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Principal Investigator (Fiji Marine)

Frontier is looking for a Principal Investigator for our Fiji Marine Research Project, to start in January 2017.

The Principal Investigator co-ordinates the research programme, involving overall supervision of the biological surveys and implementation of community-based conservation projects.


- 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.

For more information or to apply, please send your CV and cover letter to staff@frontier.ac.uk or follow the instructions below.

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country : Fiji

job category : Overseas Positions

job type (s): Principal Investigator

job area (s) : Diving / Research

deadline for applications : No deadline

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