Predator Research Technicians pursuing a career in wildlife ecology and/or conservation are needed to assist with a study aimed to test non-lethal predator-human conflict mitigation measures on farmlands that experience high livestock losses.
An exciting opportunity has opened for a research assistant/ island volunteer on a private island in the Seychelles. Main duties will involve the monitoring and research of nesting Hawksbill Turtles and the careful management of the data collected.
Ever thought about running a Wildlife Reserve in Africa? Get as far out of the city as you can and change your life forever! The ideal candidate will be technically minded, confident, hardworking, flexible, sociable and happy to get their hands dirty. Working under the General Manager, you will play an integral part in running the reserve, including working with local communities on law-enforcement, maintaining the reserve and supporting the on-going volunteer program.
The Lilongwe Wildlife Centre is Malawi’s only internationally accredited wildlife sanctuary. We currently house around 200 wild residents including baboons, vervet monkeys, antelopes, reptiles, birds, lion and serval cat with new animals coming in every week. We work according to the highest animal care and welfare standards and have an active release program, returning many rescued animals back to the wild wherever possible. For the period from October 21st till February 1st we are looking for two motivated rehabilitation assistants.
The Lilongwe Wildlife Centre houses around 200 wild residents including baboons, vervet monkeys, antelopes, reptiles, birds, lion and serval cat with new animals coming in every week. We work according to the highest animal care and welfare standards and have an active release program, returning many rescued animals back to the wild wherever possible. All releases being conducted as close as possible to IUCN standards and animals are monitored post-release. With such a busy animal care department we’re looking for a Rehabilitation Coordinator who can organize and conduct the rehabilitation of the animals at our sanctuary.
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. Based in Malawi, CRAs flagship project is Wild Dog Conservation Malawi which conducts applied research, conservation and education to conservation wild dogs and other carnivores in Malawi. We are conducting behavioural ecology field research to assess the urban spotted hyaena population in the capital city of Lilongwe, to inform human-wildlife conflict management. We are currently recruiting for a Field Research Assistant. The position is based in the city of Lilongwe in partnership with the Lilongwe Wildlife Centre.
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. Based in Malawi, CRAs flagship project is African Bat Conservation which conducts applied research, conservation and education to bring bats to the conservation agenda and conserve bat populations in Africa. We are currently recruiting for a Marketing and Media Intern to assist us in developing our public profile and outreach. The position is primarily based in our research camp in Liwonde National Park with some time spent in the capital city Lilongwe.
Are you a passionate marketeer looking to make a difference? Perhaps you're looking for a career break or you're a recent graduate with a stand-out CV? The ideal candidate will be outgoing, hardworking, flexible, able to work autonomously as well as in a team, always striving to go that extra mile, full of energy, commercial, organised, great with detail, happy to get their hands dirty, cope well under stress, be sociable and a great networker...we don't ask for much!
The Wildlife Action Group is a registered NGO, co-managing two governmental protected Forest Reserves in Central Malawi for over 15 years. We're looking for an enthusiastic, hard working, hands-on, practical and mature individual to fill the role of project assistant.
Join the Primate and Predator Project research team from Durham University, UK in the Soutpansberg Mountains, South Africa. We are seeking volunteer research assistants to help with our ongoing predator research in a montane environment. The study area supports one of the highest densities of leopard (Panthera pardus) recorded anywhere in Africa. Monitoring the leopard population, alongside other predators such as brown hyaenas, caracals and servals, is an important focus of our research. As a volunteer research assistant, you will mainly be involved with camera trapping, tracking collared animals and scat analysis.
Volunteer on an extraordinary effort to conserve wildlife and habitat next to the Masai Mara ecosystem in western Kenya. Assist international researchers and local Maasai with a long-term community-based wildlife conservation project next to the world famous Masai Mara in Kenya. Volunteers help track, photograph, and record behavior of free-ranging wild populations of Masai giraffe.
GET OUT OF THE OFFICE, MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND LEAVE YOUR MARKETING FOOTPRINT ON AN UP AND COMING PROJECT WHILST LIVING IN A MALAWIAN WILDLIFE RESERVE. Are you a passionate marketeer looking to make a difference? Perhaps you're looking for a career break or you're a recent graduate with a stand-out CV?
Do you want to work in wildlife conservation? Live in the middle of an amazing national park? Lifupa Conservation Lodge is beautifully situated in the middle of Kasungu National Park (KNP) in Malawi. Like many other parks in Malawi and all over Africa, Kasungu NP has been struggling with deforestation, poachers and other threats. Lifupa and Act to Protect joined forces to protect the park and work on education, creating other sources of income etc. We invite you to come to a life changing experience and work with us to make a difference! In January this year