£15,500 - £17,000 (Pro Rata) 20 hours per week
The Freshwater Biological Association is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Facilities Assistant at its Ferry Landing offices on the western side of Windermere.
The Freshwater Biological Association is a small independent charity with offices in Windermere and Dorset, promoting the sustainable management of freshwater ecosystems and resources. Based in Windermere, the Facilities Assistant will support the Facilities Manager in maintaining its Windermere Estate.
If you are interested and would like to know more, then please email email@example.com or call 015394 42468
Please note, applications will be considered on receipt and interviews will take place over the coming weeks.
Clyde Salmon Homecoming conference
On World Fish Migration Day, Saturday 21 May 2016, the Clyde River Foundation is holding a one-day conference at the University of Glasgow entitled ‘Clyde Salmon Homecoming – the Status and Future of Salmon in the River Clyde’.
The return of the iconic Atlantic salmon to the River Clyde is possibly the biggest good-news story in freshwater biology. This event marks 30 years since the Institute of Fisheries Management 1986 conference which was convened to 'discuss the implications of the return of Atlantic salmon after an absence of more than 100 years'. The conference is aimed at anyone with an interest in the ecology of the Clyde system and will discuss current distribution, population monitoring, threats and future developments in research, habitat improvement and education work.
Confirmed speakers include Dr Colin Bean (SNH), Dr Phil McGinnity (University College Cork), Professor Neil Metcalfe (University of Glasgow), Paul Reid (River Clyde Fisheries Management Trust) and Dr Willie Yeomans (Clyde River Foundation).The Clyde River Foundation is grateful to our conference sponsors which, to date, include the Strathgryfe Angling Association and Mid Clyde Angling Association.
Tickets are free and available at https://clydesalmonhomecoming.eventbrite.co.uk
Eawag 2-Year Postdoctoral Fellowship
To conduct research in any field in the area of aquatic science and technology hosted within one of 12 Research Departments at Eawag, the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology.
Eawag focuses on cutting-edge research that is driven by the needs of society and leads to significant advances in the aquatic sciences. Innovative approaches and technologies for the sustainable management and use of water are developed through collaborations among natural and social scientists and engineers.
Details of the post can be found on their website, here. Closing date for applications is 11 April 2016 to start between September and December 2016.
Date posted: 12-Feb-2016