WWT’s Conservation Evidence department comprises a rapidly growing team of scientists, which provides the evidence that underpins the work of WWT. We use a wide range of inter-disciplinary methods across the social and ecological sciences to deliver high-quality conservation science. We work in collaboration with multiple NGO and academic partners, and a number of PhD students, across the UK and overseas. Above all, we have impact: our research diagnoses problems and identifies solutions, and in doing so we shape policy and action for global wetland conservation. The Ecosystem Health and Social Dimensions Unit (EHSD) sits within the Conservation Evidence department and is seeking a talented, motivated and enthusiastic individual to lead a varied programme of scientific research for pr

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