Geochemical Baselines Survey of the Environment (G-BASE)
The British Geological Survey (BGS) will be recruiting earth and environmental science students for voluntary work, during the 2011 summer vacation, to assist with geochemical sampling in Glasgow and the Clyde Basin. Fieldwork will involve the systematic collection of geochemical samples for the G-BASE project. There will also be a limited number of vacation posts in other departments within BGS.
Applicants need to have a high degree of commitment to fieldwork, be able to traverse difficult terrain and work in all weather conditions. Sampling is undertaken by students working in pairs and will involve map work, walking long distances, and carrying equipment and samples. Students work a six-day week and will be expected to undertake evening work as necessary. It will not be possible for students to take time off during their period of employment, except in an emergency. The work will give successful applicants an opportunity to gain valuable experience in the more practical aspects of geology and geochemistry.
Accommodation (self-catering) will be paid for by BGS but students will be required to pay for food. A standard subsistence allowance of £30.00 per night (£210.00 per week) will be paid, based on each overnight stay. Posts will be available from June to July 2011 and preference will be given to those available for a minimum of 4 consecutive weeks. Application forms and further details are available from your departmental secretary or from the BGS web sit
The closing date for applications is Friday 8th April 2011.
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