Research Officer/Spatial Analyst

A full-time position until August 2018, is available to join a research team developing conservation and management strategies for coral reefs in the Coral Triangle (principally Indonesia and the Philippines). The spatial analyst will take a lead role in developing algorithms and models that quantify the vulnerability and resilience of coral reefs and how reef

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Port-based Outreach expert consultant, seabird bycatch mitigation, Common Oceans Tuna Project

Salary Range: ca. R20,000 – R25,000 per month (ctc) The Common Oceans Tuna Project, also known as “Sustainable Management of Tuna Fisheries and Biodiversity Conservation in the Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ)”, is the largest of four projects that constitute the Common Oceans Programme. The objective of the project is to achieve responsibility, efficiency and

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Project Output Co-ordinator consultant, Seabird Bycatch, Common Oceans

Salary Range ca. R28,000 – R35,000 per month (ctc) BirdLife South Africa (BLSA), based in Johannesburg, South Africa, is one of the largest, most active, non-governmental conservation organisations in South Africa. The Common Oceans Tuna Project, also known as “Sustainable Management of Tuna Fisheries and Biodiversity Conservation in the Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ)”, is

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Fiji Principal Investigator

Established in 1989 as a non-profit conservation and development non-governmental organisation (NGO), Frontier has been an innovator in creating quality volunteer programmes across the globe. Since then, Frontier’s has grown to operate over 330 capacity building conservation, community and adventure projects in over 60 countries spanning 5 continents. Over the past 25 years Frontier has

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Ecological survey techniques

The University of Oxford has part-time, flexible, tutored (mostly online) master’s-level training in ecological survey techniques suitable for an international audience available. For professionals working in: biodiversity planning; education in environmental science; environmental consultancy, field research, impact assessment and records management; nature and wildlife conservation; countryside and wildlife management; and those in business and industry,

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PROJECT SCIENTIST

A minimum six month voluntary post as senior in-country scientist responsible for overseeing the delivery of CCC’s conservation programme including scientific training, surveying, project partner liaison and community engagement. The successful candidate will be working closely with project partners, representing CCC at stakeholder meetings and working to deliver and develop CCC’s conservation goals. Opportunities are available for solely marine or

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Dolphinwatch Pin Badge Box Minder

RSPB is proud to have the largest range of charity pin badges in the country. These small, enamelled badges not only bring in valuable income, but are also a great talking point when engaging with people. To increase unrestricted funding quickly, we need to grow the charity pin badge box scheme in local areas through

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Site Leader

Blue Ventures is seeking a dynamic and independent Site Leader to lead development and delivery of BV’s strategic vision for integrated conservation initiatives in the Velondriake LMMA, which recently gained Marine Protected Area (MPA) status by decree. The site leader will also oversee activities in neighbouring LMMAs Teariake and Manjaboake. The candidate, reporting to the

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Managing Director, Seabird Restoration Program

Audubon seeks a Managing Director to build on Audubon’s Seabird Restoration Program’s (SRP) rich history and success and expand its contributions to conservation in Maine, the Atlantic Flyway and worldwide. This is a high-profile position for a dynamic conservation professional or environmental entrepreneur with opportunity for advancement. With an annual budget of $1.4 million and a

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Project Manager

Frontier is one of the UK’s leading conservation and development non-profit organisations. Since our establishment in 1989, Frontier has been a forerunner in biodiversity conservation and the development of sustainable livelihoods. We also have an excellent record of species discovery and heightening environmental awareness in local communities. Frontier has been conducting conservation research projects in

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Project Coordinator

Location: Ambondrolava, SW Madagascar Duration: 12 months, extendable Starting date: February 2015 Project Coordinator position The Project Coordinator will help coordinate multiple ongoing projects, supervise 6 local staff, assist with volunteer management, and on occasion supervise visiting local and international students’ research. You will work alongside the on-site Project Manager and report to Honko’s off-site director. The

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Living Seas Officer

We are looking for a confident, innovative and enthusiastic person to join our Conservation Team to assist in the delivery of NWT’s Living Seas awareness programme. These events set out to raise awareness of the North Sea marine environment and will, through the development of our new fisheries work, seek to investigate and promote the

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GIS Biologist

The GIS Biologist will support Audubon’s conservation science and policy initiatives in Alaska, emphasizing the Arctic (terrestrial and marine), Southeast Alaska, and Important Bird Areas. The GIS Biologist will collect, map, and analyze spatial biological data, review scientific literature, and prepare maps, atlases, reports, and scientific publications. The emphasis will be on compiling, managing, analyzing, and preparing

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Country Manager Germany, Austria, Switzerland & Poland

The Marine Stewardship Council is seeking a ‘Country Manager Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Poland’ (CM DACHP) to carry strategic and operational responsibility for delivering the MSC’s overarching aims and objectives in this key region. The CM DACHP will work closely with, report to and assist the Regional Director Europe (RDE). He/she will also collaborate with

