Operation Wallacea – conservation careers event and internship opportunity

Operation Wallacea is a biodiversity and climate research organisation. For 25 years it has run biodiversity field expeditions to support the research of hundreds of academics and funded from tuition fees paid by students that then gain experience of working with publishing scientists.

Want to find out more about who Operation Wallacea are and the fantastic work we do then watch our introductory video (view here) . Want to watch the full version? You can find it here.

Careers in Conservation Talk

With wildlife species and habitats around the world being lost at an unprecedented rate, the natural world needs our help now more then ever. It is a very exciting time to embark on a career in wildlife conservation, and with changes in government policy and a global shift in attitude towards conservation, conservation career opportunities are looking better than ever. The number of jobs available in this sector is ever expanding, requiring a diverse and growing range of skills.

Think you might want a career in wildlife conservation but no idea where to start!? We understand it is becoming an increasingly competitive industry, so in our new careers in conservation talk, we have put together our top tips and advice on starting your career in wildlife conservation – giving you the best chance of success!

The seminar will also include a Q&A session with panellists from a wide range of conservation backgrounds, sharing how they got to where they are today.

Join us as a paid intern!

Looking for something to keep you busy now the festive period is over? Opwall are looking for a spring intern to join us in a hybrid role, spending 2 days in our Lincolnshire office and 3 days from home. The role will involve supporting a number of our departments, including volunteer expeditions sales, social media and IT, fundraising and promotional talks teams.

Accommodation in Lincolnshire can also be provided for in office days. If you are interested or would like more information, please send an application letter and CV to expeditions@opwall.com by the 25th January.

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