Full-time Fixed Term
37.5 hours per week
Salary £26,999 per annum
The Bristol Zoological Society is a conservation charity that works in 10 countries around the world in applied conservation and runs a number of Higher Education programmes in collaboration with the Higher Education partner institutions. We are looking for a dynamic and experienced individual to join our team with broad academic knowledge, experience and/or understanding of social research in conservation. Topics could include environmental anthropology, human-wildlife interactions, sustainable development, community engagement. Experience with relevant social research methods and applications is required. Your role will be crucial in helping us complete our mission of saving wildlife together and deliver excellent Higher Education programmes. The contract is for 5 days (37.5 hours)/week.
HE Teaching and Supervision: The successful applicant will lead two undergraduate modules and supervise and mark research projects at both undergraduate and postgraduate level
Conservation Project Management: Contribute to the development and management of BZS Kordofan giraffe conservation project in northern Cameroon, alongside the Head of the Field Conservation and Science Department. Liaise with field team and project partners in the UK and in Cameroon. This aspect of the role will require a working knowledge of French and experience and/or understanding of social research in conservation.
There may be occasions when the post holder is requested to work in other company locations, or carry out other duties considered reasonable by the Society or its representatives
Please send your CV, including a list of your relevant experience, scientific publications, and cover letter, to email@example.com using the subject line: Lecturer in Conservation Science. Closing date is 27th June, 2019 at 5 pm (UK).
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