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Scientific sea turtle monitoring program

We employ as well as train and equip scientists with essential work skills and experience.
The field research team of the Gnaraloo Turtle Conservation Program includes a seasonal program assistant and scientific interns from Australia and all over the world who are appointed under the GTCP Scientific Internship Program.

Universities, Honours, Masters and PhD students also conduct their own research projects on sea turtles and other subjects at Gnaraloo.

Please note: All available positions have been filled for season 2017/18.

Program Assistant

The Program Assistant manages the Gnaraloo Turtle Conservation Program field team and works onsite as part of the team to undertake daily surveys of turtle nesting and feral animal activities in the monitored rookeries, community and school participation with the program, data analysis, scientific reporting and other office work. The Program Assistant receives work instructions, direction and guidance from the offsite GTCP Project Manager.

Click on the image below to read the Program Assistant recruitment ad for season 2017/18.

Conservation Program Assistant Job

Scientific Internships

The interns work, under direction and guidance, as part of the Gnaraloo Turtle Conservation Program (GTCP) field team to undertake daily surveys of turtle nesting and feral animal activities in the monitored rookeries, community and school participation with the program, data analysis, scientific reporting and other office work. All work by the GTCP field team is co-ordinated and managed by the site based GTCP Program Assistant and offsite GTCP Project Manager.

Click on the image below to read the Scientific Internship recruitment ad for season 2017/18.

Scientific Internship

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