Senior Project Officer- Elephant Biologist Jobs in Guwahati - WWF-India

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Last Date to Apply: 10-12-2019
Senior Project Officer- Elephant Biologist - Job Details Date of Posting: 26-11-2019

Senior Project Officer- Elephant Biologist at various locations  job vacancies in WWF India

Qualification  :  PhD in biology, ecology, behavior sciences, botany, wildlife conservation, or other discipline related to elephant biology and/or human-wildlife conflict; OR Masters in one of these fields with demonstrable publishable research; AND Demonstrated abilities in scientific writing; Competency and demonstrated accomplishment in rigorous research design and statistical analysis (preferably using the program R)

Experience :  Exposure of working with research and conservation institutions. Collecting and managing data. Writing and publishing peer-reviewed scientific papers. Working in teams and managing teams of at least two other people. Working in elephant landscapes. Engaging respectfully with communities suffering from human-elephant conflict. Proficiency/fluency in Assamese and/or Hindi is desired

Locations :  i) Western Ghats/Nilgiris Landscap  ii) Brahmaputra Landscape

How To Apply ForSenior Project Officer- Elephant Biologist at various locations  job vacancies in WWF India

Apply Via Email to: recruitments@wwfindia.net. Last Date for sending applications: 10th December, 2019.

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