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Due to further expansion, Projects Abroad Fiji - Shark Conservation Project is seeking a new Female Marine Biologist/Field Coordinator to join the ever growing team. Shark Diving, cage diving, shark adventures, swimming with sharks, great white sharks,
- To carry out shark research in line with our Conservation Management Plan, under thesupervision of our lead scientist.
- Coordinate scientific work with our international and local project partners.
- Help develop and grow future scientific projects on a local and global scale.
- Train and educate research volunteers in all aspects of our scientific and awareness work.
- Daily, weekly and monthly schedules.
- Organisation and coordination of all field and related activities.
- Supervise research volunteers on water and land based work.
- Data collection, analysis and reporting.
- Assist with diving, underwater surveys and equipment deployment and retrieval.
-Marine Science Degree or similar
-PADI DM or higher
-First Aid certification
-Fluent in English, other language a bonus
-Must be able to work as part of a team and willing to put in long hours
-Very flexible approach to work Experience of shark research
-Long term commitment (min 1 year)
- 1 year contract with view to extend, subject to a 3 month probation period.
- Basic salary - Accommodation - 3 meals a day
- Comprehensive insurance
- Return flight to your home country after 1 year
- Visa related expenses
- Internet and phone
- Two days off a week
- Excellent in country support and benefits
- Working with some of the world's most renowned shark scientists and experts.
Please only apply if you have the relevant experience.!
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