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Researcher "Animal welfare and health"

Wageningen University & Research. Abierta hasta el 21 de abril

The department works on welfare and health of cattle, swine, poultry and fish, and on smart livestock farming with sensor technology and big data analyses.


• Research, primarily in the area of animal welfare and animal health: resilience and one health, animal physiology understanding of the biology underlying complex phenotype welfare and health

• Contribute to the development of research proposals, papers and project plans

• Collaboration with: several researchers within the department private partners (industry) and end-users researchers within Wageningen University & Research and from (inter)national knowledge institutes

Specific Requirements:

A result-oriented and enthusiastic early-career researcher at MSc or PhD level. To work within our interdisciplinary team, where different animal welfare related projects are running.

Key features are:

• Expertise in animal behaviour, health and animal physiology

• A good multidisciplinary understanding of livestock and biology of welfare, health and resilience

• Ability to initiate and execute science-based applied research

• Interest and skills in quantitative data analysis

• Proactive attitude and good communication skills

• Fluent in English and Dutch language

• Key competences: pro-active, collaborative, flexible, client and result oriented


• Depending on the exact job specifications, the appointment is for 36 hours per week

• Depending on experience, the salary is maximum € 4.330,- gross per month (scale 10), CAO Stichting Wageningen Research) on full-time basis (36 hours)

More information: feel free to contact Annemarie Rebel, Head of Department Animal Health and Welfare , tel. +31 (0)320 238108, 



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