Exhibit Educators help to educate the public at information exhibits or kiosks erected at special events, such as expos.
They focus on traveling to places where they use different techniques and aids (including live animals) to educate the community on the animals
The In-house Education Officer works INSIDE of the building or premises of their place of employment to educate guests.
An education coordinator creates educational curriculum, including material such as scripts and presentations to be used by educational officers.
A conservation educator deals with conservation-focused education presentations, mainly through outreach in the community at a variety of locations.
A fisheries officer detects and protects freshwater and marine life, and also protects the general public from consuming contaminated fish.
A drone pilot uses the drones to survey a specific area or animals to assist in conservation, law enforcement, anti-poaching and promoting eco-tourism
An anti-poaching ranger is an armed and highly trained individual who regularly patrols a pre-defined area to stop illegal hunting wildlife.
A conservation officer is charged with protecting natural resources, promoting recreational safety, and enforcing environmental protection regulations
A public relations office is responsible for the overall image of the business and communicating this image and all other messages to the public