[MARMAM] Marine mammal job posting: St Andrews opportunities
cgb at smruconsulting.com
Fri Jun 26 03:25:12 PDT 2020
We are pleased to announce two new job marine mammal postings:
SMRU Consulting – Principal Scientist/Consultant:
“SMRU Consulting are looking to attract a highly motivated, experienced person with a passion for the application of robust, evidence-based approaches to the assessment, monitoring and management of anthropogenic impacts on marine mammals. The initial focus of this role will be to support the needs of our industry and government clients in dealing with challenges of marine mammal conservation in relation to the sustainable development of renewable energy projects. SMRU Consulting’s services span the breadth of the industry – from the provision of project specific advice and technical services, to the delivery of strategic research projects, assessment and tools. We are looking for candidates with existing experience that can be applied to our current and future project portfolio, with a focus on the offshore wind sector, although there will be the opportunity to get involved in a wide variety of sectors and projects. Much of this activity is specifically related to the potential for impacts from underwater noise, a stimulating and growing field of marine mammal science. We are keen therefore to attract talented candidates with experience in this area.”
For full particulars please see: http://www.smruconsulting.com/job-vacancies/
CREEM/SMRU Consulting (shared position) – Statistical Consultant (2 year post):
“This is a two year fixed-term post. We are looking for a statistical consultant to support both the Centre for Research into Ecological and Environmental Modelling (CREEM) and SMRU Consulting (SMRUC). The two groups have a history of successfully collaborating on applied projects that require statistical expertise. We require additional personnel to support this collaboration and allow us to be more agile in our responses to funding opportunities with short deadlines, which are quite common in calls from NGOs, industry, and some government agencies. In particular we would like to be more responsive to the increasing number of opportunities to engage with marine renewable energy initiatives. The post holder will be expected to generate funding income, in collaboration with CREEM and SMRUC staff, by responding to proposal calls and tenders, particularly those released by government and industry.”
For full particulars please see: https://www.vacancies.st-andrews.ac.uk/Vacancies/W/6839/0/271020/889/statistical-consultant-ar2369nb and http://www.smruconsulting.com/job-vacancies/
Dr Cormac Booth
SMRU Consulting | New Technology Building | North Haugh | St Andrews | Fife KY16 9SR | UK
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