Conservation is now more important than ever before and we have some wonderful opportunities to build our team. Will you join us to solve some of the most urgent conservation issues in the Otways?
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The Otways is a stunningly beautiful area with outstanding biodiversity and some very real conservation challenges. Thanks to some amazing supporters we have a chance right now to grow our team in order to deliver on-ground conservation and build knowledge for long term conservation. Does one of these positions sound like the opportunity of your dreams? (Please feel free to forward on!) 

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Conservation & Research Assistant:
This full time position will play a critical role in assisting development and delivery of CEC’s Conservation & Research Projects. The position is proudly supported by The Ian Potter Foundation. 
Find out more and download application detailsApplications close 4th January.
Conservation & Research Internship: 
Voluntary Internships provide an outstanding opportunity for recent graduates to gain experience in wildlife handling, research project design, data collection and analysis, community engagement, habitat conservation and non-profit management. Stipends to assist with living expenses are proudly supported by The Ian Potter Foundation.
Find out more and download application details. Applications for 2016 placements close 4th January.
Research Scholarships: 
Long term conservation outcomes are based on rigorous science and we currently welcome applications from researchers for financial assistance and research support for projects with clear conservation application in the Otways commencing in either first or second semester 2016. Scholarships are available in the following fields:

Otways Threatened Species, proudly supported by the CEC Eco-Alliance - SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED

Koala Ecology and Management, proudly supported by Leisure Solutions - Find out more and download application details.
From all around the world the Eco-Alliance works with the Conservation Ecology Centre to drive effective conservation action and share a deep connection with the natural world. We’d be delighted for you to join us.
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Celebrate the Festive Season with us! Pop into your local for a Spotted Ale. If they don't stock it, ask them to! 100% of profits support Tiger Quoll conservation.
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