Intitulé du poste : Agent Technique de Laboratoire (H/F)

Type de recrutement : interne/externe titulaire ou contractuel

Corps ou niveau de recrutement : catégorie C

Localisation du poste : ECOSEAS (UMR7035 UNS-CNRS), UFR SCIENCES, Parc Valrose - 06108 Nice

 

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CONTEXTE DU POSTE :

Sous l’autorité du Directeur de l’unité, l’agent assure des fonctions de préparateur et assistant technique du laboratoire au sein du Pôle du support technique du laboratoire.

Le laboratoire ECOSEAS est une Unité Mixte de Recherche (UMR7035) depuis le 1er janvier 2019 ayant pour tutelles l’Université Côte d’Azur et le CNRS.

L’agent participe activement, dans son domaine d’intervention, à la mise en place de process et d’un fonctionnement optimal des services en appui à la politique scientifique conduite par le laboratoire.

L’UMR ECOSEAS, spécialisée dans la socio-écologie marine, est constituée d’une mono-équipe et comporte un effectif d’une trentaine de membres (au 1er/12/2019, l’effectif du laboratoire comprend 26 agents : 11 Chercheurs et Enseignants-Chercheurs, 8 personnels techniques et administratifs, 3 Post-Docs et chercheurs associés et 4 doctorants).

MISSION GENERALE DU POSTE :

L’agent effectuera les préparations et interventions courantes, selon les procédures écrites dans le cadre d’un protocole établi.

ACTIVITES PRINCIPALES :

-       Préparation et mise à disposition du matériel expérimental (sujets, instruments)

-       Préparation de solutions simples et tampons pour les différents dosages et/ou mesures chimiques, biologiques et biochimiques

-       Préparation des échantillons biologiques

-       Suivi des stocks de matériels biologiques congelés (-20°C, -80°C)

-       Dosages enzymatiques au spectrophotomètre et spectrofluorimètre

-       Participer aux prélèvements et aux techniques de conservation des échantillons d’organismes marins objet d’étude, selon les différents projets menés par les chercheurs

-       Aide technique au cours des diverses expériences menées par les chercheurs

-       Réalisation des manipulations élémentaires selon un protocole d’expérimentation préétabli

-       Nourrissage des organismes marins

-       Nettoyage des aquariums

-       Suivi des expériences en aquarium

-       Evacuation des déchets en respectant les règles d’hygiène et sécurité

-       Participation à la gestion des stocks de produits consommables et produits chimiques et à la gestion des commandes

-       Gestion de la vaisselle du laboratoire

-       Entretien et stérilisation de la verrerie et des instruments

-       Entretien des salles de manipulation

COMPETENCES ET CONNAISSANCES :

Connaissances

Connaissances et maîtrise de techniques de base en laboratoire de biologie

Connaissances et maîtrise des concepts de base en biologie (particulièrement écologie)

Connaissances et maîtrise du maintien et suivi des animaux aquatiques en aquarium

Connaissances de la réglementation en matière d’hygiène et de sécurité

Connaissances des conditions de stockage et d’élimination des produits chimiques

 

Savoir-faire

          Aptitudes à l'entretien technique du matériel de laboratoire

      Aptitudes à la réalisation de missions de terrain (mer)

      Capacités à accompagner des stagiaires de laboratoire (co-encadrement)

      Capacité de collaboration, de travail en équipe et d’apprentissage

      Maîtrise avérée des logiciels bureautiques d’usage courant (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Internet…), messagerie électronique

 

Savoir-être

      Être rigoureux(se), fiable et avoir le sens de l’organisation

      Avoir le sens du relationnel, communiquer avec les membres du laboratoire

 

COMMENT CANDIDATER ?

Envoyez votre CV et une Lettre de Motivation avant le 27/12/2019 à :

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Voir l'offre sur le site de l'Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis

The ECOSEAS laboratory (UMR - 7035, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis & CNRS) wishes to recruit an expert in conservation social science. This activity is linked to the ones developed in the framework of the FishMPAblue2 European project.

Overview:

The University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (UNS) is an interdisciplinary public university receiving every year more than 25,000 students. It comprises approximately 1600 academics and 1100 administrative staff members. The institutional scopes of the UNS are research and education. UNS encompasses 44 research laboratories and is ranked in the top 3% of universities worldwide (Shangai academic ranking).

The laboratory ECOSEAS is specialized in fundamental and applied marine ecology. Most of the research work is carried out in the Mediterranean Sea and addresses both theoretical (ecosystem functioning, biology and ecology of species and communities; bioecological changes under the influence of climate change) and applied issues (ecosystem-wide conservation and assessment; marine protected areas; management of human activities in coastal areas; sustainable small-scale fishing; ecotoxicological bio-surveillance).

