WCS is looking for a suitably qualified candidate to lead community-related activities in the Cross River Gorilla Landscape to improve forest governance, conservation constituencies and reduce community-based threats to conservation targets through the use of incentives. Nigerian nationals strongly encouraged to apply to fill this position. In this role, the person will also serve as the WCS Gender focal point for the Cross River Gorilla Landscape.
Trees4Moz is looking for a partner to help start up eco-tourism in the Nhamacoa Forest, in Manica Province, central Mozambique. If you are someone who loves nature and wildlife and are interested in saving endangered forests and the beautiful animals, birds, reptiles and butterflies that live in them, this may be an opportunity for you.
Conservation Research Africa is currently recruiting for a Science Communication and Marketing Assistant to assist us in developing the public profile and outreach of CRA and all the projects under it; ABC, CRM and UWP. The position is primarily based at our research office in the capital city Lilongwe with some time spent at our research camps in Liwonde and Kasungu National Parks.
We are currently recruiting for a Volunteer and Projects Manager to assist us in managing and developing CRA projects including ABC, CRM and UWP. The position is primarily based at our research office in the capital city Lilongwe with some time spent at our research camps in Nyika and Kasungu National Parks.
Primarily based at our new research camp in Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve (VMWR) Malawi, African Bat Conservation conducts field research on bats and biodiversity and conduct engagement and education in the surrounding communities. We are currently recruiting for a research assistant who to assist our Senior research assistant at our research base under the supervision of Dr Emma Stone.
To effectively lead and manage the WCS Rwanda Country Program, based in the capital Kigali. The primary focus of the Country Program is to work in partnership with the Rwanda Government to protect globally significant biodiversity and the critical natural resource base within and outside of protected areas.
Applications from South African residents are invited for the position of Education Manager, to join our dynamic team in the Western Cape. Reporting to the Executive Director, the successful applicant will be responsible for the management of SANCCOB’s Education Programmes for adults and children.
You want to work as a rehabilitation assistant for one year and you enjoy working with primates! Apply now and join this conservation organization that has been awarded and accredited for their exceptional welfare standards!
African Bat Conservation conducts research on bats and insects out of our field research center based in Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve. We are currently recruiting for a field assistant based at our research center in Vwaza to conduct field research in partnership with our community outreach workers under the supervision of Dr Emma Stone and our Senior RA Matt Town.
African Bat Conservation (ABC) is a non-profit conservation research project based in Malawi, operating under UK Charity Conservation Research Africa (CRA) and in partnership with the University of Bristol and Cardiff University, UK. The position is based in Lilongwe, and requires field work at night and in the day. Therefore you will need to be willing to work in the field at night, out of hours. This post offers an excellent opportunity for career development for a researcher who is interested in applied conservation biology, bats and human-wildlife conflict.
SANCCOB is seeking a full-time Clinical Veterinarian at its Cape Town seabird centre. Requirements: SAVC registered veterinarian; Demonstrable experience/interest in avian medicine and conservation advantageous; supervision of specialist seabird rehabilitation; Valid driver’s licence; Proficiency in Microsoft Office; Support in SANCCOB’s research; Take on a leadership role with the Oiled Wildlife Response team, during a spill or large bird intake; Excellent English communication skills (verbal and written) and experience in scientific writing will be an advantage.
The bushmeat specialist will serve as the technical lead to the WCS urban bushmeat team, leading the design of research with partners, supervising field research, co-designing and tracking the program’s monitoring and evaluation work, providing advice to country programs on bushmeat related issues, and reporting and writing up program results for scientific and lay audiences.
The EAGLE Network is looking for professionals with some experience of living and working in Africa. We are looking for individuals with strong personal engagement and internal motivation to effect change in Africa through activism, fighting wildlife crime and corruption. The Organizational Development Officer is a proactive role, which is designed to support the Network Members and the EAGLE Network to succeed. It is responsible for identifying and leading organizational development needs, undertaking personnel development both within the Network Members and across the Network and spearheading innovative initiatives that will enable the EAGLE Network to be successful in its mission to foster activism and take forward the fight against corruption.