Otolith Reader Scottish Government - Coastal and Offshore Fisheries Network Aberdeen
Posted: 10 January 2019
Closing: 05 February 2019
Category: Non MASTS
|£28891 - £33094|
|Hours||Around 37.00 per week|
|Closing Date||05 February 2019 at midnight|
|Employment Type||Permanent Employee|
We are currently seeking applications for an Otolith Reader within the Coastal and Offshore Fisheries Network based in Aberdeen. This is a permanent and pensionable appointment and new entrants will normally start on the minimum of the pay range. Candidates with a disability who meet the essential criteria below will be invited to the assessments.
The successful candidate will join the Fisheries Data Collection team consisting of 19 scientists collecting data as part of the stock assessment process. The role involves the use of microscopy techniques to determine ages of fish species important to the Scottish fishing industry. The job holder will also: line-manage and train colleagues; undertake data entry; participate in quality assurance of other readers; and there may be the possibility for survey and market sampling work as well as occasional attendance at national and international meetings.
For jobs in Band B & C you must hold a minimum of 3 Highers or equivalent.
Other qualifications equivalent to these may also be acceptable, if you are in any doubt please contact to discuss.
Please note: If you fail to demonstrate how you meet the minimum qualifications as stated above, your application will be automatically sifted out.
1. Good organisational skills, with an ability to plan and prioritise work and use your own initiative.
2. Experienced in undertaking age determination of a wide variety of species and aptitude for learning new species.
3. Evidence of accurate scientific data recording and entry
4. Experience of training and managing colleagues conducting scientific data collection.
For further information on this vacancy please download and review the “Person Specification and Further Information for Job Applicants” which you will find below. To apply, you must fully complete and submit an online application via this website before the closing date. To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Nabeil Salama who can be reached at email@example.com or 01312443205.
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