Several exciting new positions have just been advertised with the SEACAMS2 team.

SEACAMS 2 a £17 M three year project at Bangor and Swansea universities, part funded by the European Regional Development Fund, is an investment in the potential offered by the marine economy and marine renewable energy. Through SEACAMS, companies wanting to harness the sea’s power and create a sustainable marine energy industry in Wales will be able to access vital research support they need if they are to be able to progress with their multi-million pound developments.

The new positions include 2 Research Officers (grade 8), 2 Research Assistants (grade 7), a Database Developer position (grade 7, 3-month), 2 Laboratory Technicians and 1 Sea-going Technician (grade 5).

Click on the job titles below for full information.

Laboratory Technicians

Technician (Sea-going)

Research Assistant (Open Water Ecology Database Developer)

Research Assistant (2 posts: Open Water Ecology or Coastal Processes)

Science Officer (Environmental Assessment and Analysis)

Science Officer (Open Water Ecology)