Applicants should have a 1st Class or 2:1 Bachelor’s degree in a relevant Biological or Psychological subject. A Masters degree is desirable, with a grade (or expected grade) of Merit or Distinction. Experience of working with insects is not essential, but the successful candidate will have experience of independent research with live animals (e.g. through an undergraduate or postgraduate research project) and must be able to provide strong evidence of aptitude and enthusiasm for research in Animal Behaviour, together with a broad knowledge of biological topics and a firm grasp of appropriate statistical methods.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 24.00
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