Lilongwe Wildlife Trust is recruiting! Please also see below for current job positions and those that will become vacant in the future, including the dates that job applications will be accepted again. Unfortunately, due to the high volume of prospective applications received, we may not be able to respond to every email and whilst we will keep your details on file you will still need to actively re-apply during the application period.
In the meantime you can find out more about our volunteer programme here.
We are looking for two field research assistants who will conduct the fieldwork based out of our research camp at VMWR, working with and reporting to the Research Manager, Amanda Harwood. They will coordinate all research activities, supervise the volunteer program, and manage the research camp in Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve.
We are looking for a veterinary clinical instructor who will be responsible for all the basic veterinary care of the animals at LWC, work closely with other members of the animal care team and provide training and supervision for veterinary students.
This is not a role with Lilongwe Wildlife Trust. This role is posted on behalf of our partners Kuti Wildlife Reserve.
The primary focus of the Hospitality & Marketing Manager is to be the face of Kuti and to ensure a high standard of service delivery to Kuti Wildlife Reserve guests. Key areas of work include hosting of guest, managing the hospitality staff (restaurant, bar, housekeeping) organising events, and promoting Kuti to ensure a constant stream of revenue.
We are looking for an Animal Care and Rehabilitation Manager at the Lilongwe Wildlife Centre. The job requires you deliver the highest level of care and rehabilitation to all animals at the centre. Also to provide training, mentoring and build the capacity of members of staff as well as mentor the volunteers, interns and externs who pass through the centre. The successful applicant will have a Bachelor’s degree (essential) or a Master’s degree (desired) in an animal related field such as: animal behaviour, wildlife management, veterinary science or similar animal related field. With a minimum experience of 5 years rehabilitating and/or caring for different species in a captive care setting. Applications will remain open until the vacancy is filled.