We are seeking Conservation Scientists to join the RSPB’s UK Marine Science team in an exciting fixed-term role for a minimum of 6 months, work will be both field-based and analytical/desk-based. The role provides a great opportunity to work at the cutting edge of research to improve our understanding of seabird distribution, movements, and behaviour. The post-holder will lead programmes of seabird tracking, data analysis, and other research to inform the assessment of impacts of offshore renewable energy development on seabirds in the UK. The RSPB provides a supportive and flexible working environment (including home or hybrid working), with commitment to the training and personal development of its staff and volunteers. There is, however, a requirement for extensive travel within th

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