Biological Records Officer job

Looking for an opportunity to combine your interest in wildlife conservation/ biological recording with a good knowledge of operating GIS (Geographic information software)? We are sad to be saying goodbye to Ben Heather, so we now need an enthusiastic and adaptable person to maintain and develop the services provided by Suffolk Biodiversity Information Service. Your role will be to take forward and develop the existing methodology and biological mapping products. This will involve identifying and mapping priority habitats using GIS, entering biological records on a computer database and producing digital maps in a variety of formats. You will be responsible for negotiating and agreeing with partners appropriate mapping products, liaising with local authority partners to ensure data services are fit for purpose, and dealing with enquiries from the public sector and consultants. Find out more on Suffolk Jobs Direct >