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Position: Junior Scientist (tenure track) or Senior Scientist in Marine Macrozoobenthos Dynamics
Institution: Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
Location: 't Horntje, Texel, North Holland, Netherlands
Duties: using ecophysiological measurements to gain a cause-and-effect understanding of how abiotic and biotic factors interact to impact the vital rates (growth, reproduction, survival) of macrozoobenthic organisms; employing field sampling and experiments to understand processes shaping the distribution and productivity of macrozoobenthic taxa and ecosystem-level resilience to change; applying cellular and molecular measures including genetics to understand the trophodynamic structure and function of macrozoobenthic communities
Requirements: You have a PhD plus relevant Post-doctoral or other professional research experience in ecology, marine science or a closely related discipline and a strong track record of process investigations on macrozoobenthic organisms and/or communities. You have an affinity for addressing ecological questions using a collaborative, cross-disciplinary, state-of-the-art approach. You are ready to lead an effective research team including the mentoring of early career scientists, building active collaboration at NIOZ research facilities. You have demonstrated success at building national and international research collaboration and a strong track record of publishing in peer-reviewed journals
   
Text: Junior Scientist (tenure track) or Senior Scientist in Marine Macrozoobenthos Dynamics using ecophysiological measurements to gain a cause-and-effect understanding of how abiotic and biotic factors interact to impact the vital rates (growth, reproduction, survival) of macrozoobenthic organisms; employing field sampling and experiments to understand processes shaping the distribution and productivity of macrozoobenthic taxa and ecosystem-level resilience to change; applying cellular and molecular measures including genetics to understand the trophodynamic structure and function of macrozoobenthic communities You have a PhD plus relevant Post-doctoral or other professional research experience in ecology, marine science or a closely related discipline and a strong track record of process investigations on macrozoobenthic organisms and/or communities. You have an affinity for addressing ecological questions using a collaborative, cross-disciplinary, state-of-the-art approach. You are ready to lead an effective research team including the mentoring of early career scientists, building active collaboration at NIOZ research facilities. You have demonstrated success at building national and international research collaboration and a strong track record of publishing in peer-reviewed journals
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