We are always excited to welcome new people to our community and are committed to thinking, researching and studying globally - addressing the grand challenges of our age on issues such as climate change, security, sustainability, hazards and resilience, mobility, and urbanisation. We embrace different ways of working and thinking across the discipline and beyond that complement and extend the reach and impact of our geographical scholarship. Our current openings are all listed below.
We seek people who are at the forefront of current key debates and will shape future ones. We seek people who value processes and outcomes, who hold the very highest standards in their research and teaching; who have a capacity and willingness for innovation and transformation in their research in ways that shape geographical understandings or who identify and pursue new areas of interdisciplinary enquiry.
We expect to appoint people who drive research agendas while supporting a collegial culture of collective endeavour, openness and mutual respect; who demonstrate and welcome excellence across a diversity of theoretical and empirical approaches. Academics who inspire the students they teach and demand the best from them as they do from themselves. Scholars who, whilst delivering the highest quality education and research, also recognise the importance of the public benefit of their work through critical engagement with non-academic communities nationally and internationally.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Seabird Distribution and Ecology
Salary: £33, 797 - £35, 845 per annum
Type: Fixed Term - Full Time