viernes, 11 de diciembre de 2009

Employment: UK!

Gardline Environmental Ltd is a member of the Gardline Marine Sciences Limited Group of Companies and are a successful Environmental contractor, operating a fleet of inshore boats, conducting major integrated offshore projects on a worldwide basis and inshore projects for major clients in the UK and overseas. As part of our continued growth there is are immediate vacancies for the following positions:


To support the Marine Wildlife Departments continuing growth strategy, we are seeking to appoint a Marine Acoustic Scientist to work within the department's Development Team and play a major role in the company's future success.

Reporting to the current Marine Wildlife Business Manager, you will be expected to undertaken and develop the application of marine acoustic monitoring and recording systems, the compilation and preparation of reports and the processing of acoustic data and possess a sound knowledge of the marine environment in general.

Ideally you will be of degree calibre or above, and demonstrate the ability to lead and develop projects from implementation to completion and illustrate sound commercial awareness. You will need to be a confident individual with a can do attitude and enjoy being challenged. Previous relevant marine oil and gas or renewable energy industry experience is advantageous.

As well as a competitive salary, this role also attracts a rage of employee benefits, such as; personal and professional development in a challenging and complex environment and worldwide travel opportunities.


As a Marine Wildlife Observer you will be required to undertake marine mammal observation, passive acoustic monitoring, seabird and environmental survey activities in the field and provide general assistance in the production of marine wildlife reports and the processing of data.

Applicants will need to be eligible to work in the UK, ideally be of degree calibre or equivalent in a relevant discipline and possess an understanding of Marine Mammals and Seabirds, their biology and identification. Familiarity with the use of PAMS or previous marine survey experience would be advantageous.

This position requires the individual to spend in the region of 120 - 180 days at sea, dependent on project requirements, with the remaining time being office based (Great Yarmouth). As well as a competitive salary, these roles also include offshore allowances and a range of employee benefits, such as; personal and professional development, a further range of employee benefits and world wide travel opportunities.

Please email an application covering letter and your CV to Allan Tucker, Recruitment Officer on

Closing date: 31st December 2009

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