– The successful candidate will have a PhD in a discipline relevant for the focal research topic, a distinguished publication record including publications on connectivity, a track-record of international cooperation, some experience in the supervision of PhD students and the writing of applications. – The successful candidate should also be interested in science-policy and cooperation with other disciplines. – Fluency in English in speech and writing is essential, some knowledge of German is of advantage. – We seek a scientist who is highly motivated to work within a team with a broad range of scientific backgrounds and has an interest both in basic and applied biodiversity research.
Scholarship Deadline: 22 July, 2011
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