Rewilding Apennines’ new job offer

May 30, 2022

Rewilding Apennines is looking for a Chamois Field Officer!

Apennine chamois.
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Thanks to specific sponsorships, Rewilding Apennines is working in collaboration with Carabinieri Biodiversità of Castel di Sangro and the Sirente Velino Regional Park to monitor some populations of the Apennine chamois (Rupicapra pyrenaica ornata) e to plan some releases of the species on the Sirente Velino mountain chain.

The Chamois Field Officer is a person who loves field activities, knows well the species, is motivated to achieve the conservation objectives and is accurate to manage data and procedures. Moreover, he/she is graduated in Conservation biology or similar, knows well the software to collect data in the field (GPS), to manage the data in the space (GIS) and their statical processing.

It is essential that the Chamois Field Officer lives in the Apennine region, has own car and knows English very well.

The part-time contract will last 12 months and the details are reported in the Terms of Reference.

This is a quick call, so it is possible to participate until Sunday 5 June by sending the CV and the motivational letter in English to The availability to start working in the Central Apennines is required already from the week after.

Apennine chamois (Rupicapra pyrenaica ornata) females and juveniles in summer at rest on rocky slope. Endemic to the Apennine mountains.
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