Conservation Biology Lectureship
d.j.hutchinson at uea.ac.uk
Mon Mar 13 07:58:11 EST 2000
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Conservation Biology (1 Lectureship) Ref: AC292
Candidates for this lectureship should have a strong research background in
population biology (e.g. ecology, genetics or behaviour) and a track record
of addressing conservation issues either empirically or theoretically. The
new lecturer will be joining a group of 15 faculty with interests in
conservation, ecology and evolution from the Schools of Biological and
Environmental Sciences. There is also the potential for strong links with
our Affiliated Institutes: the British Trust for Ornithology and Centre for
Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS).
Informal enquiries to Professor Bill Sutherland. Tel: 01603 592778, email:
w.sutherland at uea.ac.uk
All of the posts are immediately available, but the specific starting dates
are to be mutually agreed.
Salaries for all Lectureship posts will be on the Academic Salary Scale
Lecturer A or B in the range of £17,238 to £30,065 per annum or on the
Senior Lectureship/Reader salary scale £31,563 to £35,670 per annum
according to attainment and experience.
Informal enquiries should be addressed to the faculty listed above, while
further information on the positions and the School can be found at
Application forms for all of the posts together with further particulars can
be obtained from the Personnel Office, University of East Anglia, Norwich
NR4 7TJ (answer phone 01603 593493), email: Personnel at uea.ac.uk quoting the
appropriate reference number. The closing date for all applications is 17
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