Job Opportunities in Coral Reef Conservation
CoralReefA at aol.com
CoralReefA at aol.com
Thu Jul 22 16:21:37 EDT 1999
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN CORAL REEF CONSERVATION
PLEASE FORWARD TO ANY POTENTIALLY INTERESTED STUDENTS AND OTHER INDIVIDUALS
The Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL), a non-profit conservation group based in
Berkeley, California, is growing and will need several new employees over the
next two years.
Specific job descriptions are not available as we are seeking to build a team
based on a combination of skills and interests. Work will include projects
focused on building public awareness about coral reefs, helping to create and
improve coral reef protected areas, and working with divers and the
dive-tourism industry to promote conservation.
CORAL does not undertake any scientific research. No research positions are
The essential job qualifications are:
Solid background in coral reef ecology
Strong interest in coral reef conservation
Ability to work well with others
Some travel may be required for certain positions.
If you might be interested in a position with CORAL, please mail, fax or
email your resume to the address below with a cover letter outlining your
primary areas of interest in coral reef conservation and estimating when you
might be available to start work. No telephone inquiries please. We are at
the early stages of our employee search, so we may not be able to respond to
your submission immediately. Thanks for your interest.
PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THE CORALREEFA at AOL.COM EMAIL ADDRESS
CORAL- The Coral Reef Alliance
64 Shattuck Square, Suite 220
Berkeley, CA 94704
email: coralmail4 at aol.com
For more information on CORAL, please visit our web site: www.coral.org
The Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) is a member supported, non-profit
organization dedicated to keeping coral reefs alive around the world. CORAL
helps local organizations in coral reef areas by providing financial support,
technical expertise and volunteers to help with coral reef conservation
projects. CORAL is using education and outreach programs to build a new
constituency of scuba divers, snorkelers and other concerned individuals to
help combat the major threats to coral reefs.
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