Marine ecologist with strong projectmanagement skills for marine spatial planning projects at IMARES, the Netherlands

We are looking for

a biologist to participate in (international) project teams, act as a project leader in larger research projects on Marine Spatial planning, develop new tools for marine spatial planning and publish on these in reports and peer reviewed journals. You must be able to present results in a comprehensive way to various stakeholders and our clients. Part of your initial work package includes the management (financially & scientifically) of a large EU research projects on Marine Spatial Planning.

We ask
a marine ecologist with proven management skills in an international setting, with a preference for experience with EU research projects. Experience and insight in current developments in Marine Spatial Planning. Expertise on tools development for Marine Spatial Planning. Willingness and ability to publish on Marine Spatial Planning research in reports and peer reviewed journals.

You should have a firm theoretical background but be open to applied research questions that sometimes have to be answered in short time periods. You should be a team player, an independent thinker, and a creative person who is well able to take initiatives. You should have good communicative skills and be able to perform well in stressful conditions.

Deadline for application: 17th November

For more information contact head of the department Floris Groenendijk (floris.groenendijk@wur.nl) or 0317 487087

http://www.wur.nl/UK/work/Vacancies+New/

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