Lecturer in Conservation Leadership, Conservation Capacity & Leadership

Application Deadline: 
13 Jun 2019

Salary: £40,795 – £45,000 per annum

Start Date: 1 September 2019

Contract Type: Five-year fixed-term contract, with potential to renew

Location: University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute and Fauna & Flora International, The David Attenborough Building, Cambridge

Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is seeking a suitably qualified person for the position of Lecturer in Conservation Leadership. Physically based in the University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute for the most-part, the Lecturer will deliver the MPhil in Conservation Leadership, working with the Director of the MPhil in Conservation Leadership and members of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative, a collaboration between the University of Cambridge and Cambridge-based conservation organisations (http://www.cambridgeconservation.org/ ). The Lecturer will also contribute to activities around conservation leadership relevant to FFI and carry out interdisciplinary research in natural or social science fields relevant to leadership and the conservation of nature or biodiversity.

The role offers the opportunity to work within a ground-breaking and entrepreneurial organisation, at the forefront of global conservation, together with a world-leading university – with opportunity to apply your skills and expertise where appropriate right across the Cambridge Conservation Initiative partnership. In addition, FFI offers a generous pension contribution, attractive annual leave allowance and life insurance.

Our offices are located in The David Attenborough Building in central Cambridge, just a few minutes’ walk from glorious historic buildings and museums, the picturesque River Cam, the central market and shopping centre, and a host of cafés and restaurants.

 

Please view the following document for further details of the position and how to apply:

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The closing date for applications is Thursday, 13 June 2019.