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Source: NABU – Naturschutzbund DeutschlandHelmholtz Center for Environmental Research UFZ is looking for scientific staff
As part of a project coordinated by NABU and financed by the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation, the Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research is looking for a researcher on the topic of orchards in Germany by March 1 at the latest.
Orchard meadow – Photo: NABU / Elke Dahl
December 19, 2020 – The Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research – UFZ is looking for a scientific employee (d / f / m) on the subject of orchards in Germany in the Department of Nature Conservation Research by March 1, 2021 at the latest. As part of a project coordinated by NABU and financed by the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation, the position is to create an overview of the ecological significance, stock situation and causes of stock changes in orchards in Germany and derive options for action from this Extended duration of up to 12 months.) Task area: Nationwide overview of the quantitative inventory situation and development as well as of selected model communities on the basis of publications, reports, map and aerial photo comparisons ) The hazard profile: We are looking for a committed biologist, geographer, landscape planner or comparable scientist with an appropriate background. A degree in a relevant field is expected Studies, also a doctorate, good knowledge of the protection of endangered habitatsExperience / interest in the preparation of scientific knowledge for practical useVery good communication and teamwork skillsIndependence in work organizationVery good spoken and written German and English language skillsThe place of work is Leipzig. Applications can be submitted until January 3, 2021 be submitted via the online portal with a letter of motivation, curriculum vitae (without photo, age, information on marital status) and relevant attachments.Further information can be found here on the website of the Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research UFZ.
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