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):

Biostatistician for invasive terrestrial species and restoration projects

Financial Administrative Director for the CDF

The Charles Darwin Foundation Invites you to be part of its team in Galapagos.

The Financial Administrative Director will plan, organize and manage the administrative and financial activities of CDF that aim at efficient and effectiveprocesses. The Administrative Director will develop guidelines, financial analysis, policy compliance and create synergy with all areas of CDF with emphasis on Science, to facilitate CDF's mission.


If you are a professional with administrative training, Finance, Economy or related and with solid experience in administration and finance, this is your opportunity to contribute to the Galapagos Islands.

If you are interested in applying to this job, send your application to:adminfin@fcdarwin.org.ec

Details: Financial Administrative Director for the CDF

Researcher in Social Sciences for the Fisheries Area

Researcher in Social Sciences for the Fisheries Area

The investigator will develop and implement mainly social sciences, but not exclusively, around the institutionality that domains in the governance in the Province of Galápagos, with emphasis on the Galápagos Marina Reserve (GMR).

If you are a professional with a background in sociology, anthropology or similar with at least two years of experience working on interdisciplinary research projects related to the governance of natural resources, this is your opportunity to contribute to the work done by the CDF.

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

Details: Researcher in Social Sciences for the Fisheries Area

Bio-economist

Senior Fisheries Bio-economist

The bioeconomist of fisheries will collaborate and actively interact with the research projects developed in the marine area of the Charles Darwin Foundation, participate in the preparation of research proposals and in the management and analysis of databases, for the subsequent publication.

If you are a professional with a degree in Economics and have experience in economic valoration of the environmental goods and services, community management of natural resources, and the use of market mechanisms for environmental policies, this is your opportunity to contribute to the Galápagos Islands.

If you are interested in applying for this position send us your CV at: bioeconomista@fcdarwin.org.ec.

Details: Senior Fisheries Bio-economist

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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