EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES


SNPA employs about 94 fulltime staff which includes park rangers, marine biologists, administrators, Accounts & support staff. If you are interested in joining our team, please contact our Corporate Services Division, Administration and Human Resource Section on telephone no. (+248) 225 114.
 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

In addition to full time employees the SNPA hires personnel through a variety of programs. There are often short term volunteer positions available. If you have something to offer and would like to work alongside us in the Seychelles, then please send us your Curriculum Vitae.
 

SUPPORT SNPA

We rely on grants and donations for our work in the Seychelles. SNPA currently receives three types of financial assistance for its activities:-

  • Annual budget subvention from the Government
  • Entry fees and the hosting of support facilities provided to visiting scientists, researchers
  • Financial assistance by donor/funding agencies to implement projects and programs.

Individuals and organisations interested in helping us achieve our aims and support us financially or make any donations may do so by contacting our Chief Executive Officer on telephone no. (+248) 225 114.

Corporate Sponsorship

SNPA will be pleased to discuss sponsorship opportunities where the partnership will be mutually beneficial and enhance the reputation of both parties. This can be for a particular project or in general support of the organisation.
The SNPA is interested in exploring sponsorship possibilities with companies as there are always conservation projects in need of funding, many of which have great publicity potential. Please contact the Chief Executive Officer to register your interest.

Thank you for your support. Please note that financial contributions made to the SNPA through the Environment Trust Fund receive 100% business tax exemption.

 

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