Job Opportunities at DTU Aqua in Denmark

There are two exciting job opportunities for native oyster researchers, one PhD position and one post Doc position at DTU Aqua in Denmark.

PhD position:

DTU is offering a 3-year PhD scholarship in ecosystem services provided by nature restoration, as part of the QESMAR project (Quantification of marine Ecosystem Services in connection with Marine nature Restoration). The overall aim of the QESMAR project is to test, develop and standardize assessment methods (performance criteria) to enable quantification of ecosystem services (ES’s) for habitats, species, stocks of blue carbon and nutrients, and water quality in existing restoration projects. The PhD will be responsible for planning and conducting field work and laboratory analysis, designing, and developing monitoring and reporting protocols, and metrics for the long-term monitoring of the restored habitats and associated ES’s according to the chosen PhD objective.

The complete online application must be submitted no later than 28 June 2024 (23:59 Danish time).

For more information and all details regarding the application, take a look here…

PostDoc:

DTU Aqua offers a 2-year postdoctoral research position in the field of marine nature restoration as part of, but not limited to, the COASTal LIFE Project (2023-2028) which focuses on the restoration of bivalve biogenic reefs and beds in coastal areas.

Main tasks will focus on:

  • Research Program Development, e.g. of the COASTal LIFE project, but also with complementary initiatives like CMN or BioReef
  • Publication Leadership of 1-3 high-quality research papers within your specialized area.
  • Ideation and Project Development
  • Project Engagement for outreach, reports, workshops, milestones
  • Collaboration with the research community, but also mentoring students, and actively engage in the dissemination and teaching activities, including a broader audience such as schoolchildren and visitors.
  • Participate in Grant Applications related to marine nature conservation and restoration.

The complete online application must be submitted no later than 31 July 2024 (23:59 Danish time).

For more information and all details regarding the application, take a look here…