You will be involved in all aspects of the research process from project design and fieldwork activities to analysis and reporting, and will also work to build community awareness and participation in order to inform and facilitate on ground conservation action. The role is multifaceted and includes desktop research, remote area fieldwork, and training and supervising volunteers and students. A major component of the role will be delivering habitat and distribution surveys along with more in-depth ecological studies. We are looking for someone who is cause driven with a passion for wildlife conservation, who is adaptive, a natural problem-solver and an excellent communicator. You will need to be flexible with work hours, including travel to field sites

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