Jobs and Opportunities
This webpage is for job, volunteering and scholarship opportunities received by the School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography (SENRGy).
If you would like to advertise a job/opportunity on this page, please send details to email@example.com
Posted 18 August 2017
Closing Date: 4th September 2017
Posted 8 August 2017
Swydd Technegydd / Technician Post
Cyngor Gwynedd / Gwynedd Council
Dyddiad cau / Closing Date: 24.08.2017
Posted 7 August 2017
Fixed term contract – 1 year
Closing date: 25th August
Posted 27 July 2017
Closing Date: 13th August 2017
Posted: 14 June 2017
Closing Date: not indicated
Posted: 02 June 2017
Closing Date: not indicated
Posted: 25 May 2017
Join our team of Demonstrators
The College of Natural Sciences is seeking to recruit demonstrators to support teaching, particularly laboratory and field based work. Demonstrating provides an opportunity to gain experience in teaching, which will be an essential aspect of the CV for those wishing to make a career in Higher Education. Prior to the start of the academic year, a list of opportunities will be posted on our website.
Suitably qualified and eligible students, and particularly research students, are encouraged to apply to join our team of demonstrators. Ideally, applicants should be studying for a PhD in a relevant subject, but applicants with other postgraduate qualifications or good Honours degree may be considered. Duties may include assisting with teaching in laboratory classes or field courses in biology, zoology, geography, oceanography, marine sciences, conservation and environmental sciences. Experienced applicants may also assist with marking, tutorials and seminars. Research students should discuss the extent of their contribution with supervisors before applying.
Candidates should complete the online form, indicating particular subject or opportunities they are qualified to assist with, and attached a brief CV. Module Organisers will carry out the selection process, and they will contact successful candidates directly.
The rate of pay is £12.86 per hour for Demonstrators and £20.33 for Tutorial Teaching. Postdoctural researchers are welcome to contribute but cannot be paid additionally if they have employment contracts with the University. Payment will be monthly in arrears on submission of a casual fee payment form and proof of eligibility to work in the UK. Visa nationals may be restricted to either 10 hours or 20 hours per week depending on their individual visas. Authorised form should be submitted to the Finance Hub by the 5th of each month.
Posted: 16 May 2017
Summer Coral Reef Ecology course. This short course will give you the opportunity to learn the theory of tropical marine biology in a field setting, giving a hands-on, real life experience of field ecology.
02/09/2017 - 13/09/2017
Posted: 19 April 2017
Nkonzo Bush Academy - a wildlife academy which offers internships to undergraduate students whose field of study include subjects such as Biology, Ecology, Environmental Science.
Posted: 9 February 2017
Ridge to Reef Expeditions (conservation)
Oana Fauna & Flora, Namibia (3-6 week expeditions)
Posted: 01 February 2017
(June - September 2017)
British Exploring Society
Scholarships and Other Opportunities
Posted 7 August
Project: Transformation of Sitka spruce stands to Continuous Cover Forestry
Closing date: August 14th, 2017
Posted: 6 July 2017
Dream NEW Scholarships - opportunities to study in New Zealand
The “Dream NEW” scholarship is for students from Europe to undertake a semester of undergraduate study in New Zealand. This scholarship has been designed for European students who dream big, crave adventure and set their sights on new horizons. It is for those wanting to realise their vision in the forward-thinking education climate of New Zealand – a country where innovation flourishes, and where people from all over the world come together to follow their dreams.
Grants are offered to support students and early career scientists in furthering their academic and professional careers, and thus their careers. The Fund is administered by a small group of scientists and donors, overseen by the British Society of Soil Science (BSSS).
The Henman Award:
Warren and Beth Henman had a long and close association with Bangor University. Warren studied Forestry, graduating in 1955. Beth first came to Bangor to take up a research post in the Botany Department and later lectured in Botany and Forestry.
The Henmans have made a generous bequest to Bangor University to support students undertaking forestry related research projects. SENRGy wishes to use these awards to support students working on forestry related projects in a country other than the United Kingdom.
There is no deadline and there is no funding limit – applications will be considered on a rolling basis until all the funds are disbursed.
If you wish to apply for a Henman Award, please describe in no more than 500 words:
“The difference a Henman Award will make to my research project”
You must also provide a clear budget, clearly identifying specific costs, with reliable estimates (e.g. flight quotations, accommodation and subsistence costs, etc).
Applications will be judged on their originality and how convincing they are.
Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Henman Award Application’ in the subject line.
Any promotional activity or materials associated with an award must acknowledge the support of The Henman Award. The recipient is also required to draft a press release upon completion of their project, in conjunction with a relevant SENRGy staff member.
A written report will be required to explain how this money has been spent and how it has benefitted the students. In addition, recipients must submit clear, print quality photographs for the Development Office website and other publications. This information will be used to thank the donors and as publicity to encourage future giving to the University.