Job: Information Scientist

8/15/15 –  Information Scientist
Freshwater Biological Association, Windermere, Cumbria, UK

 

The FBA is a charity dedicated to the understanding and the sustainable management of fresh waters around the globe. Founded in 1929, we are a membership organisation with a rich history and we pride ourselves on being one of the finest sources of freshwater information in the world.

The work that we do together with the resources and facilities that we provide are incredibly important. This is increasingly so as along with others we seek to understand and promote the effective management of our rivers and lakes to ensure the sustainable use of freshwaters.

Like the ecosystems we seek to protect and nourish, the FBA is an organisation that is not immune to external threats and changes in the environment in which it operates. We, like many other charitable organisations, have seen our role change over the last few years and have a new strategy in response to these changes.

This is a new role offering you the scope not only to make your mark, but also to contribute to making a genuinely lasting legacy for generations to come. In this role you will lead on the maintenance, development and promotion of the FBA’s collections and information sources to all of our audiences.

Salary: £27,500 – £30,000

How to apply:

NFP Consulting is our recruiting partner for this vacancy.  A full candidate information pack can be downloaded via the NFP Consulting website: www.nfpconsulting.co.uk

Closing date: 10.00 a.m. Tuesday 1st September 2015

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