Scuba Instructor and Marine Biologist -Belize

Reef Conservation International
Job Category
Full time Positions
500 Belize Dollars/250 USD a week
Start Date
Last Date to Apply
Marine Biology • Creating/developing new marine conservation projects (i.e. coral farming) • Leading volunteers in ReefCI conservation projects • Caribbean reef fish identification • Coral reef surveying techniques • Whale shark population monitoring skills • Collecting data on coral reef survey • Community outreach and environmental education • Spearfish training and diving for removal of lionfish • Rebooting our conservation programs Diving • Coordinating and leading marine conservation dives • Teach PADI dive course when required • Guide dives when required • Lead marine conservation programs • Maintaining snorkel, dive, and kayak equipment • Diving procedures • Dive safety procedures Volunteer/Guest Management • Customer care • Health and safety • Communications with staff, volunteers, and management • Helping out in other areas when required ADDITIONAL NOTES Reef Conservation International is an independent organization offering expert diving and marine conservation experiences. We operate out of our own private 'castaway' island, Tom Owens caye, a 1½-acre island situated 25 miles from mainland Belize. You will live and work on the island Monday through Friday. All meals and accommodations while on the island are provided. Please note that accommodations are rustic and basic. Fridays you will return to the mainland and the weekends are yours to enjoy and explore all Belize has to offer.
QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS • PADI Dive Instructor • A marine biology degree or related field Please send your resume/cv to I will be screening and conducting interviews as I receive them until the right candidate is found. This is a high need position and I am looking to fill as soon as possible.
Contact Person
Anthony Saner
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