|Salary:||£34,304 to £40,927 p.a. (Grade 7)|
|Placed On:||29th July 2022|
|Closes:||30th August 2022|
The successful candidate will be expected to develop their own programme of funded research into fisheries indicators and how they relate to the stock and the wider ecosystem specifically in data poor species such as shellfish, the selection of indicators and their sensitivity to fishing effort and wider ecosystem status.
The successful candidate will be expected to commence on 1st October 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter.
The successful candidate will actively contribute to the School’s interdisciplinary ethos and exploit the wide range of expertise available in the School, College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering and across Colleges within the University. Working locally, regionally and internationally, they will build links with Welsh and UK-wide industry, coastal communities and governments and international organisations to inform policy development and sustainable resource management.
The candidate will also be expected to take advantage of the RV Prince Madog (35m offshore research vessel) and fleet of smaller boats for inshore fisheries field work.
Teaching and administrative duties will include research and teaching of marine biology at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels across a range of modules.