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Getting involved

Vacancies

A KORA employee sets up a photo trap. This is attached to a small tree in the forest at the edge of a forest road. There is snow.
Mounting a camera trap for the lynx monitoring in Switzerland. © Fridolin Zimmermann

There are currently no vacancies.

Internship, Civilian service and volunteering

KORA can offer 2-3 traineeships. An internship usually lasts 3–6 months. To fill these positions KORA works together with the National Training Program BNF.

Candidates should have a degree in ecology, biology, veterinary medicine, environmental science, conservation or a related field. Suitable candidates must be able to work independently while fitting well into the KORA team. For field work, good physical fitness, the ability to move safely in difficult terrain and a driver’s license are essential.

KORA can also employ a maximum of two people at the same time in civilian service.

Limited voluntary or temporary employment positions are sometimes also available.

Interested persons please write to .

Scientific theses

In the frame of its research projects, KORA can support one to two university or college graduate students (e.g. BSc, MSc or PhD) who would pursue their scientific thesis project as part of the main research program. Prerequisite for such a project is a prior internship with KORA.

Interested persons can send their Letter of Interest and full CV to .

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