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):

Ecologist Agronomist Consultant for the Galapagos Verde 2050 Project

Ecologist Agronomist for the Galápagos Verde 2050 Project

Are you passionate about contact with nature, the earth, getting involved with the community working on ecological restoration in rural areas using innovative technologies that save water?

We offer you this experience! The Galápagos Verde 2050 Project opens this vacancy for you to contribute with your work to these beautiful Islands.

If you're interested in applying to this position, please email us at: ecologo.agronomo@fcdarwin.org.ec.

Details: Ecologist-Agronomist Consultant for the Galapagos Verde 2050 Project

Research Assistant for the Galápagos Verde 2050 Project

Research Assistant for the Galápagos Verde 2050 Project (Phase 2)

The Galápagos Verde 2050 project invites you to be part of its team that aims to achieve the ecological restoration of the islands.

If you are a professional motivated by conservation, if you like to plan, execute field activities and interact with people of different cultures, apply to this position and live this opportunity to strengthen one of the most important natural heritages of the world.

If you're interested in applying to this position, please email us at: asistenteinvestigacion@fcdarwin.org.ec.

Details: Research Assistant for the Galápagos Verde 2050 Project (Phase 2)

Marine Ecologist

Marine Ecologist

The Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) is seeking a marine scientist with experience in sharks to work as a marine ecologist for the Sharks Project in our research station based in Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island.

The selected candidate will be an important team member of the project which aims to use scientific knowledge to guide the conservation of this group of threatened species. The project invovolves studies on the ecology of sharks, the effects of El Niño cycles on their populations, their habitat use, migratory pathways, populations genetics or socio-economic studies.

If you're interested in applying to this position, please email us at: tiburones2018@fcdarwin.org.ec.

Details: Marine Ecologist

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 

The “Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Islands”, in French “Fondation Charles Darwin pour les îles Galapagos”, Association International sans but lucratif (“AISBL”), has its registered office located at Drève du Pieuré 19, 1160 Brussels, and is registered under the trade registry of Brussels under the number 0409.359.103.

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