Context of the project:

FishMPABlue2 project is the follow-up of the FishMPABlue project funded by Interreg MED Programme 2007-2013 (from now on: FishMPABlue 1).

FishMPABlue 1 carried out an analysis (based on literature review and questionnaires answer by MPA’s managers) on the management of small scale fishery (SSF) within and around a set of Mediterranean MPAs, and developed the so called “regional-based governance toolkit” of potential measures for SSF governance in and around MPAs (i.e. composed by multiple key-elements, also called “tools”, see FishMPABlue 1 outputs) enabling MPAs to reach successful management of SSF. More specifically FishMPABlue 1 highlighted that fish stocks are healthier, fishermen incomes are higher and the social acceptance of management practices is promoted (so overall a successful management of SSF is reached) if a set of elements is present in a MPA (e.g. high MPA enforcement, presence of a management plan, high fishermen engagement in MPA management, fishermen representative in the MPA board, and promotion of sustainable fishing).

The aims of FishMPABlue 2 projects were:

- to test the governance toolkit (i.e. by implementing these elements or increasing their level) through multiple Pilot Actions in selected MPAs

- to assess and quantify its effectiveness in achieving expected results in terms of MPA ecological effectiveness, benefits delivered to SSF and social acceptance of management measures by stakeholders.

Position summary:

Working closely with the project collaborators and laboratory team members, the role of the recruited scientist will involve (but it will be not limited to) the following:

- treatment of social data (mainly from questionnaires administered to MPA managers and small scale fishermen)

- collaboration in writing scientific papers

Qualifications and experience required:

PhD in social science or related fields.

Minimum 5 years’ experience working in marine conservation and conservation social science.

Considerable publication track record (international scientific papers) in human dimension and conservation social science.

Duration of the contract and remuneration:

The contract will run for a duration of 4 months. The remuneration will be in the form of a lump sum of 9.000 euro

How to apply:

A Curriculum Vitae and letter of application, summarizing experience and skill set applicable to the position should be emailed to paolo.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . All correspondence for this position should quote reference FishMPABlue2_SocialAss/Nov 2019.

Closing date for applications:

All applications for this position should be received in advance of 5pm on 9th December 2019. Please note that late applications will not be accepted. Selected candidate will be tentatively notified on 11th December 2019.

Job offer – Multiple services: support to preparing teaching material for FishMPABlue 2 Summer school, support in dissemination activities, support in preparation of project final report.

In the framework of the FishMPAblue2 European project, the ECOSEAS laboratory (UMR 7035, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis & CNRS, formerly ECOMERS lab) launches today a job offer to provide Multiple services: support to preparing teaching material for FishMPABlue 2 Summer school, support in dissemination activities, support in preparation of project final report

Overview:

The University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (UNS) is an interdisciplinary public university receiving every year more than 25,000 students. It comprises approximately 1600 academics and 1100 administrative staff members. The institutional scopes of the UNS are research and education. UNS encompasses 44 research laboratories and is ranked in the top 3% of universities worldwide (Shangai academic ranking).

The laboratory ECOSEAS is specialized in fundamental and applied marine ecology. Most of the research work is carried out in the Mediterranean Sea and addresses both theoretical (ecosystem functioning, biology and ecology of species and communities; bioecological changes under the influence of climate change) and applied issues (ecosystem-wide conservation and assessment; marine protected areas; management of human activities in coastal areas; sustainable small-scale fishing; ecotoxicological bio-surveillance).

Context of the project:

FishMPABlue2 project is the follow-up of the FishMPABlue1 project funded by Interreg MED Programme 2007-2013 (from now on: FishMPABlue 1).

FishMPABlue1 carried out an analysis (based on literature review and questionnaires answered by MPA’s managers) on the management of small scale fishery (SSF) within and around a set of Mediterranean MPAs and developed the so called “regional-based governance toolkit” of potential measures for SSF governance in and around MPAs (i.e. composed by multiple key-elements, also called “tools”, see FishMPABlue1 outputs) enabling MPAs to reach successful management of SSF. More specifically FishMPABlue1 highlighted that fish stocks are healthier, fishermen incomes are higher and the social acceptance of management practices is promoted (so overall a successful management of SSF is reached) if a set of elements is present in a MPA (e.g. high MPA enforcement, presence of a management plan, high fishermen engagement in MPA management, fishermen representatives in the MPA board, and promotion of sustainable fishing).

