£24,000 to £29,000pa (Salary will depend on experience)
Salary:£24,000 to £29,000pa (Salary will depend on experience)
Reporting to: Head of Evidence and Environmental Law
Closing Date: 11 September 2022
We are looking for a scientist with a background in conservation, ecology or related fields and an excellent understanding of data analysis. The successful individual will ensure the development of a comprehensive evidence base to underpin BASC’s conservation strategy and enhance the credibility, reputation, and influence of BASC amongst all stakeholders.
The role includes tasks such as the undertaking of research in key areas of shooting where evidence gaps are identified, the publication of papers on key conservation issues related to shooting, the provision of scientific research for BASC’s evidence-led policy work, and the provision of opportunities for Citizen Science projects to show how shooters are supporting the environment.
This position would suit a committed graduate or an early career professional. Affinity with shooting and conservation essential.
BASC - the British Association for Shooting and Conservation is a membership organisation and a national representative body for sporting shooting.
We have five strategic objectives:
Our mission is to promote and protect sporting shooting and the well-being of the countryside throughout the United Kingdom and overseas.