Paid Internship for Dugong and Flying Fox Conservation Projects
Two science graduates needed to assist VESS to conduct surveys and fieldwork as well as office-based duties in Port Vila with travel to outer islands. October to November with possible extension. A chance for recent graduates to gain valuable work experience.
- Completed degree in science subject (would suit recent graduates)
- Good written communications skills in English and Bislama
- Good interpersonal skills
- Ability to work in a team
- No experience necessary, training will be given
- Must be available to travel up to 3 weeks to outer islands
- Interest and respect to Vanuatu’s flora and fauna
How to Apply
To apply, email your curriculum vitae (2 page max) and cover letter (1 page max) which includes a paragraph on why you think dugongs and bats are important to people and the environment to email@example.com before 25th of September 2019 .
Are you a recent science graduate?
Do you want to learn how to assess Vanuatu’s wildlife?
VESS is organizing a Biodiversity Assessment Training to be held from the 17th—20th of April 2018 in Port Vila. We are looking for at least six recent science graduates to train with us, preferably graduates with qualifications in the field of biology, environmental or marine science. The training will be conducted by Australian ecologist, Tyrone Lavery from the University of Queensland and will include assessments of birds, reptiles, mammals and invertebrates.
The training is part of the Bat Project and is being funded by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund. Interested graduates should be able to attend all 4 days of the training including evening outings. To register your interest, please email firstname.lastname@example.org