British Antarctic Survey
About British Antarctic Survey
British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is a component of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC). Based in Cambridge, United Kingdom, it has, for over 60 years, undertaken the majority of Britain's scientific research on and around the Antarctic continent. It now shares that continent with scientists from over thirty countries.
BAS employs over 400 staff, and supports three stations in the Antarctic, at Rothera, Halley and Signy, and two stations on South Georgia, at King Edward Point and Bird Island. The Antarctic operations and science programmes are executed and managed from Cambridge, and rely on a wide-ranging team of professional staff.
2 jobs with British Antarctic Survey
To develop and maintain scientific and operational equipment at Cambridge and deploy and maintain such equipment in polar regions.
Provide technical support to the Facilities Engineer in day-to-day operations of Halley VI.