This role will be contractually based at one of the Cefas sites, Lowestoft or Weymouth. Cefas welcomes flexible working and is open to a hybrid approach of working from home and in an office. The purpose of this role is to develop social science research within Cefas around the attitudes, motivations, and behaviours of marine recreational fishers that informs policy and management. This post will support an internationally respected, dynamic, and interdisciplinary team that provides advice directly to government on recreational fisheries. The research will focus on assessing marine recreational fishers’ responses to management, social benefits, and societal impacts. This will include both working within teams to delive

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