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UK Benthic Marine Ecologist job - be quick!

Geoff Read g.read at niwa.cri.nz
Tue Dec 14 19:37:48 EST 1999


Job hunters, 

I am forwarding this ad, which I picked up on Marbio list. It was posted by 
Jon Davies <Davies_J at jncc.gov.uk>. Application can be made via the 
web site mentioned.

 - Geoff Read <g.read at niwa.cri.nz>

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Dear colleagues,

The Joint Nature Conservation Committee recently advertised a vacancy 
for a Benthic Marine Ecologist - (text from recent New Scientist advert is 
included below). The post will focus specifically on the development of the 
sediment biotope classification by analysis of the JNCC's substantial data 
holdings. It should be a very rewarding task leading to an important 
publication.  

Closing date for applications is 24 December (although JNCC is closed 
after this until 5 January, when applications will be reviewed). Application 
forms are available on our web site, should candidates not get a form by 24 
December.  

I would be grateful if you could let interested colleagues know about the 
post , either through your e-mail systems, by word of mouth or on 
appropriate notice boards.  

Many thanks.

Jon

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Dr Jon Davies
Marine Monitoring Officer
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
Monkstone House
Peterborough
PE1 1JY
Tel: +44 (0)733 866835
Fax: +44(0)733 555948
Web: http://www.jncc.gov.uk/
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JNCC's Marine Information Team requires a

BENTHIC MARINE ECOLOGIST

Fixed term appointment until 31 March 2001,
with the possibility of extension or permanency.

This challenging and rewarding post will develop the inshore and offshore 
sediment habitat classification as part of the national and European 
classifications, involving analysis of large biological data sets, liaison with 
experts and contributing to international fora.  

The work will lead to the provision of expert advice for the Habitats 
Directive, Biodiversity Action Plan, SSSIs and other conservation 
initiatives.  

Qualifications: A relevant degree and at least two years' relevant 
experience. Starting salary is £16,000pa; more may be available for an 
exceptional candidate. Ref. No. 99009 

Further details and application forms from Glynis Lyles, Joint Nature 
Conservation Committee, Monkstone House, City Road, Peterborough, 
PE1 1JY. Telephone 01733 866892 (24 hour answer phone), e-mail 
lyles_g at jncc.gov.uk or from our web site www.jncc.gov.uk The closing 
date is 24 December 1999. 

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