CESEFOR expands its team with new job opportunities

The Spanish centre dedicated to services and research in forestry-related fields is looking to expand its current staff of 50 employees with new scientific and technical vacancies.

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The Cesefor Foundation in Soria, Spain, begins 2022 expanding its team, looking for profiles that complement the existing staff in order to address the new challenges and projects that the centre intends to develop this year.

Cesefor contributes to the integral development of the forestry sector through research, innovation and the promotion of sustainability in all its productive areas, prioritising the conservation of natural resources in the Spanish region of Castille and Leon.

Cesefor currently has the following three open calls for employment:

  • Data scientist: position for data processing, data analysis with R/Python, management of massive data from different sources and work with predictive models. Click here to learn more details about the post (in Spanish).
  • Software development: position to carry out IT development tasks, customer support in project management, analysis and design of prototypes, and implementation and monitoring. Click here to learn more details about the post (in Spanish).
  • Head of the forestry and climate change area: position to lead a multidisciplinary work team in the centre that develops projects in the field of innovation in applied forest management and the role of forests in the fight against climate change. Click here to learn more details about the post (in Spanish).

An excellent level of Spanish and English is required for these positions. Knowledge of French would be an asset. The calls for employment will remain open until the positions are filled with the suitable profile.

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Cesefor is a Spanish private non-profit foundation. It promotes and provides funds for the Castile and Leon region in Spain while especially dealing with the forest sector, and its industry. The Foundation came into existence in January 2003 and since then it has been providing a dedicated service to the forest sector through various projects and business solutions.