If we can find the right person we will include a shark monitoring and education programme in 2012. If you have outstanding knowledge of sharks (biology, species identification, threats) we would like to hear from you. The job is primarily one of outreach so you must also have experience of working with fishing communities. In addition, you must speak either Capeverdean Creole or Portuguese (there will be no exceptions to this, please do not apply if you do not speak these languages).
The successful candidate will be employed as a Wildlife Ranger working with turtles as well as developing the shark programme.
If you are interested please apply in the usual way using the application form but also add a single page detailing your knowledge of and experience with sharks.