If you were walking through a remote village in Brazil and saw a four-foot-long iguana, would you give it a wide berth or chase it down, catch it and bring it back to show your colleagues?
If you were growing seedlings in a nursery in the mountains of Kenya, and elephants repeatedly trampled your fences, would you throw up your hands in despair or create a clever, low-tech deterrent?
And if you were held at gunpoint in rural Madagascar by thugs whose loan sharking business you damaged by providing jobs and economic self-sufficiency to local villagers, would you high-tail it back to the west or calmly go to work the next day, after friendly local officials had intervened on your behalf?
If you would catch the iguana, deter the elephants, and face down the thugs, you might have what it takes to work here. As we continue to scale, we are looking for people who are committed to overcoming challenges with grit, relentlessness, creativity, and an unwavering commitment to our mission to plant trees and save lives. If this is you, apply today, by clicking on the available position(s) at Eden Reforestation Projects or Compassionate Carbon below.