The CSIR (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research), a leading scientific and technology research organisation, are seeking two motivated and enthusiastic Doctoral Students to conduct research about ocean pollution and illegal fishing.
A well known entrepreneur of creative garden gadjets to attract wildlife, Richard Morris is returning to the Cape and looking for work as manager in the horticultural or nursery industry. He is an innovative green entrepreneur with plenty of experience and a CV that speaks for itself.
Applications are invited for the Scientist position that has become available in the Research Division of the KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board (KZNSB) in Durban.
The educational programmes must be interactive, challenging, dynamic and constantly upgraded and improved so that all visitors, in formal school groups or as casual holiday makers, will be excited by what they see.
Janis Theron is a full-time mom who loves writing and environmental education. She lives in Welcome Glen, Glencairn, and loves gardening, the beach, walking, animals and being with her boys. Her husband is an ecologist and avid fisherman. She studied a BA Journ at Rhodes University in the 80s and then followed up with an environmental education masters in 2003. Her ideal job would be outdoors involving children, nature and the written word.
BirdLife South Africa (BLSA) is looking for an experienced, responsible person in conservation and an interest in seabirds to join its international seabird research and conservation team.
The Science and Technology Alliance for Global Sustainability is currently seeking nominations for experts to serve on the first Science Committeee of the Future Earth initiative, as well as an Interim Director to provide executive leadership for the program.
WESSA will be taking on 59 interns across South Africa from the 1 April 2013, offering exciting opportunities to kick-start environmental careers.
The University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban has a position for a Senior Lecturer (equivalent to Assistant Professor) in Marine Biology at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban.