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Field Technician Vacancy at Durham University (closed)

Job Description

Durham University is seeking to appoint a Field Technician to provide general support for the River Eden Demonstration Test Catchments (Eden DTC) project. The project is developing a large-scale research platform to test measures for reducing diffuse pollution from agriculture. It will consider the impacts and effects on both ecosystems and sustainable production. The project started in spring 2010 and will last initially for four years. This is a fixed term appointment and will last for 42 months or until 31st March 2014, whichever is sooner.

The post is primarily field based and will involve significant amount of time working in the River Eden, from a satellite office at the Newton Rigg campus of the University of Cumbria.

Reference Number 0314

Location Science Site, Durham

Faculty/Division Social Sciences and Health

Grade Grade 6

Position Type Full Time

Contract Type Fixed Term

Salary (£) 23566 – 25001

Closing Date 22 September 2010

Driving Licence: Full UK driving licence required

The full details of the post are here, if you have specific questions, please contact Dr Sim Reaney (sim.reaney at dur.ac.uk) for further information regarding this post using the form below:

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About the Author: Dr. Sim Reaney is a catchment hydrologist and modeller based in the Department of Geography at Durham University.

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