[Coral-List] Conservation Manager Job - Thailand - with info!

Craig Rose craig at consult-sea.com
Fri Jun 16 07:34:23 EDT 2006

Dear All,

Apologies for sending the Thailand job as an attachment.  I didn't
realise it wouldn't be sent, but it makes sense not to send attachments
around a large list such as this one. 
I have copied the info into this email.

Please see their contact details below for applications.

The link to their site is 




Vacancy for:		Conservation Manager - Thailand

Our organisation

Teaching & Projects Abroad are proud to be the leading organisation
recruiting young people from the UK, Europe, USA, Canada and South
Africa to do worthwhile voluntary work overseas.

Annually we send two thousand enthusiastic volunteers to nineteen
developing countries to teach conversational English and to gain work
experience in the fields of medicine, journalism, veterinary science,
and law and to participate in grass-root conservation projects. We put
enormous importance on the welfare of our volunteers during their time
with us overseas.

Your role as Conservation Manager

.	Working in cooperation with our other staff you will be
responsible for making each new arrival feel welcome and secure in their
new environment.
.	You will be responsible for developing our conservation projects
further, giving daily project briefings and leading groups in the field
on mangrove projects, beach clean-ups, salvage dives and reef
observation work. (Dive training will be given if necessary)
.	You will help maintain effective communication between our local
office and our head office in the UK and with volunteers before their
arrival in Thailand.

Skills and attributes

You will ideally have a degree and some work experience in marine
biology. You must be enthusiastic at the prospect of working in a
culturally diverse environment and you must respond well to others -
possessing interpersonal customer service and team working skills. You
will be energetic and relish the opportunity to work in a challenging

You should have basic IT skills including use of email and the Internet.
A high standard of English, both written and spoken, is essential. 

As a new member of the team you will receive a full briefing either by
our UK staff or local Thai staff and full on the job training at our
conservation project base in Aonang, Thailand. 

The successful candidate can expect to be paid a competitive salary,
inclusive of food, accommodation and transport. 

Applications must be received by 26th June 2006. Please send your CV and
a covering letter to: davidlong at projects-abroad.org

Teaching & Projects Abroad
Aldsworth Parade
West Sussex
BN12 4TX

Email:		davidlong at projects-abroad.org 
Website:	www.projects-abroad.co.uk 


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