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Overseas Opportunities

Overseas Opportunities

Immediate Opportunities

We accept applications for all our field positions throughout the entire year so if you are interested in any role please do forward your application

Project Manager

This is a unique opportunity to independently manage and develop Frontier’s overseas projects in the field with supervision from the London Headquarters.

The Project Manager will have overall administrative control of the field projects including volunteer communications, financial management, equipment resupply and maintenance, comprehensive reporting procedures, volunteer and staff deployments, management of local relations and networks, fundraising for the project and the supervision of local staff.

Recruiting for positions throughout 2014: How do I Apply?

Principal Investigator

We are seeking experienced researchers with a proven ability to direct field research and write up results for our terrestrial and marine research programmes. The successful candidates will have a good MSc or a PhD in a relevant discipline, publications, and a significant amount of biodiversity or conservation research experience, ideally in a tropical setting.

The role will include developing and implementing the research programme, involving the daily supervision of volunteer Research Assistants, data collection and analysis, and report-writing.

All those applying for research positions need to complete the Research Officer Application Form for their application to be considered.

Recruiting for positions throughout 2014: How do I Apply?


Teaching & Community Project Coordinator

We are seeking experienced project leaders with a proven ability to coordinate volunteers, to manage and develop Frontier Teaching & Community Projects. This will involve arranging placements and logistics, managing volunteers, administering the project and budgets, liaising and negotiating with local organisations and partners and taking responsibility for the overall running of the programme.

Recruiting now for positions throughout 2014: How do I Apply?


Dive Officer - Marine Research Programmes

Required to manage all diving operations associated with the Marine Research Programme, including the supervision of daily diving and in-water activities and to ensure the proper maintenance of all dive equipment and boats.

Positions available for 6 or 12 months. We are also taking applications for later in the year.

All those applying for the position of Dive Officers need to complete the Dive Officer Application Form for their application to be considered.

We take applications for both immediate positions, and for those starting later in the year: How do I Apply?


Assistant Research Officer

Self-funded positions available for those with less experience who would like to add to their field experience and possibly progress to a funded position.

The role involves assisting the Principal Investigator with the development and implementation of the research programme, involving the daily supervision of volunteer Research Assistants, data collection and analysis, and report-writing.

All those applying for research positions need to complete the Assistant Research Officer Application Form for their application to be considered. We take applications for both immediate positions, and for those starting later in the year: How do I Apply?


Assistant Teaching Coordinator

To assist in the management and development of Frontier's Teaching and Community Projects. The Officer will offer a valuable service to the local community within which they are working by providing essential skills such as teaching English and other subjects, and managing volunteer placements within the community.

Recruiting now for positions during 2014: How do I Apply?


Project Coordinator

To be responsible for the successful delivery of project activities including the coordination of Frontier volunteers, logistics and administration of the project and supporting local partner NGO field staff.

Recruiting now for positions during 2014: How do I Apply?


Eco-Trail Leader

To lead mobile volunteer travel and conservation experiences and oversee all the logistical and administrative aspects of the expedition. This involves supervision of the budget, project resources and equipment, overall responsibility for the general welfare of all staff and volunteers.

For details and a general itinerary of each trail please see each program's web page.

Recruiting now for positions during 2014: How do I Apply?


Field Communications Officer

This post is an opportunity for aspiring journalists to gain experience of content and media production and management while on an overseas conservation or community volunteering project.  The role would suit someone aiming to work as a travel journalist or in media/content production for a NGO.

For details and a general itinerary of each trail please see each program's web page.

Recruiting now for positions starting in June 2014: How do I Apply?