Vacancy: Postdoctoral Fellow for Forest Dynamics Research in the Long-Term Ecological Observatories (LTEO) programmeMon, 2021-08-02 16:20
- Ability to independently facilitate meetings and attention to detail and planning.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English as demonstrated in scientific publications.
- Quantitative skills including study design and statistical analysis in R (preferably) or other tools.
Candidates with the following additional qualifications/skills will be preferred:
- Experience with field work at multiple sites.
Remuneration: Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and work experience within the range of Rs.50,000/- to Rs. 60,000/- per month (in accordance with GOI PDF scales).
How to apply:
- Submit a complete CV along with a cover letter (not exceeding one page) clearly conveying why you consider yourself a suitable candidate for this position.
- Provide the names of two referees along with their contact details in the CV
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
This position will be filled as soon as a suitable candidate is identified; interested individuals are therefore requested to apply immediately. Short listed candidates will be invited for virtual or in-person interviews in September 2021.
Please email your application to: Lteo.email@example.com with a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject ‘PDF LTEO Forest Dynamics.’
The Centre for Ecological Sciences, founded in 1983 with the support of the Ministry of Environment and Forests offers exciting opportunities for research in a variety of areas in ecology. Over the past 25 years, and more, we have instilled a tradition of rigorous enquiry in diverse areas of ecology, evolution and behavior. Our projects are often integrative and we use multiple approaches from theoretical and laboratory studies to field-based research to explore our research questions. A number of our research areas are breaking new ground in ecology while others have significant roles in conservation.
The Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change is launching the Long-Term Ecological Observatories (LTEO) Programme, a multi-institutional, multi-disciplinary, all India coordinated project, which will be led by the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru. In its first phase, the LTEO programme will monitor a range of themes and taxa across the Indian subcontinent including soil, forests, grasslands, invertebrates, fish, herpetofauna, birds, animal movement and marine ecosystems. The work will be initiated at 6 index sites representing different biomes including the Northwestern Arid Zone, Western Himalaya, Eastern Himalaya, Central India, Western Ghats and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The entire project will be managed by a Coordination Cell at the Indian Institute of Science.
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