|Contract Type||Temporary, Full Time (18 months from start of contract)|
|Location||Inverness, Nature Scot, IV3 8NW, GB|
|Deadline||12 noon on 6 August 2021|
|Internal interviews scheduled||18 August 2021|
|External interviews scheduled||31 August 2021|
NatureScot is offering a temporary, full-time post within NatureScot’s Marine Ecosystems Activity. The successful candidate will be part of a small team working on our seabed habitat monitoring, assessment and reporting programme. This post will directly contribute to the development and delivery of NatureScot’s new approach to marine biodiversity monitoring under the Scottish MPA Monitoring Strategy. The post will have specific responsibilities in relation to the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining habitat Sea‐pen and burrowing megafauna communities, including delivery of a status assessment in early 2022 and development of imagery analysis methods. The post holder will plan and participate in boat-based seabed habitat surveys in 2022 and analyse the data collected to inform future reports to the Scottish Parliament on the status of the MPA network.
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For information regarding the vacancy, please contact:
Ben James, Vacancy Manager (Marine Monitoring and Evidence Manager) (between 8-13 July) or Laura Steel / Lisa Kamphausen (Marine Ecology Advisers) (between 14 July-6 August).
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