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[Deepsea] Multiple Appointments in Ecology and Conservation

Brendan Godley Godley-ESR at seaturtle.org
Sat Jun 17 13:40:56 EST 2006


Hi All



Please see note below on positions becoming available with us very soon. Apologies if cross-posting means you receive multiple copies.



With kind regards



Brendan



Dr. Brendan J. Godley
Centre for Ecology & Conservation
School of Biosciences
University of Exeter
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Multiple Appointments in Ecology and Conservation

University of Exeter, Cornwall Campus (UK)

 

The School of Biosciences, University of Exeter is seeking to recruit up to four new staff for the second phase of growth on its Cornwall Campus.

<http://www.uec.ac.uk/biology/index.shtml>. 

 

These posts will build on the existing strengths on the Cornwall Campus, which currently consists of 13 academic staff. Posts are available at all levels up to chair.

 

Chair / Reader in Ecology or Conservation Biology

We are seeking to recruit someone who will provide leadership in the area of ecology and/or conservation biology following the retirement of Professor Bryant. We would be particularly interested in appointing someone with strengths in field ecology or conservation but encourage all interested parties to apply.

 

Lectureships in Ecology and Conservation Biology

We have between two and four lectureships available in the field of ecology and conservation biology. We are looking to build on our existing strengths and buoyant undergraduate and postgraduate degrees programmes in ecology and conservation. We would be particularly interested in recruiting vertebrate and plant ecologists, in population and community ecology and conservation biology and genetics.

 

Timing

Posts are available from September 2006


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