<< Back

This job listing is no longer active.
Please use our Environment Jobs Search to find current vacancies.


Scientific Researchers

Reference BDA08  (Please mention Stopdodo/Environment Jobs in your application)
Sectors Terrestrial / Aquatic Ecology & Conservation
Location Galapagos Islands - America South
Salary Range Dependent on Experience
Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level Mid Level
Deadline 31/12/2008
Company Name Charles Darwin Foundation
Contact Name
Email empleo@fcdarwin.org.ec
Website Further Details / Applications
Charles Darwin Foundation logo
Directory Entry :
Also Listing:

The Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) is a non-profit organization, dedicated to research for conservation and sustainable development of the Galapagos Islands (Ecuador, South America). We are currently seeking to strengthen our science team by incorporating experienced researchers  in the five following  themes:

1) Biodiversity baselines and collections - taxonomist
2) Monitoring of ecological changes - ecologist skilled in the development of cost effective and statistically sound monitoring strategies
3) Community and ecosystem processes -  ecologist skilled in  modelling of terrestrial and /or aquatic systems (including fisheries systems)
4) Social Sciences and human geography - a social scientist experienced with the analysis of island communities
5) Solutions for ecological restoration - ecologist experienced with rare species recovery, introduced species management, ecosystem restoration, disturbed ecosystem modelling

This is an excellent opportunity for professionals with a strong scientific background, including a Ph.D. in biological or social sciences, combined with a minimum of 5 years experience in scientific research and project management. Strong consideration will be given to applicants with a good command of English and Spanish.
To apply please send your CV to
empleo@fcdarwin.org.ec quoting reference CIE_08. Applications will be considered until 31th  December 2008.

Add to My Account
<< Back