[Coral-List] Perry Institute for Marine Science Announces 2010 Volunteer

Tori Redinger tredinger at perryinstitute.org
Thu Apr 8 10:57:26 EDT 2010

2010 Marine Science Internships



LOCATION: Lee Stocking Island, Exuma, Bahamas 

DURATION: 3-6 months (3 month minimum commitment)

STARTING DATE: Year round 

OPEN TO: Individuals with education and work experience in business
administration, accounting/finance, and/or hospitality


DESCRIPTION: Volunteers will work directly with management staff in
supporting day-to-day office administration, operations and hospitality
services at an international marine research center on Lee Stocking Island
in the Bahamas. Volunteers will gain valuable work experience related to
standard operating procedures, accounting and financial management,
inventory and scheduling, and visitor services support. Volunteers will also
have an opportunity to interact with marine scientists, local business
officials, and other local community members.


REQUIREMENTS: Must be highly motivated and a self-starter with excellent
computer and data entry skills including work with spreadsheets and
databases. First aid/CPR certification is required prior to arrival on Lee
Stocking Island. 


Also preferred: experience with Quickbooks or related accounting software.
Boating experience also a plus. 


TO APPLY: Send Cover Letter, Resume/CV and a list of three professional
references to Eric Lamarre, Island Manager, at elamarre at perryinstitute.org
or by fax to: 561-658-6159.



*This is a non-salaried volunteer position.  Room (shared accommodations)
and board and transportation will be provided.


To learn more about PIMS' mission and programs please visit
www.perryinstitute.org <http://www.perryinstitute.org/> .



Tori Redinger

Perry Institute for Marine Science

100 N. US Highway 1, Suite 202

Jupiter, FL 33477-5112

T: (561)741-0192 ext. 113

F: (561)741-0193

E: tredinger at perryinstitute.org 



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