Camphora is a collective that provides integrated flora, fauna and arboriculture baseline data to inform design intent and formulate solutions for ecological conservation. We are seeking to hire an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual who has a passion for biodiversity and enjoys working in the outdoors.
Job Duties And Responsibilities: You will mainly be assisting in the following (but not limited to):
Planning and execution of marine and terrestrial surveys
Integrate biodiversity findings into biodiversity impact assessment
Conduct inspections at development sites
Manage project deliverables
Attend and prepare for meetings
Degree in Environmental Science or related fields; with background in marine ecology.
Passionate about biodiversity conservation
Responsible, independent, and possess strong interpersonal skills
Physically fit, and comfortable being outdoors and in the forest
Able to work in a fast-paced environment and meet project deadlines
Familiarity with identification of marine/intertidal fauna, and knowledge in GIS or data analytics will be an advantage.
Applicants with at least 2 years of work experience are preferred, but fresh graduates are welcomed to apply. Appointment will be on a 1-year contract basis and salary will commensurate with qualification and experience.
Job: Full-Time Teaching Assistant at the College of Humanities and Sciences (BSc Hons, two positions, 2-year renewable contract).
All 2,000+ incoming Arts and Science students at the new College of Humanities and Sciences will read a common curriculum of 13 modules. An integrated module of this curriculum is Scientific Inquiry 1 – HSI1000 “How Science Works, Why Science Works”. This module will enhance students with an overt and applied understanding of the scientific method, which is an effective problem-solving tool for any situation.
HSI1000 will provide an interactive experience of labs, workshops, field trips and panel discussions, and is helmed by a team of motivated and experienced educators from the Faculty of Science – Ryan P. A. Bettens & Adrian M. Lee (chemistry), Yeo Ye & Sor Chorng Haur (physics), Seow Teck Keong & N. Sivasothi (biological sciences).
Full-Time Teaching Assistants (FTTAs) will be at the forefront of the module, working closely with the module professors, and facilitate small group sessions at the lab, workshops and field trips, mentor students, facilitate panel discussions and oversee student needs.
We are pleased to be able to recruit two more FTTAs to the existing team; fresh grads may apply. Candidates with an interest in teaching and facilitation, science and its history, student mentorship and care, who are keen to work with a motivated team in a dynamic environment, are invited to apply. Training is provided.