We are currently seeking applications for a Fish Biologist in the Ecology and Conservation Group within the Marine Ecosystems Team at the Marine Scotland Marine Laboratory, Victoria Road, Aberdeen. The Marine Ecosystems Team conducts multi-disciplinary research and monitoring, providing advice to deliver healthy and biologically diverse seas. This is a challenging scientific research role within a busy group and you will be involved in the delivery of varied research projects. Your work will cover all aspects of the scientific process from data collection, compilation and analysis to the production of reports and peer reviewed manuscripts.
You must hold a BSc or equivalent degree in Marine Biology, Zoology or a relevant subject. You must also have in-depth knowledge of fish biology, especially related to population structure, recruitment, growth and reproduction and a proven ability to apply this knowledge. You will have good analytical skills and the ability to contribute to the process of publishing work in the scientific literature. This is a permanent and pensionable appointment. New entrants will normally start on the minimum of the pay range. Candidates with a disability who meet the minimum criteria for the appointment will be invited to assessment centre.
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Completed applications must be submitted by Wednesday 11 July 2012 at Midnight. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified people and aim to employ a diverse workforce which reflects the people of Scotland.