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Subject: Job Advertisement
From: Paul Brickle <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 27 Mar 2008 09:58:22 -0200

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Dear All,

I would be grateful if you could circulate this job advert as widely as possible.

Best wishes and many thanks, Paul.
Project Officer/Benthic Ecologist - Falkland Islands

Project Officer: Falkland Islands Shallow Marine Programme

The Shallow Marine Surveys Group in conjunction with Falklands Conservation is inviting applications from suitably qualified scientists to lead a two-year fully funded investigation into the shallow marine environment of the Falkland Islands. The successful applicant will be an experienced diver with a background in the collection and identification of benthic marine fauna. A solid knowledge of database and GIS systems will also be required. There will be some weekend and after hours work as well as extended field work in remote locations.

Falkland Islands Shallow Marine Programme's objective is to provide baseline data about the wildlife of the shallow marine environment of the Falkland Islands. For a nation comprising over 700 islands and a correspondingly large coastline, little is known about the inshore environment around the Falkland Islands.

*	Salary 26,000/$US52,000 per annum
*	2 year contract

Some of the duties include:
*	Planning and conducting shallow marine surveys and expeditions
*	Managing and building on the National Marine Invertebrates Collection
*	Reviewing the legislation and processes leading to the establishment of Marine Nature Reserves and Marine Protected areas in other countries
*	Planning for the production of a field guide to the shallow marine environment
*	Report writing and contributing to peer reviewed publications.

The ideal candidate should have a PhD or equivalent experience in biology/zoology.
Experience should include:
*	A good knowledge of benthic ecology
*	Marine invertebrate taxonomy
*	The application of modern statistical methods
*	Geographical Information Systems
*	A well documented SCUBA history including cold water diving
*	RIB/motor boat handling qualifications

For further information and a full job description please contact Dr. Paul Brickle ([log in to unmask]) or Wetjens Dimmlich ([log in to unmask]).

Letters of application and CVs should reach Shallow Marine Surveys Group via the e-mail addresses above before 20th April 2008.

Please visit to learn more about the Shallow Marine Surveys Group and for more information about Falklands Conservation.

Dr. Paul Brickle
Fisheries Biologist
Falkland Islands Government Fisheries Department
P. O. Box 598
Stanley, The Falkland Islands.

Fax: +500 27265
Tel: +500 27260 
e-mail: [log in to unmask]

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