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Tropical Marine Conservation Biology Instructor

The Tropical Marine Conservation Biology Instructor is part of a team of professionals that support an exceptional overseas learning experience for students from universities in the US. Exceptional knowledge of Tropical Marine Conservation Biology through either prior research or teaching, teaching and leadership skills, the ability to be an exemplary part of the team and interest in all aspects of the success of the Research Station are distinguishing characteristics for the position. The minimum qualifications are: a PhD in Biology (or related field) with an emphasis in marine conservation, ecology or biology, scientific diving experience, broad field research experience in marine conservation biology and excellent analytical skills, read more…

Application deadline: May 30, 2017
Internship dates: August 1, 2017 to August 30, 2018 (13 months)


Interns / TA’s

Summer internship
The Intern will be a resident of CIEE Summer Residence at Hamlet Oasis. S/he is responsible for supporting the Director, faculty and staff at the CIEE Research Station Bonaire in their efforts to assure the quality and success of the program. The Intern is responsible for supporting CIEE faculty with their instructional and research responsibilities as requested, oversight of student residents at the station, assisting faculty and students with research, assisting with diving for research and education, assisting the Dive Safety Officer with implementation of the Dive Safety Program and assisting the Administrative Staff with day-to-day operations of the field station and office.  Read more

Application deadline: n/a, review starts immediately
Internship dates: asap – August 19, 2017


Paid interns CRE
The CIEE Tropical Marine Ecology and Conservation program in Bonaire is a study abroad program for undergraduate students. The CIEE Intern will assist in program delivery, academics, research, group dynamics, logistics, dive safety, student transportation, day-to-day errands and student security at the residences. Duties include assisting with preparations for classes and labs as instructed by faculty, record keeping for the dive safety program and assistance in normal day to day operations at the field station. The internship lasts 17 weeks and will require a commitment of 40+ hours per week, which includes activities in the evenings and weekends. We are looking for an individual with the ability to work as a team member, a strong commitment to education and research in marine ecology and conservation, ability to assist with resident hall management, and willingness to work flexible hours.

Application deadline: June 15, 2017
Internship dates: August 1 to December 16, 2017


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