CIWY is constantly growing, and with each step we need more and more talented individuals to help us. Our employees are our most valuable assets in achieving our goals.
As a grassroots organization our staff is lean, so everyone has a large hand in helping us reach our goals. We need zoologists, biologists and veterinarians, but we also need marketing professionals, administrative staff, accountants, trachers and construction specialists. If you are a team player, capable of spearheading and leading initiatives, and if you have a strong passion to work with and help wildlife, we would like to work with you.
CIWY is an equal opportunity employer and we do not discriminate against applicants due to their nationality, race, sex, age, religious affiliation or sexual orientation. Apply your passion, skills, and talents to helping us protect Bolivia’s wildlife.
Before you decide that CIWY is the right place for you, have a look at what it’s like to work at CIWY.
CIWY depends on its employees to achieve its mission of helping Bolivia’s wildlife. If you are interested in joining our team, please have a look at our current vacancies.
Gain valuable experience in a dynamic working environment by becoming an intern at CIWY. Learn more about our internships.
We are always looking for volunteers to help us with our work. Since 2000, over 8,000 volunteers from more than 65 countries around the world have helped to make CIWY what it is today. Join this ever-growing network and gain a unique experience working with wildlife. Learn more about volunteering.
Friends of Inti Wara Yassi (FIWY) is our sister organization in the UK. They have been a major source of support since their founding in 2008. Find out more about FIWY here.
Quest Overseas organizes gap year trips for British and international students. Since 2001, Quest has worked with CIWY to bring much needed volunteers and funds. If you are interested in the programs they have with us, find out more here.