The SwedBio programme at Stockholm Resilience Centre is recruiting a new Director, closing date for applications is 31 August 2018. Main responsibilities include providing strategic and inspiring leadership of the SwedBio team (including hiring and management of staff), developing matters that are of strategic importance to SRC together with others in the SRC leadership, leading the preparation of funding proposals, annual work plans and reports to Sida and other donor or partner organisations.
We are now hiring an experienced data scientist to reinforce two research projects: Baltic Health Index project and the BLUEWEBS project. The Baltic Health Index project will apply the Ocean Health Index framework to the Baltic Sea with the aim to initiate the development of an integrative and transparent tool that can be used by decision-makers to guide management of the Baltic Sea region towards increased sustainability. The BONUS BLUEWEBS project will investigate the development and consequences of novel food webs using innovative data analyses such as big data analytics, cutting edge trait-based ecology, ecological network analysis and modelling. The selected candidate will lead the data-related activities. He/she will also have the opportunity to be part of the onsite collaboration with the Ocean Health Index team in California, where part of the analysis will occur during 2019. Application deadline is 31 August 2018.
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