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If you're interested in getting a job in marine it can be difficult, but it
really depends on the particular job you are interested in. Here are some
websites which may help you find the job you are looking for. If not you
could always volunteer to help on one of the many marine based projects in
the UK or abroad.
Jobs Direct: Whether you are a school leaver or you are a professional looking for a career
change, we hope the information on this
website, compiled by professionals with
over 30 years experience within the animal
care sector, will help you achieve your
click in opportunities for vacancies.
Job Service conservation related opportunities.
growing source of vacancies in the marine science field.
Data Services jobs and information on environmental consultancies.
Agency You'll find lots of information here about career opportunities across England
and Wales, our different business areas and roles, what it's like to
work for us, our benefits and how to apply.
Newspaper advertises jobs for Research Assistants, Graduate Teaching
Assistants and Lecturers (Tuesday), occasional jobs in the environment
and the public sector on Wednesday
in Research, Science, Academic & Related Professions.
Biologist Jobs: UK attractions seeking fishy people.
Careers.net - general site
ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH COUNCIL information on and jobs in UK marine institutes.
Recruitment: This site is independently owned and funded by Marine Recruitment Co. Ltd - This service is provided free (for personal, non-commercial use) to maritime
personnel ashore or afloat, graduates with a relevant degree and people
considering a career at sea. Companies are charged a highly competitive
rate to advertise jobs and use the other recruitment tools on offer.
in the natural environment
main source of science jobs in the UK, also accessible through.
of Opportunity - Society for Underwater Technology
a sucessful jobsite site totally dedicated to science jobs. We provide
job search services for laboratory, biology, chemistry, forensic science,
clinical research, food science, biomedical science, oil and gas, geophysics,
I.T. and more science based sectors jobs."
Environment Post general environmental opportunities
GREEN directory ecology, environmental and conservation opportunities
TIMES HIGHER EDUCATIONAL SUPPLEMENT JOBS for Research Assistants and Graduate Teaching Assistants.
Wildlife Fund jobs page.
The following may have occasional relevant vacancies:
Government related sector
Many agencies advertise jobs on their own web pages
for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science
for Environment Food and Rural Affairs
General Jobs in the Public Sector
SERVICE RECRUITMENT GATEWAY
government talent:jobs jobs in local government
and Voluntary Sector Community
Some Government departments recruit via CAPITA
interested in fields such as the water
industry, coastal zone management and work
in diving or aquaculture should check additional
vacancies sources and check with a Careers
available to all Graduates
Over 40% of graduate vacancies are for graduates of any subject, these include,
Accountancy, Marketing, IT, General Management and many others. Good sources
of information for these vacancies can be found on ww.gradsouthwest.com our
shared database with other South West Universities, advertising local, national,
voluntary and placement vacancies. We advise you to register and we will email
you with relevant job opportunities which match your requirements.
at the sources of general graduate jobs
in the jobs section of our site, including
information on taking proactive approaches
to job seeking.
a range of jobs
to above website
a wide range of graduate vacancies including
national and international
Information on a wide range of careers can be found from Information
for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and
Biological Association The MBA is a Learned Society and one of the UK's leading marine biological research
institutes. Our mission is to promote scientific
research into all aspects of life in the
sea and to disseminate to the public the