I am looking for one person for each of the following positions to work with me on my PhD and my EDGE-Dancing Frog Project in the Western Ghats of India funded by the Zoological Society of London – EDGE fellowship for the period of 2019 – 2020.
Research Associate: This position is open for a passionate, hard-working fellow who could work on multiple dimensions. I am looking for someone who has basic skills in MS office and R studio. Also, some knowledge and passion for amphibians and scientific research will do wonders. The work will be based out of a lab and field for a minimum period of 3 months. After this period, I will evaluate your performance and decide whether we can continue working together.
Intern: Passionate, nature enthusiast with skills in managing social media, making posters and other educational content with any background. Your work will be based out of sites in the Western Ghats and various field stations around the Western slope of Western Ghats – areas like Udupi, Coorg, Yana and so on in Karnataka, India. Working conditions will be tough. Enthusiasm for forests and frogs will be suitable.
You could be a graduate with any background however, it’s not mandatory that you have a degree or school/college experience. You must be more than 21 years old to be eligible for any of the above positions.
Remuneration will be discussed during an online interview process and will be based on your experience and the enthusiasm you bring to the project. I am looking for someone who would be willing to work for a minimum of 6 hours/day for at least 5 days a week.
I am looking for one intern and one full-time associate.
There is one position for a volunteer (no remuneration/I can provide basic accommodation and food at the study sites depending on your enthusiasm). You can come and experience working in the Ghats on your own terms.
Find more about my project and my PhD in the following links:
If you’re interested, please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org asking for the application form.
This is your chance to start a career in Wildlife Research.