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EXPEDITION STAFF VACANCIES
Coral Cay's projects are co-ordinated by specialised, highly motivated staff on either four, six month, or year-long contracts. All staff positions are voluntary, staff will be required to fund their own flights, insurance, transfers to and from site and any personal expenses. Coral Cay will however cover your food, accommodation and work related expenses whilst on-site.
Due to the ongoing expansion and development of our projects we look to recruit enthusiastic new members to our team sporadically throughout the year. Please feel free to contact us to find out whether there is an upcoming vacancy for the position of your choice.
A minimum six month voluntary post as senior in-country scientist responsible for overseeing CCC's conservation programme including scientific training, surveying, project partner liaison and community engagement.
We occasionally require Medical Officers during the Summer months. If you are available during this period please do get in touch and we can confirm whether we have any future vacancies.
A minimum four month voluntary post overseeing the general health and safety of the expedition and providing medical treatment to the staff and volunteers.
A minimum six month voluntary post, assisting in the delivery of scientific training of volunteers and daily survey activities on CCC's expedition sites.
A minimum four month voluntary post overseeing the safety of expedition diving activities and training of non-divers to allow participation in marine conservation surveys.
To apply, please download the expedition staff application form below and send this completed form, a brief covering email and your CV to CCC at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Expedition staff application form.doc
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Please note that British citizens and residents will be Disclosure and Barring Service Criminal (Enhanced) DBS checked by Coral Cay Conservation.