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Subject: Vacancy in the Falkland Islands
From: Paul Brickle <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 16 Sep 2021 11:19:09 +0000

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Dear All, 
Greetings from the Falkland Islands again. Another great vacancy in the Falkland Islands. I would be grateful if you would circulate around your networks. 
Best wishes, Paul. 
Quantitative Marine Ecology in the Falkland Islands 
Working in partnership with Falkland Islands Government, Falkland Islands Fishing Industry, British Antarctic Survey, Oregon State University and the Shallow Marine Surveys Group, this new strategic role within SAERI will bring together stakeholders and the local community, to understand climate change impacts to Falklands fisheries and marine ecosystems. Ultimately, the role will inform climate change adaptation and resilience. 
Salary Band D starting from £34,412 
Flights and relocation grant included 
Support climate change research with your skills and expertise as a marine scientist in the Falkland Islands 
SAERI is recruiting a Quantitative Marine Ecologist to help inform climate change adaptation in Falkland Islands fisheries and marine ecosystems. The Falklands coastal landscapes and seascapes are susceptible to climate change but the Falklands have not had an opportunity to assess the impacts that climate change will have on fisheries and marine ecosystems. Therefore, Falklands are unable to mainstream climate change adaptation into Fisheries and Oceans governance.  Specifically, this newly developed role will: 
1.       Quantify the ecosystem roles of key species 
2.       With partners to determine physiological tolerances and acclimation of key species 
3.       Develop and use an ecosystem model/s to evaluate consequences of predicted change and to develop tools for ecosystems approaches to fisheries and ocean management 
Main Essential criteria: 
·         PhD in Marine Sciences/mathematical ecology, related field 
·         Numerate with experience with statistical modelling, ideally with experience in ecosystems modelling 
Further information can be obtained from Arlene Bowers by emailing [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> 
Apply online at 
By 15th October 2021 
Dr Paul Brickle 
Executive Director 
South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute (SAERI) ● Honorary Reader, School of Biological Sciences, University of Aberdeen 
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