The RSPB Centre for Conservation Science is looking for a talented person to join our People Conservation Science section. You will be providing social science research and evidence to inform a new project working with first-time UK home-buyers to investigate gardening behaviours. The project is looking at motivations around the use of greenspaces (personal and public), barriers to engagement with wildlife in these spaces, interventions (particularly digital) that may help address some barriers, and how information, activities and behaviours spread throughout communities. This is a new, exciting, 18-month fixed-term post, reporting directly to our Principal Conservation Social Scientist, Dr Joelene Hughes. The post requires you to have a doctorate, a good working knowledge of relevant s

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