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Date d'inscription : 30/11/2004

MessageSujet: Scab II   Mer 1 Déc à 1:00

Les Anglais recherchent des observateurs de cétacés pour le projet Scan II d'étude des populations de cétacés en atlantique nord et mer du nord. Les prospections se font en avion et bateau.

----- Original Message -----
From: Jan Willem Broekema
To: ECS-TALK@JISCMAIL.AC.UK
Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2004 11:55 PM
Subject: FW: Cetacean Observer job posting

Sea Mammal Research Unit.

Cetacean Observer
Type: Temporary Contract
Salary: £57 per day

Experienced cetacean observers are needed to participate in a major European
project, Small Cetaceans of the European Atlantic and North Sea (SCANS-II).
SCANS-II is supported by the EC Life Nature programme and aims to assess
abundance of small cetaceans in European Atlantic waters and recommend
monitoring methods as part of the development of a management framework for
determining safe bycatch limits.

Observers are required for shipboard and aerial surveys to be conducted over
35 days in summer 2005 (provisional dates 27 June - 31 July). Successful
applicants will be experienced in conducting cetacean field studies and be
able to identify relevant species from ships or aircraft. Participation in
line transect surveys using distance sampling will be an advantage.
Observers must have previous experience of working at sea for extended
periods and/or on aerial surveys, and possess basic IT skills. Completion of
basic safety/survival training for working onboard ships or aircraft is an
advantage.

You will be contracted for a period of 35 days and paid a total of £2000
before deductions. Working hours will vary but will include weekends and be
long during periods of good weather. An ability to work well as part of a
team, commitment, patience, enthusiasm and a sense of humour are essential
personal qualities.

Travel to/from the ship/aircraft will not be covered but food and
accommodation will be provided onboard ship or in a local accommodation
during aerial surveys.

Applications (including a CV and letter of application) should be made to Dr
Kelly Macleod, School of Biology, Gatty Marine Laboratory, University of St
Andrews, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 8LB, (email: km53@st-andrews.ac.uk, +44
(0)1334 462628).

For further details on the SCANS-II project see
http://biology.st-andrews.ac.uk/scans2/

Please quote reference no: KML53/04 Closing date: 31
December 2004
[Jan Willem Broekema]
Please reply to km53@st-andrews.ac.uk
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