Project: Restoring peatlands and enhancing livelihood for the local communities in Mongolia

Primary location: The chosen candidate must be located in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, with occasional travel to project sites as required, including overseas travel.

Salary: Competitive salary commensurate with experience and performance

Purpose of the job: We are thrilled to offer an opportunity to lead the coordination of the PRP on a full-time basis throughout its entirety. The Project Manager will oversee the overall coordination of the PRP, collaborating closely with the Project Lead and other project partners. Responsibilities encompass a diverse range of tasks related to project organization, administration, finance, and legal management. 

Applications should include a cover letter summarising the applicant’s suitability for the position and a detailed CV. Applications should be sent by email to marking your application with “Project Manager, PRP” in the subject line. If you are interested please send your detailed CV to Only selected candidates will be contacted.   

Full document can be downloaded from here.

Interviews: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Deadline: for submission of applications Jul 1, 2024. 



We are interested in working with volunteers in many field projects. Volunteering is a great way to make a difference to environmental conservation and field research projects. Also it helps you to meet new friends and learn new skills. There are many opportunities to volunteer in a wide range of activities from developing an educational material to assisting in research of endangered species. The number of volunteers who join us is growing each year. If you wish to spend your time for volunteering, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Click here to download application forms: Mongolian (MSWord doc), English (MSWord doc). Only selected applicants will be contacted.   


Usually we open 1-2 internship opportunities annually. Currently there is no internship position open.