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37.5 hours per week
Salary £27,404 per annum
Bristol Zoological Society is a conservation charity that works in 10 countries around the world in applied conservation and runs two zoos and a number of Higher Education programmes in collaboration with university/college partner institutions. We are looking for a positive, dynamic and experienced individual to join our team with broad academic knowledge, practical experience and/or understanding of sustainability, environmental management and conservation. Experience in relevant research and methods (environmental management, sustainable resource use) and application of those methods is required. Experience in HE curriculum development from concept to delivery is also required, as well experience in post-graduate or undergraduate dissertation supervision to completion. Your role will be crucial in helping us complete our mission of saving wildlife together and expanding our excellent Higher Education programmes. The contract is for 5 days (37.5 hours)/week.
HE Teaching and Supervision: The successful applicant will lead module(s) (undergraduate or masters level) and supervise and mark research projects at both undergraduate and postgraduate level
HE Programme Development: Lead the development of a new HE provision focused on applied sustainability (e.g., procurement, energy use, and environmental strategies) with HE partners
Applied Sustainability Project Management: Using the 2020-2025 sustainability strategy for the Society, lead on research and apply results relating to sustainable use of resources within the Society, alongside the Head of the Field Conservation and Science Department and other directorates as appropriate.
There may be occasions when the post holder is requested to work in other Society locations, or carry out other duties considered reasonable by the Society or its representatives