The RSPB Centre for Conservation Science is looking for a talented and experienced person to join our team providing social science research and evidence to inform the wide portfolio of work of the RSPB. This is a varied and challenging post, reporting directly to our Principal Conservation Social Scientist, Dr Joelene Hughes, within the People Conservation Science section of the Centre. The work programme will span international and UK nature conservation issues, and the post-holder will be expected to balance their own project work with line management of others, occasional training of partners and provision of general evidence-based social science advice to diverse interest groups across RSPB. There will be a focus, though not exclusive, on providing support for projects seeking join

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