Full time (37 hours per week, flexible working week)
£25,150 per annum.
Twelve surveyors based exclusively in Wales and four across Great Britain.
Fixed term (April 2020 – September 2020)
Closing date for applications is Tuesday 7 January 2020.
UKCEH are looking for sixteen experienced field surveyors to work on large-scale, long-term field studies to assess change in the British Countryside. The role demands a high level of flexibility regarding location as surveyors will be expected to travel throughout Wales and/or wider Great Britain for the duration of the contract. Initial appointments will be from April 2020 for a period up to 5 months.
Whales in Wales.
Hours: 37 hours per week.
Salary: Grade 4, £21,166 - £23,836 per annum.
Contract: Temporary (Up until 21/03/2022).
Closing Date: 29/11/2019.
Save the date. NFBR Conference within easy reach of North Wales.
If you would like to learn some of the basic skills needed to identify mosses and liverworts using the microscope, this course may be of interest to you.
Organised by Cofnod (the North Wales Environmental Information Centre), the Bryophyte Microscopy Course will be held on 7th February 2020 at the World Museum in Liverpool from 10.30 to 15.30. The course is aimed at beginners who enjoy field bryology and would like to start using microscopes to take their bryophyte identification one step further.
We will be using the lovely microscopes made available by the Museum and learn basic techniques starting with how to make a slide, then looking at the different parts of a bryophyte plant under the microscope, look at different types of cells, and become familiar with the terminology used in microscopic keys.
Course leader: Lucia Ruffino.
KESS 2 East PhD Scholarship:
The effect of managed honeybees on wild pollinator networks
School of Natural Sciences, Bangor University, Wales
Project ID: BUK2E024
Annual Stipend: £14,483
Application Deadline: 30 November 2019
Cofnod, Intec, Ffordd y Parc, Parc Menai,
Bangor, Gwynedd. LL57 4FG