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Principal Investigator (Marine)

We are seeking an experienced researcher with a proven ability to direct field research and write up results for our Marine Research Programmes in Tanzania.

The successful candidate will have a good BSc or MSc in a relevant environmental discipline and experience in underwater marine survey techniques, statistical anaylsis and report-writing. Biodiversity or conservation research experience, ideally in a tropical setting, and a strong PADI diving qualification is crucial. Further to this, experience of managing overseas projects, volunteers and research camps is beneficial. The role will include implementing and developing the research programme and will involve the daily supervision of volunteer Research Assistants, data collection, analysis, and report-writing.
For further information and to apply, follow the link below or send a CV and Cover Letter outlining your suitability for the role to: staff@frontier.ac.uk

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country : Tanzania

job category : Overseas Positions

job type (s): Principal Investigator , Dive Officer

job area (s) : Diving / Research / Administration

deadline for applications : No deadline

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