Osa Conservation seeks a Restoration & Rewilding Coordinator for a leading role to connect restoration efforts with our community partners in the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica.
The Restoration & Rewilding Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing restoration and rewilding efforts on our properties and specifically within areas of key community partners (eco-lodges, private landowners and citizen science network partners).
Key duties include leading and carrying out science-led conservation initiatives, fundraising, building institutional partnerships, mentoring, and managing staff in a team-based system. This high-energy position reports to the Conservation Science Director.
The organization is in a growth phase, has a strong science-base and pursues data-driven conservation solutions and program designs. The ability to multi-task by organizing and managing a complex set of operations and facilities is essential.
The base of operations is the Osa Peninsula and an enthusiasm for living in the humid tropics is a must. Travel regionally is required.
The salary will be commensurate with other professional non-profit salaries paid in Costa Rica.
Photo courtesy of Osa Conservation.
Application deadline: 02/04/2018
Earliest start date: 02/05/2018