OISC is not hiring at this time, but if you are interested in a career in conservation or research, check out these websites:
The large majority of RCUH’s volume of business is from research and training projects supported by extramural contracts and grants to University of Hawaiʻi faculty. Other projects, generally supported by federal and private funds, are task ordered to RCUH by state departments, county agencies, and national and international entities. These projects focus on the study of outer space, the vast ocean, and the interactions between air and sea. They also protect Hawaiʻi’s environment, contribute to family and children’s healthy development, increase knowledge of climate change, educate students, and bring other benefits to Hawaiʻi.
Inspired by the Mālama Honua Worldwide Voyage, the Conservation Career Compass serves as a guide on your career voyage to mālama ʻāina by providing career guidance, job listings, advice from professionals in the field, and more!
Volunteering is an excellent way to gain experience working in the field, get first-hand knowledge about the organization/s, develop a deeper understanding about conservation in Hawai‘i, and connect with the conservation community. OISC volunteer day info is also on our website: http://www.oahuisc.org/volunteer/