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Subject: Fish biologist position in Scotland
From: Chris Cutts <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 10 Apr 2003 11:30:39 +0100
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A job position for interested candidates on the West Coast of Scotland:

LOCHABER & DISTRICT FISHERIES TRUST

ASSISTANT BIOLOGIST

The Trust is seeking an Assistant Biologist to expand it's role in fisheries
conservation in Lochaber.  Candidates should possess at least a B.Sc. in
biological science and have some knowledge of fisheries management.  You
will assist the Senior Biologist within the framework of the Trust's work
programme which includes research, management and advice.  Field working
experience is desirable as is experience in data handling and report
writing.  Starting salary 15,000.  Closing date 23 April 2003.

For information on how to apply contact Nicola Bissett.  Tel: 01397 703728
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Christopher J Cutts
Finfish Research Officer
Seafish Marine Farming Unit
Ardtoe
Acharacle
Argyll PH36 4LD
Tel: Int+44+(0)1397 875304
Fax: Int+44+(0)1397 875001



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