Science has always been the heart of Kew’s purpose. With some 350 members of staff, Kew Science has an extensive research programme that spans the study of genes through to ecosystems – from the analysis of genomes to the discovery and identification of new species and the impact of climate change on the wild relatives of crops. Our collections, our people and our partnerships enable us to make an invaluable and highly relevant contribution to some of the biggest issues facing the global population, such as biodiversity loss and climate change. We do this through research, conservation, training and inspiring others about the importance of plant and fungal science. We are now looking to appoint an outstanding individual as our new Deputy Director of Science (Operations). Reporting t

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