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Country Manager Germany, Austria, Switzerland & Poland

The Marine Stewardship Council is seeking a ‘Country Manager Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Poland’ (CM DACHP) to carry strategic and operational responsibility for delivering the MSC’s overarching aims and objectives in this key region. The CM DACHP will work closely with, report to and assist the Regional Director Europe (RDE). He/she will also collaborate with

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Living Seas Awareness Officer

Main responsibilities: To develop, plan, deliver and report on marine awareness activities and outreach, as agreed by WTSWW marine and conservation staff To recruit, train and manage new and existing local and seasonal volunteers to assist in meeting work programme targets and wider Living Seas work To contribute to the ongoing development of the Trust’s

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Research and Development Intern

Established in 1989 as a non-profit conservation and development non-governmental organisation (NGO), Frontier has been an innovator in creating quality volunteer programmes across the globe. Since then, Frontier’s has grown to operate over 330 capacity building conservation, community and adventure projects in over 60 countries spanning 5 continents. Over the past 25 years Frontier has

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Living Seas Awareness Officer

The North Wales Wildlife Trust is the region’s leading wildlife charity. We are one of 47 Wildlife Trusts across the whole of the UK. We are working for an environment rich in wildlife for everyone. The North Wales Wildlife Trust have received funding from various sources to employ a full time Living Seas Awareness Officer

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Climate Change Resilience Science Fellow

The California chapter of The Nature Conservancy is the largest of the Conservancy’s operating units, with an extensive portfolio of conservation work across the marine, freshwater and terrestrial realms. To help advance the science needed to address the major conservation challenges of our day, the chapter has established two-year fellowship opportunities for leading conservation scientists

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Climate Change Resilience Science Fellow

The California chapter of The Nature Conservancy is the largest of the Conservancy’s operating units, with an extensive portfolio of conservation work across the marine, freshwater and terrestrial realms. To help advance the science needed to address the major conservation challenges of our day, the chapter has established two-year fellowship opportunities for leading conservation scientists

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Ranger, Services (Biodiversity)

Are you someone who is passionate about the conservation of New Zealand’s natural flora and fauna, skilled at project management and field delivery and passionate about sharing your skills and knowledge with others? If yes, then this is the job for you. As a Ranger, Services (Biodiversity) in Fiordland you will be joining our talented

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Senior Vice President, Africa & Madagascar Field Division

RESPONSIBILITIES The SVP leads and manages the AMFD to ensure high-level delivery of results according to CI’s business model, institutional priorities, and agreed-upon “healthy sustainable societies” framework. This position leads the development and implementation of local-to-regional level strategies and integrates these at the global scale. This includes conservation strategies for terrestrial and marine priority areas,

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Internship at AIMM Portugal

The Marine Environment Research Association – AIMM Portugal – is a non-for profit, non-governmental organization focussed on the research and conservation of marine species that inhabit the Atlantic Ocean, running an ongoing study of cetaceans in the South of Portugal (Algarve). This project aims to obtain baseline information on species occurrence, behavior and social structure

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Ranger, Services (Biodiversity)

Are you someone who is passionate about the conservation of New Zealand’s natural flora and fauna? Do you have knowledge of marine ecology and practical skills and experience operating vessels offshore?  If yes, then this is the job for you. Ngāmotu/New Plymouth Office is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced person to become a member of

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Spatial Ecologist

The Spatial Ecologist works in coordination with the Eastern Division Conservation Team and other Conservancy staff to develop and implement spatially-based conservation projects, and will include a heavy emphasis on marine analysis, but may also include freshwater and terrestrial projects. S/he manages and maintains conservation databases and provides technical support, analysis and ecological modeling using

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Spatial Ecologist

The Spatial Ecologist provides technical and scientific support and leadership for conservation initiatives.  ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The Spatial Ecologist works in coordination with the Eastern Division Conservation Team and other Conservancy staff to develop and implement spatially-based conservation projects, and will include a heavy emphasis on marine analysis, but may also include freshwater and terrestrial projects. 

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Seascape Coordinator

The Seascape Coordinator will provide wide-ranging leadership and support for the Caribbean Marine Biodiversity Program (CMBP) in Jamaica, with three broad areas of responsibility: (i) oversight and support for all major conservation-related activities carried out at the seascape level in the Pedro Bank and SW Coast of Jamaica seascape (estimate: 65%); (ii) support for major conservation-related activities

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RESEARCH ECOLOGIST

This two-year post is for a scientist in the Wetland and Marine Research Team, reporting to the Wetland and Marine Research Manager, Dr Lucy Wright. The postholder will work on a series of exciting projects in the areas of waterbird and seabird ecology and on topical conservation issues, including field-based research. The candidate will also

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Resource Management Specialist

Duties include but are not limited to the following: Assist in conservation efforts for protected species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA) Implement conservation and recovery programs for marine mammals in Alaska Conduct analyses to reduce interactions between marine mammals and commercial fisheries Conduct consultations with federal agencies regarding

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