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Researcher Position

The Marine Environment Research Association – AIMM is recruiting a Researcher to join its team!

The successful candidate will be expected to work effectively within a small team and will get involved in the multiple tasks of our NGO, such as, research projects and educational activities, logistics and administration management. Position with a fulltime contract and competitive salary. More details will be given to selected candidates for interview.

Ideal candidates for this paid position will:

  • have a background in Biostatistics, Biological or Environmental Sciences

  • hold a PhD degree (awarded or to be awarded soon) in a relevant area

  • have good knowledge of data analysis

  • have experience in scientific and technical writing

  • have experience in writing and submitting grant application

  • have Portuguese nationality (highly desirable) or EU nationality (mandatory)

  • be fluent in Portuguese (mandatory) and English

  • have demonstrated capacity to work independently and a proactive attitude at work

  • have proven experience in team leadership and group supervision

  • be highly motivated, versatile and responsible

  • be organised with genuine attention to details

  • be available to start working in May 2021

To apply please send a copy of your CV (including two references)  and motivation letter written in Portuguese or English to hr@aimmportugal.org  with the subject "Investigador 2021". Motivation letter should describe applicant experience, long term research, interests and background (age, gender, work/life experience, etc).

Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, age, sex, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Applications need to be submitted by 15 April, 2021.


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