Job and study opportunities

Follow @BES_Careers for more on job opportunities.

If you would like to post a job opportunity, please email the Education Officer with 100-150 words including the job title, brief summary of the role and a link to where they can find more details on how to apply.

Project Manager, Vizzuality (Madrid, Porto, Cambridge or remote)

Vizzuality’s purpose is to reach a fair and sustainable planet by creating tools that radically empower people to make positive changes now. We are a world-leading technology agency based in Madrid, Cambridge, and Porto. We design and develop data-driven tools and applications for international organizations who focus on Climate Change, Biodiversity and Inequality. Solving such large and complex problems will bring you into contact with new technology and some of the world’s most interesting organisations and academics in machine learning, remote sensing, and planetary data.

We’re looking for someone who can work across teams at Vizzuality, collaborating with peers in business development, technology, design, science and user research. ou will be ultimately responsible for the client happiness and timeliness of our projects, as well as keeping team members informed and engaged so they perform at their best.

For more information, including details of how to apply, please visit:

Research Scientist in Global Change Ecology, CSIRO, Australia

This position requires skills in biosecurity (as it relates to invasive species management), plant ecology and plant-herbivore interactions, and will be based with the Ecosystem Change Ecology team in Perth, Western Australia. The role is required to conduct innovative research using the latest advances in ecology, remote sensing and plant-animal interactions, to develop science-based solutions for invasive species management. The research may involve: elucidating ecological impacts of invasive species; identifying interventions for invasive species management; empirical research on ecology and ecophysiology of focal invasive species; and mitigating the impact of global environmental change on invasive species threats.

The deadline for applications is Wednesday 2 October 2019. For more information, including details of how to apply, please visit: