Job Opportunities

Website Developer (Information Systems Department)

The post-holder will be expected to play a key role in the technical development of the BTO’s suite of Drupal websites, Intranet and CiviCRM supporter database interface. This includes undertaking updates and patching to Drupal modules and custom code, custom module development, defining types of content and constructing how they are dynamically presented. The role also requires responsibility for technical development and maintenance of services between BTO’s Oracle Database, survey applications and Drupal platforms.

If you don’t have the experience outlined in the JD but think this might be the role for you then please do get in touch to discuss - call William Skellorn on 01842 750050 (or email william.skellorn [at] bto.org

Closing date: 1pm on 21 June 2018
 

Research Ecologist (Wetland and Marine Research Team)

The UK hosts internationally important populations of waterbirds and seabirds. The BTO’s Wetland and Marine Research Team carry out vital research on the ecology of these species, particularly in relation to the impacts of climate change and renewable energy. In recent years this has included a number of high profile projects, both desk-based and in the field, including a programme of work tracking gulls.

This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the work of the team, with a particular focus on leading tracking studies in the field. You will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects on seabirds and waterbirds and to help to apply novel analyses to these data in order to maximise the impact of our work. Join our team and help us better understand the pressures facing seabirds and waterbirds.

We are happy to discuss requests for flexible working at interview.

Closing date: 1pm on 16 July 2018

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