The aims of FishMPABlue2 projects are:

- to test the governance toolkit (i.e. by implementing these elements or increasing their level) through multiple Pilot Actions in selected MPAs

- to assess and quantify its effectiveness in achieving expected results in terms of MPA ecological effectiveness, benefits delivered to SSF and social acceptance of management measures by stakeholders.

Position summary:

Working closely with the project and laboratory team members, the role of the recruited consultant will involve (but it will be not limited to) the following:

-       Collaboration in the preparation of the summer school “Design and implement monitoring activities to assess Marine Protected Areas ecological and fisheries effectiveness: improving MPA’s manager skills”, 23-27 September 2019, Zakynthos, Greece:

-       Preparation of supporting material for theoretical classes;

-       Compilation of a database for support for practical lessons of data-handling and analyses;

-       Preparation of supporting material for practical sessions (field activities)

-       Scientific dissemination of the outcomes of the summer-school and of the project final event (October, in Rome) via written and media communication

-       Collaboration in writing the final report of the FishMPABlue 2 project

Duration of the contract and remuneration:

The contract will run for a duration of 1.5 months. The remuneration will be provided in 2 installments (50% advance payment and 50% on completion)

The offers will be considered within a maximum of 15000 euros (VAT excluded)

Qualifications and experience required:

- PhD in Environmental Sciences or related fields.

- Previous experience on methodologies and techniques of environmental, economic and social monitoring in MPAs.

- Availability to work at the ECOSEAS Lab collaborating closely with the project members

How to apply:

A letter of applications should be emailed to paolo.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . All correspondence for this position should quote reference FishMPABlue2_Multiple Services/Sept 2019.

The application should include:

- The CV(s) of the expert(s).

- The estimated budget of the offer, in Euros (including VAT), detailing the allocation of funds to the various tasks.

Closing date for applications:

All applications for this position should be received in advance of 5pm on 5th September 2019. Please note that late applications will not be accepted. Selected candidate will hopefully be notified by the 6th of September 2019.

Job offer – Capitalizing FishMPABlue 2 project results and participation to reporting

In the framework of the FishMPAblue2 European project, the ECOSEAS laboratory (UMR7035, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis & CNRS) open a job offer for capitalizing FishMPABlue 2 project results and participation to reporting.

Overview:

The University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (UNS) is an interdisciplinary university receiving every year more than 25,000 students. It comprises approximately 1600 academics and 1100 administrative staff. The institutional scopes of the UNS are research and education. UNS encompasses 44 research laboratories and is ranked in the top 3% universities worldwide (Shangai academic ranking).

The lab ECOSEAS (ex ECOMERS) is specialized in fundamental and applied marine ecology. Most of the research work is carried out in the Mediterranean Sea and addresses both theoretical (ecosystem functioning, biology and ecology of species and communities; bioecological changes under the influence of climate change) and applied issues (ecosystem-wide conservation and assessment; marine protected areas; management of human activities in coastal areas; sustainable small scale fishing; ecotoxicological bio-surveillance).

Context of the project:

FishMPABlue2 project is the follow-up of the FishMPABlue project funded by Interreg MED Programme 2007-2013 (from now on: FishMPABlue 1).

FishMPABlue 1 carried out an analysis (based on literature review and questionnaires answer by MPA’s managers) on the management of small scale fishery (SSF) within and around a set of Mediterranean MPAs, and developed the so called “regional-based governance toolkit” of potential measures for SSF governance in and around MPAs (i.e. composed by multiple key-elements, also called “tools”, see FishMPABlue 1 outputs) enabling MPAs to reach successful management of SSF. More specifically FishMPABlue 1 highlighted that fish stocks are healthier, fishermen incomes are higher and the social acceptance of management practices is promoted (so overall a successful management of SSF is reached) if a set of elements is present in a MPA (e.g. high MPA enforcement, presence of a management plan, high fishermen engagement in MPA management, fishermen representative in the MPA board, and promotion of sustainable fishing).

The aims of FishMPABlue 2 projects are:

- to test the governance toolkit (i.e. by implementing these elements or increasing their level) through multiple Pilot Actions in selected MPAs

- to assess and quantify its effectiveness in achieving expected results in terms of MPA ecological effectiveness, benefits delivered to SSF and social acceptance of management measures by stakeholders.

Position summary:

Working closely with the project and laboratory team members, the role of the recruited person will involve (but it will be not limited to) the following:

- collaborate closely with WP5 responsible (IUCN Malaga) for the aspects related to capitalization of project results

- collaboration in writing reports and scientific papers

Qualifications and experience required:

PhD in marine ecology or related fields.

