Full time, permanent and fixed term £23,490 rising to £26,100 over two years + 11% employer pension contribution We are recruiting for two Research Ecologists to join the BTO (one permanent and one fixed term), both will work within the Science Department led by Dr James Pearce-Higgins. One position will be within the Monitoring Team, undertaking analysis and study of the abundance and distribution of bird populations in the UK, on a diverse BTO-wide range of projects related to understanding change, work pertaining to particular geographic regions, land use types or conservation issues such as climate change and non-native species. The second position will be located in either the Terrestrial Ecology Team or the Wetland and Marine Research Team depending on the experience and aptitu

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