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Nuevo puesto de trabajo – EDUCADOR AMBIENTAL

Nuevo puesto de trabajo – EDUCADOR AMBIENTAL

 

DESCRIPTION: EDUCADOR AMBIENTAL

 

Título de la Posición:                     Educador Ambiental

Tiempo de contrato:                      8 meses

Ubicación:                                         Cusco, Zona de Amortiguamiento y Ámbito del Parque Nacional del Manu

Reportar a:                                         Jefatura del Parque Nacional del Manu

Período:                                              Mayo a diciembre, 2017

 

RESUMEN DE LA POSICIÓN:

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How volunteering can start a career in conservation

How volunteering can start a career in conservation

To get a job, you need experience. But does volunteering really help you get a career or is it just a bit of fun before ‘real life’ begins?

Our new digital content creator, Eilidh Munro, has just joined the Crees team at the Manu Learning Centre (MLC) – our research and education hub in the Amazon rainforest. Out of the current staff members, she’s the 7th to return to the jungle after a volunteering or internship programme with Crees.
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Discovering an immense boa constrictor in Manu Rainforest

Discovering an immense boa constrictor in Manu Rainforest

The Crees team records a three-metre boa constrictor: the first to be seen at our research and education hub, the Manu Learning Centre (MLC), in over five years.

When our team of researchers noticed something strange crossing the trail en route to camp, they didn’t realise that it would be one of the most exciting recent discoveries at the MLC.
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Research, education & community: meaningful alone, stronger together

Research, education & community: meaningful alone, stronger together

Discover what it’s like to work in the one of the most biodiverse places on Earth to bring together research, education and community projects for a sustainable Amazon.

Carlos Arévalo recently joined the Crees team as Programmes Manager. He brings with him a huge amount of knowledge of sustainable development and conservation, particularly within the Madre de Dios region in Manú, the Peruvian Amazon.
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Unusual Rainforest Friendships: A jungle duck joins the Crees family

Unusual Rainforest Friendships: A jungle duck joins the Crees family

After spending six months living and working in the Amazon rainforest, most conservation interns make life-long friendships. But for Chi Wei, she also made an unusual connection with an adventurous, half-wild duck…

When I travelled back to the jungle from Cusco in October, I noticed that a new friend had waddled into our lives – a duck nicknamed Pate.
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World Wildlife Day: Young Voices from the Amazon

World Wildlife Day: Young Voices from the Amazon

On World Wildlife Day we’re celebrating ‘Listen to Young Voices’. We believe this is crucial to saving the Amazon rainforest, but first we need to give young people choices…

Imagine, you live in the most biodiverse place on Earth but have never stepped into real rainforest.

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All is not lost: the value of protecting once destroyed rainforest

All is not lost: the value of protecting once destroyed rainforest

A conservation internship in the Amazon opened my eyes to the whole rainforest ecosystem and not just the pretty mammals in a primary forest, explains researcher Diego Balbuena.

Since I was a little kid, my dream had been to visit Manu. It’s an area of remote Amazon rainforest that sits in the south-east of my home country Peru and is one of the most biodiverse places on Earth.

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