Motivates them to ‘push the envelope’ in terms of developing innovative solutions for adapting to climate change and conserving biodiversity.
Encourages them to work as a team to provide clients with a unique offering of collective intelligence.
Supports them in producing work that is significant and is contributing to solving the ‘wicked problems’ facing societies across the world.
Assists them in constantly learning and developing themselves.
Enables them to see the world as their classroom.
A minimum of two years post-university experience in a professional environment.
A minimum of a Master’s degree in natural science-related disciplines (e.g. ecology, agriculture, climatology/hydrometeorology, geography) is particularly desirable. Qualifications and experience in environmental economics, agronomy, capacity building, social development and public health will also be considered.
A demonstrated ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
Excellent social and communication skills in spoken and written English.
A demonstrated ability to work accurately with attention to detail.
An ability to work well under pressure and meet tight deadlines.
Fluency in languages that are widely spoken in the developing world are highly desirable, particularly French, Spanish and Portuguese.
Proficiency in specialised analytical techniques is beneficial, particularly statistics, GIS and remote sensing.
A willingness to undertake frequent and extensive travel to remote areas.