Coastal Geomorphologist, British Geological Survey


The British Geological Survey have a vacancy for an experienced coastal geomorphologist to lead our coastal change research programme within the Climate and Landscape Change directorate.

 The candidate will join a team focused on quantifying the dynamic behaviour and sensitivity of coastal systems to environmental changes and human impacts. He/she will develop and apply innovative behavioural models of coastal change that are directly relevant to a wide-ranging set of stakeholders at human to planning (centennial) time scales.

 Further details of the position can be found at:

For description and requirements, and to apply, visit:

 Informal enquiries can be made to Martin Hurst ( or Michael Ellis (

 Closing date is 16th May 2016.