Durham University, UK, is currently advertising 3 posts in Biological Sciences at the lecturer level (see
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AMS747/lecturer/). Ecology is an area of strength in the school, so applicants with a focus on ecology or behavioural ecology that might complement existing strengths are welcome. Successful applicants are likely to have multidisciplinary interests and an ability to work with researchers from other departments, a strong record of publishing in high ranking journals, and the potential to attract competitive funding.
Interested ecologists can direct informal enquiries to staff in the Conservation Ecology Group (see http://www.conservationecology.org/). Note that the deadline for applications is the 8th of February.
Durham University is the 3rd oldest University in England and is consistently highly ranked in the UK (5th in The Complete University Guide 2016) and globally (e.g., 61st in the QS World University Rankings 2015-16).
It is the only university in the UK to have all departments ranked in the top 10 (http://t.co/IVPcIYvGFH).