In the luxury turtle rescue center of a Maldives hotel, hire a two-week internship in August. The job is to take care of turtles, post on Instagram and learn from veterinary experts.
What's more, the successful candidate will have their flights, accommodation, and all food covered, meaning the whole experience would usually cost around $6,340.
While the work placement isn't paid, the intern not only won't have any costs, they'll essentially get a free Maldives holiday at Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu resort.
The intern will also get to enjoy full board benefits, enjoying every meal at Coco Palm's Cowrie restaurant, where breakfast, lunch, and dinner are a buffet of Maldivian cuisine.
The successful candidate will be gifted some of the exciting experiences available to guests of the resort, such as a sunset cruise, diving, dolphin watching, and a guided group snorkeling trip in the stunning Baa Atoll.
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Intern's responsibilities include feeding the turtles, cleaning tanks, observing surgeries and medical procedures, and attending rescue missions to collect turtles in need. They'll be working with one of the UK's leading specialist turtle veterinary surgeons, Dr. Claire Petros, and thus getting an incredible experience
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The intern will be required to provide information to guests on the project, attend any presentation evenings, and post on the project's social media platforms to keep followers updated on what's happening behind the scenes.
To be in with a chance of securing the internship, applicants must submit a 2 to 3-minute video and a 500-word cover letter explaining why they think they would be a good fit for the role. You don't need any previous experience to apply. Regrettably, you need to be a UK resident over the age of 18 years and keen to work in a related field.
You can apply on the Coco Collection website from June 17, and entries are open until June 31. Coco Collection will then create a shortlist of candidates before The Olive Ridley Project selects the winner.
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