OMPO Project Manager «Conservation of the biodiversity »
OMPO / European Institute for the management of wild birds and their habitats, is an international non-governmental organization created in 1984 under the French law. Its area of intervention covers the one of AEWA, African-Eurasian agreement for the conservation of migratory waterbirds, and concerns 119 States from Siberia to Southern Africa.
OMPO is looking for a Project Manager « Conservation of the biodiversity » to carry out a study on the conservation and management of the huntable species in Europe.
The purpose of the OMPO project, under contract with FACE (Federation of Associations for Hunting and Conservation of the European Union), is to prepare a scientific report. The project will focus on a comprehensive balanced approach combining conservation and management of the huntable birds of the FACE Member States.
Working for FACE provides a unique opportunity to provide the bridge between hunters and other conservationists on the ground and EU decision-makers.
We exist to ensure that hunting in Europe remains good for people and nature. The people who work for us help make this happen. You could become part of a dynamic team who make a vital difference to the 7 million people who hunt in Europe and the future of our precious nature. Our trainees and interns also play a huge role in helping us to meet our ambition.
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