use Division,    | janet:A.R.Sibbald at|
| Macaulay Land Use Research Institute, |                                   |
| Craigiebuckler,   Aberdeen,           | phone: +44-(0)224-318611          |
| AB9  2QJ, United Kingdom              |   fax: +44-(0)224-311556          |

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