Research Fellow at UCL’s School: UCL’s School of Life & Medical Sciences in London is offering a Research Fellow position in the Global Biodiversity Change research group led by Dr. Tim Newbold. This role involves contributing to a project modeling biodiversity responses to the interacting effects of climate and land-use change, specifically investigating changes in ecological community composition. The position is funded until September 2024, with potential extension, and offers a hybrid working arrangement.
Designation: Research Fellow
Research Area: Global Biodiversity Change, Ecology, Biodiversity Modeling
Eligibility/Qualification: A PhD in a relevant field is required. Appointment at Grade 7 is dependent upon having been awarded a PhD. Experience in statistics (using the R programming language), research, academic publishing, and oral presentations is essential.
Job Description: The Research Fellow will lead a project investigating how climate change and land use impact the composition of ecological communities globally. This role involves analyzing spatial and temporal turnover in community composition using various global biodiversity databases.
How to Apply: Interested candidates can access the job description and person specification here. For queries about the role, contact Dr. Tim Newbold at firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply online or for assistance with the application process, contact Biosciences staffing at email@example.com.
Last Date for Apply: 11 December 2023
|Research Area||Global Biodiversity Change, Ecology, Biodiversity Modeling|
|Eligibility/Qualification||PhD in a relevant field|
|Job Description||Lead a project on the impacts of climate change and land use on the composition of ecological communities globally|
|How to Apply||Access job description and apply here|
|Last Date for Apply||11-Dec-2023|