Nonprofit Conservation science Biology jobs in North America

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Found 5 Volunteer jobs

  • Curator, Draper Natural History Museum at Buffalo Bill Center of the West

    • Cody, Wyoming located 50 miles east of Yellowstone National Park
    • Competitive salary, full benefits package. $70,000 to $80,000
    • Buffalo Bill Center of the West

    The Buffalo Bill Center of the West, an AAM accredited museum, is looking for a visionary collaborative leader to serve as Curator of Draper Museum.

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  • Foundation Program Manager

    • Seattle, Washington State
    • The foundation offers an excellent benefits package and a salary that is commensurate with education
    • JRS Biodiversity Foundation

    The Program Manager combines grantmaking, grants management, and evaluation with operational areas of administration, finance, and governance.

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  • Field Biologist Macaw Conservation

    • Costa Rica (CR)
    • The Ara Project

    The role of the field assistant is to help our lead field biologist monitor Costa Rica’s wild Great Green Macaw population during the breeding season.

  • Conservation Volunteer

    • Punta Islita, Costa Rica
    • The Ara Project

    We could not exist without the dedicated volunteers. The applicant will be a Macaw care taker at our Breeding Center during the non-breeding season.

  • Wildlife Habitat Restoration Volunteer Positions

    • Kure Atoll Wildlife Sanctuary, Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI)
    • Kure Atoll Conservancy will award $1,000 upon completion of field season to help offset expenses
    • Kure Atoll Wildlife Sanctuary

    Job Type: Habitat Restoration Volunteer Positions Kure Atoll Conservancy will award $1,000 upon completion of field season to help offset expenses ...

  • Marine Field Assistant

    • Key West, Florida
    • Volunteer position with accomodation covered
    • Florida International University

    Field assistants wanted to participate in a 4-6 week field study of permit (Trachinotus falcatus) in Key West, Florida.

  • Plague Ecology and Mammal Conservation Technicians

    • South Dakota (in and near Badlands National Park) and New Mexico (White Mountains)
    • Daily living stipend for each day of work (housing provided)
    • U. S. Geological Survey

    We are studying plague ecology and mitigation tools in South Dakota and New Mexico. The ultimate goal is to conserve wildlife and preserve ecosystems.