Opportunity Board

The board shares open opportunities from the groups linked in to the Network, or other relevant organisations.  We also aim to link together those looking for research or volunteering placements with groups looking to host placements – for example, students seeking summer opportunities and groups with open research questions.  Please get in touch with anything to share.


Paid or Voluntary Posts with Network Groups

There are currently no posts to share.

Other Opportunities

MASTS graduate students (final year undergrads, Masters and PhDs) are invited to spend the afternoon with SNH policy & advice colleagues who will deliver the following interactive sessions:

  • Welcome (Dr Lois Calder, Dean of MASTS Grad School)
  • Introduction to Scottish Natural Heritage (Carol Hume)
  • Mobilising marine benthic survey datasets – The Sound of Barra (Rona Sinclair)
  • Marine Protected Areas – A walk through the site selection process (Sam Black)
  • Scottish Entanglement Alliance (SEA) – Stakeholder engagement to reduce animal entanglement in fishing gears (Dr Kirstie Dearing)
  • Overview of SNH marine & coastal placement opportunities available for Masters/PhD students (Carol Hume) – including project concepts in collaboration with CCN groups.

Details: Wednesday 14th November 2018, 12:30 – 17:00, Edinburgh

Find out more and register here.

Research and Volunteering Exchange

If you have a research or voluntary placement in mind please get in touch to post it here.

Seeking a placement?  Email us with some details!

Many of the Network Groups are seeking extra support with fundraising, desk-based research and report writing and would be delighted to hear from any volunteers with specific skills in these areas.  If this sounds like you, please get in touch by email at info@communitiesforseas.scot!

Are you looking for extra hands on deck over the coming months?  Perhaps you are seeking extra support with planned surveys or outreach activities?  If so, get in touch with us at info@communitiesforseas.scot!