Environment Marine Principal Investigator – Tenerife
To co-ordinate the research programme, involving overall supervision of the biological surveys and implementation of community-based conservation projects.
GENERAL OUTLINE OF THE ROLE
– To take overall responsibility for the leadership of the project
– Development and implementation of the research programme
– To liaise, develop and maintain relationships with collaborators
– Supervision and training of junior staff
– Management, support, training and motivation of volunteers / research assistants
– Preparation of project reports and publication of results in scientific journals
– Preparation of project and funding proposals with the Project Coordinator or Country Coordinator and Research and Development and Operations Managers (London HQ)
– Representing the technical side of the project when liaising with relevant authorities, research institutes and international agencies
– Assist with project logistics and administration
MAIN DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES
-To manage all members of the project field staff, supervise all aspects of their survey work and provide accredited and non-accredited training where necessary to achieve the project objectives
– To develop and implement a standard work programme to cover each survey component namely socio-economic survey work and biological work including cetacean identification surveys; stakeholder engagement surveys; population mapping and behavioural observations.
– To manage, support and develop volunteers / research assistants in all aspects of their participation on the project
– To supervise the collection and processing of accurate field data and specimen collections for all survey components
– To ensure that the specimens collected are appropriately preserved and delivered to the relevant taxonomist for identification
– To liaise with taxonomists to ensure the timely identification of specimens and the incorporation of an accurate species list in each technical report
– To produce technical reports, scientific papers and project planning documents to a schedule agreed with the Research and Development and Operations Managers
– To assist the Operations and Research and Development Managers with technical information required for the production of project planning documents and specific funding proposals
– To manage and supervise the maintenance of project resources
– To liaise with other relevant organisations, including the project funding organisation, the local University, and individuals to develop the project and its scientific resources, particularly relevant scientific references
– To provide the Operations and Research and Development Managers with regular progress updates
– Assist with the logistical operations relating to the project including administration and management of finances; production of accounts and reports; allocation, use and maintenance of project resources; management of local staff; and supervision of the activities of and ensuring the health and safety of project staff, volunteers and host country participants.
TERMS and CONDITIONS
Contract Duration: 12 months, possibility of an extension
Accommodation: Basic accommodation provided at field project
Travel: Capped contribution to international airfare plus internal travel as necessary to the fulfilment of duties.
Insurance and Admin: Employer’s liability insurance provided.
Subsistence: Food provided on project site. Subsistence allowance provided off project site.
Salary: £600- £800 (per annum) on successful completion of contract depending on a candidate’s experience, qualifications, and availability plus £500-£1000 end of contract bonus and £50 per peer reviewed publication at the manager’s discretion.
Training: pre-departure training provided.
Position to commence Summer 2019
How to ApplyTo apply please send your availability along with CV and cover letter outlining your motivations for the role to email@example.com
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