Calling All Marine Enthusiasts!

Bottlenose Dolphin by Sarah Perry

Bottlenose Dolphin by Sarah Perry

CBMWC Volunteers

CBMWC Volunteers

The Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre (CBMWC) are currently looking for dedicated and enthusiastic individuals to join our Living Seas Team for the 2017 research season (27th March-30th October 2017).

Positions available for 2017 include:

Living Seas Volunteers 

Volunteers will help us to collect data on the marine wildlife of Cardigan Bay, run our visitor centre and inspire visitors and the public through community engagement activities. The positions

Volunteer positions are available from 27th March until 30th October 2017. You must be able to volunteer for an entire block and priority will be given to those who can volunteer for more than one block.

  • Block A – 27th March – 24th April (4 weeks)
  • Block B – 24th April – 22nd May (4 weeks)
  • Block C – 22nd May – 10th July (7 weeks)
  • Block D – 10th July – 4th September (8 weeks)
  • Block E – 4th September – 30th October (8 weeks)

Living Seas Research Assistant

The volunteer will assist the Living Seas Science Officer with the delivery of our Living Seas research objectives focused on marine megafauna in Cardigan Bay and the Irish Sea

The position is for the entire season season from 27th March to 30th November.

ShoreFin Volunteer

The Volunteers will be responsible for our land-based bottlenose dolphin photo-identification project

These positions are for the entire season from 27th March to 30th November.

SeaSeal Volunteer

The Volunteers will be responsible for our Atlantic grey seal photo identification project.

These positions are for the entire season from 27th March to 30th November.

Volunteering for the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales at CBMWC is a fantastic opportunity for you to make a positive contribution to marine conservation, meet new people who share your interests and experience Wales’ amazing marine life. You will learn about the species and habitats in Cardigan Bay, gain vital experience in field work, research methods, community engagement and much more.

Past volunteers have gone on to further education, work as Marine Mammal Observers and to work for other conservation or Government organisations.

To find out more about the roles please visit http://www.cbmwc.org/2016/11/22/recruiting-volunteers-for-2017/

The closing date for applications is 23:59pm on Sunday 29th January 2017 

If you have any questions please email volunteer@cbmwc.org or call 01545 560224.

Laura Evans, Living Seas Volunteer Coordinator