Do you have what it takes to work in conservation? We are always looking for hard-working, enthusiastic people to become part of our team. Find a position that works for you, or apply speculatively here.
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Kafue Release Facility Manager
GRI is currently looking for a mature and responsible individual or management couple to live and work full-time in south Kafue National Park at the Release Facility to oversee daily operations of the facility and its staff.
The main role of the Release Facility Manager (RFM) will be to ensure that all project management systems are working well and efficiently, which will incorporate the elephant programme systems as well as those relating to camp logistics and HR. A priority of the RFM will be to oversee all project teams and provide guidance and leadership to the staff within their various roles.
The RFM will be expected to be fully conversant with the roles and responsibilities of all the teams and direct them when needed.
Full job description is here
Game Rangers International are recruiting for a Volunteer Host to support our Volunteer Programme.
As Volunteer Host, you will spend three weeks periods on tour with the volunteers you are hosting. While we’ll make sure you get rest time, this is no 9 to 5 job and the right person needs to be sociable, energetic, and comfortable in the company of people for long periods of time. We are looking for dynamic people person who enjoys the company of all ages and backgrounds with superb organisation skills, a great team player with a lot of enthusiasm, maturity, resilience and a great work ethic. A strong interest in conservation, environmental education and animal behaviour is preferable.
The full description is here
Wildlife Rescue Vet
The GRI Wildlife Rescue Vet will provide routine, preventive and emergency medical care for all wildlife within the care of GRI related projects, as well as providing a supportive role to the DNPW Vet Unit in the response and in-situ support to wildlife in distress.
Health research is incorporated into this role as well as a One-Health approach, supporting with the control and prevention of zoonotic diseases. The Wildlife Rescue Vet will be responsible for reporting, planning, veterinary supplies and equipment as well training opportunities for veterinary interns and students.
Read the full job description here,
If you are interested in working with us but there are no positions for you, please do send in your CV and covering letter to email@example.com
GRI Internship programme
Game Rangers International is committed to offering work experience opportunities to Zambian citizens within our programmes. We offer 3 month placements to talented and passionate individuals with an interest in wildlife conservation. If you are a citizen of Zambia and you wish to apply, follow the link below.