sábado, 7 de marzo de 2009

Empleo: UK!

The conservation research charity Marinelife is looking for two new staff members.
Post 1 Research Assistant - Channel Marine Mammal and Seabird Survey.
Two year fixed term full-time contract (40 hours, flexi-time allowed). Salary £21,000 to £23,000 (dependent on experience) plus 3% pension contribution.
The post will be based at home (SW England) and/or at office (Dorset) to be specified. The full-time research assistant will co-ordinate and conduct surveys for whales, dolphins and seabirds in the English Channel. Good knowledge of marine species surveys and experience of data handling, GIS and statistical analysis is essential. We are looking for an outgoing, dynamic and enthusiastic person, with a strong scientific background and practical experience of whale, dolphin and seabird surveys.
You will work with limited direct supervision so will need to be well-organised and self-motivated. You will be part of a small professional team and will work with a wider network of volunteers. You will need good communication skills both to encourage volunteers and to enthuse boat owners, conservation partners and the local community about the project.
Closing date: 5:00pm on Friday 20 March 2009Interviews will be held week commencing 30 March 2009.
Start Date: As soon as possible after interview.
For a job description and an application pack please email: tom.brereton@marine-life.org.uk
Post 2 Project Administrator - Channel Marine Mammal and Seabird Survey.
Three year fixed term part-time contract; two days per week (16 hours, flexi-time allowed)Salary £14,500 to £16,000 pro rata (dependent on experience) plus 3% pension contribution The Project Administrator will oversee the administration of an exciting new European Union-funded marine biodiversity project. The post will be based at home and/or at office (Dorset) to be specified. You will need to have experience in project management, including basic financial management, as well as familiarity with a range of IT applications, including spreadsheets and word processing.
You will work with limited direct supervision so will need to be well-organised and self-motivated and work in a meticulous and efficient manner. You will work with a small professional team and a wider network of volunteers, where a calm and friendly manner is required. Accurate record keeping is essential for an EU audit over the project period.
Closing date: 5:00pm on Friday 20 March 2009. Interviews will be held week commencing 30 March 2009.
Start Date: As soon as possible after interview.
For a job description and an application pack please email: info@marine-life.org.uk
Marinelife is a charity registered in the UK (No. 1110884). Website: www.marine-life.org.uk