Thank you for your interest in joining our team. Vacancies listed on this page change frequently; please check back regularly to find the work that suits you best. In order to apply for a vacancy, follow the steps laid out in each individual announcement.

 

The Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Islands is currently looking for candidates for the following position(s):

Entomologist

Researcher in Terrestrial Ecology and Conservation

Application deadline: September 30, 2022

Latest starting date: Immediate
Duration: Initially, this is a two-year appointment, with options to continue based on performance and funding.

The Charles Darwin Foundation invites you to be part of its working team.

If you are interested please send your application to: pro.seleccion@fcdarwin.org.ec

Details: Researcher in Terrestrial Ecology and Conservation.

GV2050

Scientist in Conservation Sustainability Research

Application deadline: August 31, 2022

Duration: Two year with possibility of renewal based on performance

If you are a professional with relevant experience to the position, this is your opportunity to contribute to the Galapagos Islands.

If you are interested please send your application to: pro.seleccion@fcdarwin.org.ec

Details: Scientist in Conservation Sustainability Research

Note:  Employment legislation of the Government of Ecuador and the Special Law of the Galapagos gives priority employment to permanent Galapagos residents and to qualified Ecuadorians. For this reason, some of the employment opportunities listed on this site will be open only for these groups.

If you are unable to load the documents, or have questions about a vacancy, please contact our Human Resources Department:
recursos.humanos@fcdarwin.org.ec
+593 05 252 6146 

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