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Grab a chance to work for the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation (MWF) and discover the beautiful fauna and flora of the country. 


OVERSEAS APPLICANTS

GOOD NEWS!  MAURITIUS IS NOW ‘OPEN’ FOR VACCINATED PERSONS.  

Mauritius came out of a 2nd lockdown on 30th April 2021 but maintained strict restrictions until 30th June 2021. As from 1st July 2021 it was possible for non-Mauritians to enter Mauritius. All persons entering Mauritius should have had their full COVID-19 vaccination i.e., for most vaccines, 2 doses. 

The Mauritian Wildlife Foundation is now able to recruit from overseas. If you are interested in working or volunteering with us, please refer to the advertisements displayed on this website. If you are interested in volunteering but need to know the approximate cost of doing so, or have any other questions, please email: hr@mauritian-wildlife.org.

The position

A unique opportunity to join a dynamic field team, and contribute to the conservation of what was formerly considered amongst the rarest birds in the world. The project is considered as being one of the most successful bird conservation projects conducted. The position offers the successful applicant the opportunity to learn a wide range of field skills relating to the monitoring and management of the species including bird handling (ringing, blood sample collection and collection of morphometric measurements).

This is an exciting opportunity to work with a species and a project that is known internationally amongst conservationists.

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The position

This Mauritius Olive White-eye and the Mauritius Fody projects employ a team of staff and volunteers dedicated to the conservation and recovery of both species. The Project Coordinator is responsible for the management of at least one subpopulation as well as the supervision of the work carried out at all subpopulations. Most of the work is staff training and supervision as well as subpopulation management and monitoring, capture and ringing of birds, nest location and monitoring and disease monitoring. The work will often involve lone working in remote, rugged locations with basic living accommodation and little contact with those outside of the organisation.

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The position

A unique opportunity to join a dynamic field team, and contribute to the conservation of birds which are considered amongst the rarest passerines in the world. The position offers the successful applicant the opportunity to learn a wide range of field skills relating to the monitoring and management of the species including bird handling (ringing and collection of morphometric measurements).

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