Monday, June 22, 2009

Internship - Al Wabra Wildlife Preservation

Internship - Al Wabra Wildlife Preservation

Closing Date: OPEN

Applicants for internships must fulfill the following qualifications:

Good English knowledge
Independent and initiative character
Patient and sensitive to animal needs
Ready to work with people of different cultures
Courage to do the internship at AWWP on his / her own risk, health and accident insurance applicable abroad
Veterinary interns must have started with clinics

To ascertain the suitability of your qualification and background, please answer the following questions; it’s not necessary to provide a positive answer always:

How can you prove your high-interest in zoo / wild animals (prior internship,
literature study, publications, hobby, personal animal handling experience,
special knowledge in specific fields)?
Have you ever done any public presentation/s or publication/s?
Do you have experience in scientific research?
Do you have experience in using computers and computer programs? If yes,which programs and software are you familiar?
Are you able and confident to work on your own with minimum supervision, if necessary?
What do you expect of an internship at AWWP?
What are your targets or goals in your professional life?

Working conditions:

Accommodation is free at Al Wabra Farm
Duration of internship should be 8 weeks
Flexible working hours
6 days per week with a lot of sun and oriental flair
After training and familiarity with the system, you will have the possibility to do
different self-standing work in the different departments such as veterinary,
laboratory and animal management work.
All interns are most welcome and encouraged to work on a research topic!

Please send your answers of the above questions, your CV, date and time of an internship. Do not hesitate to ask for more details. Please use the e-mail: Click here

Peter Dickinson

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