Environmental Scientist (GIS) - Chilton, Oxfordshire, £28,313 - £37,326
We're the people asking the big questions about how we can best protect the
nation's health and well being; and there's no other agency better placed to
answer them. An independent public sector body, our remit covers the entire
spectrum of health protection issues, from chemical, poisonous and radiation
hazards to potential threats such as bio-terrorism or new strains of
You will work in the Chemical Hazards and Poisons Division on development
and implementation of GIS tools and exposure modelling resources for use in
emergency response to acute incidents and longer term risk assessments of
environmental contamination. An MSc (ideally with a GIS component) and
relevant experience is required.
Benefits include NHS pension scheme, childcare vouchers, flexible working
environment, training opportunities, NHS discounts and family friendly policies.
Closing date: 8th June 2008.
Interview date: 17th June 2008.
So the really big question is "Do you see yourself here?" Find out more and
apply at www.hpa.org.uk/careers
The Health Protection Agency promotes diversity in the workplace and is an
equal opportunities employer.
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