At least 7 years’ experience working in marine conservation, small scale fisheries and in international projects.

Duration of the contract and remuneration:

The contract will run for a duration of 5 months. The remuneration will be in according to University salary indexes

How to apply:

A Curriculum Vitae and letter of application, summarizing experience and skill set applicable to the position should be emailed to paolo.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . All correspondence for this position should quote reference FishMPABlue2_Capitalization/June 2018.

Closing date for applications:

All applications for this position should be received in advance of 5pm on 1st July 2019. Please note that late applications will not be accepted. Selected candidate will be hopefully notified on 3rd July 2019.

Job offer – Consolidation of databases of small scale fisheries catches and fishermen questionnaires

In the framework of the FishMPAblue2 European project, the ECOSEAS laboratory (UMR 7035, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis & CNRS, formerly ECOMERS lab) launches today a consultancy opportunity to work on data of i) small scale fisheries catches and ii) fishermen questionnaires collected in Mediterranean MPAs.

Overview:

The University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (UNS) is an interdisciplinary public university receiving every year more than 25,000 students. It comprises approximately 1600 academics and 1100 administrative staff members. The institutional scopes of the UNS are research and education. UNS encompasses 44 research laboratories and is ranked in the top 3% universities worldwide (Shangai academic ranking).

The lab ECOSEAS is specialized in fundamental and applied marine ecology. Most of the research work is carried out in the Mediterranean Sea and addresses both theoretical (ecosystem functioning, biology and ecology of species and communities; bioecological changes under the influence of climate change) and applied issues (ecosystem-wide conservation and assessment; marine protected areas; management of human activities in coastal areas; sustainable small-scale fishing; ecotoxicological bio-surveillance).

Context of the project:

FishMPABlue2 project is the follow-up of the FishMPABlue1 project funded by Interreg MED Programme 2007-2013 (from now on: FishMPABlue 1).

FishMPABlue1 carried out an analysis (based on literature review and questionnaires answer by MPA’s managers) on the management of small scale fishery (SSF) within and around a set of Mediterranean MPAs and developed the so called “regional-based governance toolkit” of potential measures for SSF governance in and around MPAs (i.e. composed by multiple key-elements, also called “tools”, see FishMPABlue1 outputs) enabling MPAs to reach successful management of SSF. More specifically FishMPABlue1 highlighted that fish stocks are healthier, fishermen incomes are higher and the social acceptance of management practices is promoted (so overall a successful management of SSF is reached) if a set of elements is present in a MPA (e.g. high MPA enforcement, presence of a management plan, high fishermen engagement in MPA management, fishermen representatives in the MPA board, and promotion of sustainable fishing).

The aims of FishMPABlue2 projects are:

- to test the governance toolkit (i.e. by implementing these elements or increasing their level) through multiple Pilot Actions in selected MPAs

- to assess and quantify its effectiveness in achieving expected results in terms of MPA ecological effectiveness, benefits delivered to SSF and social acceptance of management measures by stakeholders.

Position summary:

Data about small scale fisheries catches have been already collected (using photosampling) and extracted. Also data from questionnaires have been already collected.

These data now needs to be polished and consolidated in databases that will allow to secure the data for future activities within the framework of FishMPABlue 2 and allowing to facilitate eventual exchanges of information among project partners.

Working closely with the project and laboratory team members, the role of the recruited consultant will involve (but it will be not limited to) the following:

- Consolidation of a database of all the data collected from the 1400 fishing operations sampled and analyzed. Data concerns catch per species, length of net, coordinates of fishing site etc.

- Consolidation of a database of all the data collected from the approximately 400 questionnaires administered to small scale fishers. Data concerns demographics and fisher’s perceptions.

- Report of metadata and ancillary information for the databases

Duration of the contract and remuneration:

The contract will run for a duration of 3 weeks. The remuneration will be provided in 1 installments (100% on completion)

The offers will be considered within a maximum of 6000 euros (VAT excluded)

Qualifications and experience required:

- PhD in Environmental Sciences or related fields.

- Previous experience working in marine conservation

- Availability to work at the ECOSEAS Lab collaborating closely with the project members

How to apply:

A letter of applications should be emailed to paolo.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . All correspondence for this position should quote reference FishMPABlue2_Databases/Apr 2019.

The application should include:

- The CV(s) of the expert(s).

- The work plan.

- The estimated budget of the offer, in Euros (including VAT), detailing the allocation of funds to the various tasks.

Closing date for applications:

All applications for this position should be received in advance of 5pm on 16th April 2019. Please note that late applications will not be accepted. Selected candidate will be hopefully notified by the 18th of April 2019.

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