Wednesday, September 30, 2020

INTERNSHIPS Opportunities at Lion Landscapes Tanzania

  Express       Wednesday, September 30, 2020
 
Internship-Human Wildlife Conflict internship  
Location: Iringa
Job Summary
A one to three month internship in the field focusing on reducing human wildlife conflict in Iringa Region

  • Minimum Qualification: Bachelor
  • Experience Level: Volunteer, internship
  • Experience Length: No Experience/Less than 1 year

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Job Description
Lion Landscapes is a international non-government organisation based in Iringa, Tanzania. We strive to reduce human wildlife conflict, especially with carnivores, and encourage peaceful coexistence. We believe that by working in the areas adjacent to protected areas we can initiate projects that bring benefits from the presence of the wildlife. This will help to reduce conflict between humans and wildlife while simultaneously assist the communities to meet their development needs.
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We have opportunities available for one to three month internships for those interested in growing and developing their skills. Must have a first degree from a recognized university, preferably in the subjects of zoology, botany, biology or related natural sciences. Activities will include monitoring and evaluation, field work and implementation, community outreach, education, and other activities.

Women are strongly encouraged to apply.
This position will be at a field camp in Iringa Region. The position is unpaid though a small stipend will be provided and all travel costs will be reimbursed. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
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MODE OF APPLICATION:
Please send CV and cover letter to: lionlandscapestanzania@gmail.com with the words "Opportunity" in the subject line.
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