Ice Core Drilling Engineer Position - The British Antarctic Survey

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Ice Core Drilling Engineer Position - The British Antarctic Survey

Rix, Julius J.

Closes Sunday 17 November 2359 Hrs (GMT).

 

The British Antarctic Survey is seeking to recruit two Mechanical Engineers one of which will be principally supporting the Ice Core Group in Cambridge. The job is based in Cambridge but potentially with periods in the Polar Regions. This is a fixed-term appointment initially for 18 months but is very likely to be extended.

 

Details and information on how to apply may be found at https://www.bas.ac.uk/jobs/vacancy/mechanical-engineer-2/

 

Please feel free to share this with anyone interested.

 

If you want more information please contact me at [hidden email]

 

Cheers Julius



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