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.


Suffolk Biodiversity Information Service - Press Release


On the 1st April 2016 SBRC changed its name to Suffolk Biodiversity Information Service (SBIS). This marks the incorporation of Biodiversity advice into the range of services we offer. The new name also emphasises service provision rather than the ‘dusty cupboard’ impression given by ‘Centre’. SBIS will continue to collect, collate and manage information on the natural environment and to share that information with people in Suffolk who need it for decision making, conservation and education.


Introducing the OPAL Data Explorer

A new data visualisation tool puts data collected by the Open Air Laboratories (OPAL) network's citizen scientists into your hands. What do lichens say about the air quality on your street? Has the invasive New Zealand flatworm spread to your neighbourhood? See your local area in a new light thanks to over 41,000 environmental records collected by OPAL’s citizen scientists, now available on the OPAL Data Explorer.



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