Our mission is to investigate the main pollinators and their importance to forest conservation and share that valuable information with people to help them protect the forest and attain sustainability.
The home office is in Lima and the research center is in the lovely jungle conservation area of Moyobamba.
Help with Eco project
Help with Computers / internet
We are immediately looking to fill two important positions:
The Field Supervisor will be responsible for the security, management of day-to-day operations, and site development of the center in Moyobamba and act as the eyes and ears for the team in Lima.
We are seeking a responsible, reliable, mature individual who can make a minimum 6-month commitment. You are organized, pay attention to details, and have a pleasant way of working with people. You also love nature and do not mind living rustically. Experience with construction or project management is also helpful.
The Website Developer will be responsible for updating and redesigning our website , creating an English and Spanish version, creating and adding videos and a way to accept donations.
We are immediately seeking a creative individual with an interest in ecological conservation.
You will be provided:
• Lodging in Lima and at the Cinana site in the jungle conservation area 20 minutes from Moyobamba
• Transportation to and from Lima, Peru
• Guidance and training in all areas of responsibility
• Training in native bee cultivation and research unlike any other you will find in Peru
• Possible assistance to/from your home country to Lima, Peru. (Field Supervisor only)
Your efforts will help not only the local community but also make a powerful difference in an ecological system that benefits our whole planet.
If this is for you, please send an email expressing why you would like this position, your particular qualifications, and your availability.
Thank you for your interest!
The site in Moyobamba is a bed in a very simple bungalow.
Tarapoto (where you fly into), Cataratas de Ahuashiyacu, Lamas, Cordillera Escalera Conservation Area, and the Waqanki Center (a beautiful hummingbird and orchid garden) are just some of the lovely local areas to be enjoyed.
Please be aware that the site is in a very delicate and important part of an ecological conservation area. There are some protocols to be followed to ensure the well being of the forest and our native bee population (the kind that do not sting). Most importantly, there is no smoking.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
Maximum 5 hours a day, 5 days a week