The successful candidate(s) will be expected to lead and undertake a wide variety of marine wildlife surveys, including marine mammal observations and passive acoustic monitoring, as well as providing general assistance to the project managers, lead scientists and report writers with the production of marine wildlife reports
You will be responsible for the appropriate collection and processing of data both at sea and in the office. This role will require you to work in the office (Great Yarmouth), but we have an expectation that you will spend approximately 120 days at sea per year at locations worldwide.
Applicants will ideally be of degree calibre or equivalent in a relevant discipline and possess an understanding of marine mammals, their biology and identification and must have a proven work history in the field. Applicants should also have deployed and operated Passive Acoustic Monitoring Systems (PAMS). Experience and interest in conducting other types of Environmental Surveys, such as benthic sampling and habitat assessments would be advantageous.
The closing date for this job offer is on 14/02/2019
This job is located in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
The Gardline Group comprises of more than 35 companies operating in a wide variety of business areas and locations worldwide which have grown and developed over time. The main business areas are seabed surveys, marine contracting and mobile satellite communic...