Ocean Ecology: Seabed Imagery Analysts - UK based

  • Blue Economy and Recruitment Consultancy S.L
  • Oban, UK
  • 28/06/2024
Office work Conservation and ecology Marine research Oceanography

Job Description

WHY OCEAN ECOLOGY?

We are a leading marine environmental consultancy specialising in providing survey, technical and advisory services to organisations delivering and governing the global blue economy. We recently became part of DNV, the world’s leading classification society and advisor to the maritime industry. This merger has enabled an exciting expansion of our services and client base throughout the UK and internationally.

 

WHY APPLY?

These new roles will provide unique opportunities to work in and help shape a growing and dynamic organisation alongside a team of passionate marine scientists. We offer industry competitive salaries commensurate with experience, with associated benefits including private health options, extensive training opportunities and a flexible working policy.

These roles will be based in the UK at our Oban or Gloucester offices.

SEABED IMAGERY ANALYSTS

Successful applicants will be responsible for the analysis, interpretation and reporting of seabed imagery data collected from various surveys. The role involves using advanced imaging technologies and software to assess seabed characteristics, identify geological and biological features.

The following will be essential to be considered for this post:

• A clear and demonstrable passion for marine science;
• A conscientious and enthusiastic attitude;
• An appreciation of the need to work to tight timeframes within a commercial setting;
• A BSc degree in marine biology (or similar marine related discipline).
• Demonstrable knowledge of North East Atlantic benthic species identification.

Other desirable skills/experience include:

• Experience in analysis and interpretation of seabed imagery;
• Knowledge/understanding of UK seabed habitats;
• Knowledge of marine habitat/species regulations in the UK and further afield;
• Experience in identification of macrobenthic species from deepwater, temperate, tropical, sub-tropical and/or deep-water environments.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Please submit your CV and covering letter to recruitment@ocean-ecology.com. Closing date for applications: 18th July 2024.

* Please note, we may close this position earlier in case of finding successful candidates.

Career level

Junior, Senior

Career options

Non academic career