Posted 2 October 2013: Call for BioDiv Scholarships: 4 years Doctoral Programmes in Portugal. For more info: http://www.biodiv.pt/

Posted 1 October 2013: Postdoctoral Position in Conservation/Restoration Ecology at Duke University, USA Deadline 15 October. More info:


Posted 24/July/2013: Postdoc Position: "Postdoc/Research Network Coordinator position", University of Stirling, UK. Deadline 19th August. More info:


Posted 5/July/2013: Postdoc Position: "Optimal Decision Making for Biodiversity Conservation", University of Florida, USA. Deadline 13 September 2013. More info:

Posted 7/June/2013: PhD position on “The importance of antagonistic interactions for plant species coexistence and ecosystem functioning”, Leipzig, Germany. Deadline 1 July 2013. More info:


Posted 20/May/2013: 2 years postdoc position in Ecosystem Services at University of Queensland, Australia. For more info:

Posted 4/02/2013. Postdoc position in Evolution of the plant genus Limonium in Macaronesia at the University of Zurich. Starting as soon as possible. For more info:




Posted 17/12/2012. 2 Postdocs position in Global Change and Conservation, at the University of Helsinki, Finland. Starting 1/February/2013 For more info:


Posted 30/10/2012. Postdoc and technician position in a project: European Conservation for the 21st century, at the University of Evora, Portugal. Starting January/February 2013. For more info:

Posted 30/10/2012 Postdoc and PhD positions in forest ecological modelling at University of Quebec, Canada.
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Posted 22/03/2012 PhD position investigating biodiversity - ecosystem functioning relationships in European forests using ecosystem modeling at Vienna, Austria. For more info:



Posted 09/03/2012 - 11 PhD Scholarships in Political Ecology - see - http://politicalecology.eu/








Posted 09/08/2010 - David.H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship Program, USA

University of Edinburgh, UK - 100 positions available. 5-year Fellowships are intended to support outstanding candidates at the start of their independent academic career. **http://www.jobs.ed.ac.uk/**