Chipembele Wildlife Education Trust (CWET) is seeking a full-time General Manager to oversee all financial and administrative operations and programmes of the organisation. CWET is a dynamic and award winning conservation education NGO that operates in the area of Mfuwe, a rapidly growing rural settlement close to South Luangwa National Park, Zambia. The primary aim of the organisation is to educate local children about wildlife, the environment and conservation.
The Lilongwe Wildlife Trust is seeking a creative, mature, problem-solving veterinarian. The successful candidate will not only have a deep knowledge of clinical veterinary medicine, he / she will be an innovator who can tackle challenges and solve them, a skilled manager of staff, research and resources and a visionary who can make continuous improvements to the organization.
Tacugama is looking for a Programme Manager to start in early spring 2017. The main focus of the post is to drive the sustainability of the sanctuary’s work to protect chimpanzees and their habitat in Sierra Leone.
SANCCOB is a leader in seabird rehabilitation, research and oiled wildlife response and achieves this internationally recognised work through applying high rehabilitation standards and compassionate care. With 48 years of experience in the field, and a track record of successfully admitting more than 95,000 seabirds, the aim of the organisation is to conserve seabirds, especially the endangered African penguin. The organisation seeks to employ a Research Assistant reporting to the Research Manager.
Application deadline: Wednesday, 08 March 2017
SANCCOB, a leading marine conservation non-profit organisation, is seeking a Procurement and Logistics Intern to join their dynamic team in the Western Cape, Cape Town. The function of the Procurement & Logistics Intern is to assist the Procurement and Inventory Officer to manage and control all stock and supplies, including sourcing, purchasing and receiving in a controlled and responsible manner, ensuring maximum savings and financial efficiency for the organisation.
The Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) is currently looking for a veterinarian to join its team at the research center in Otjiwarongo, Namibia. The successful candidate should have a degree in Veterinary Medicine, be qualified to work in Namibia (see detail below), be interested in livestock, dogs, horses and wildlife as well as research, and have good team working skills; Namibian resident preferred.
SANCCOB is a leader in seabird rehabilitation, research and oiled wildlife response and achieves this internationally recognised work through applying high veterinary standards and compassionate care. With 48 years of experience in the field, and a track record of successfully admitting more than 95,000 seabirds, the aim of the organization is to conserve seabirds, especially the endangered African penguin. The organisation seeks to employ a Clinical Veterinarian reporting to the Executive Director.
SANCCOB – a leading seabird conservation organisation based in Cape St Francis (Eastern Cape) seeks to employ a caring, compassionate Bird Rehabilitator to join their energetic and dedicated team on a full-time basis.
WWF-DRC is recruiting the position of Principal Technical Advisor for our programme in Democratic Republic of Congo to help us achieve our new ambitious goals, and build a future where people live in harmony with nature.
SANCCOB, an internationally recognized seabird conservation organisation, is seeking to employ a full-time Rehabilitation Coordinator for the Cape St. Francis centre, Eastern Cape. It is an exciting opportunity for a person with the vision to support and implement SANCCOB’s mission, to conserve Southern Africa’s seabirds for future generations.
The Veterinarian/Veterinary Nurse – Rescue is a 6-12 month position with the Lilongwe Wildlife Trust, with the possibility of extension. In this position, the vet or vet nurse will support the nationwide wildlife rescue unit under the direction of the Head of Wildlife Rescue and Welfare.
Primarily based at our research camp in Liwonde National Park (LNP) 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.
Conservation Research Africa (CRAs) is a charity in England and Wales that conducts and supports applied research to inform conservation and wildlife management in Africa. We are conducting behavioural ecology field research to assess the urban spotted hyaena and other small carnivores in the capital city of Lilongwe, to inform human-wildlife conflict management. We are currently recruiting for a Research Assistant. The position is based in the city of Lilongwe working in partnership with Lilongwe Wildlife Centre.
Chipembele Wildlife Education Trust in Zambia is seeking an enthusiastic and innovative Conservation Education Manager with experience as a conservation educator and proven project management skills. Chipembele is a charitable trust that operates in the rural development of Mfuwe, adjacent to South Luangwa National Park and primarily provides conservation education to local schools and communities. The vacancy will become available on 1st February 2017.