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.
SANCCOB seeks to employ a Centre Manager to join their dynamic team in Cape Recife, Port Elizabeth. The Centre Manager will be responsible for the management of SANCCOB’s Port Elizabeth and Cape St Francis operations and will report to the Executive Director of SANCCOB. Applications who are South African residents are invited.
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.
The EAGLE Network is looking for professionals with some experience of living, travelling or 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 Field Investigations Officer is a new position in the Central Coordination Unit. His/her role is to elevate the field investigations level in each project, develop new trust building methods and field investigations techniques and ensure the professional level of investigators in the Network.
WCS is seeking applicants for the position of Law Enforcement Advisor for Niassa National Reserve in Mozambique. This position is responsible for advising on and supporting all law enforcement (LE) activities and operations in Niassa National Reserve (NNR) – which is managed under a partnership agreement between WCS and Mozambique’s Protected Area Authority (ANAC).
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.