|Mapacho Valley, Peru, 5 hours from Cusco, Peru boardering Manu National Reserve, PE
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5 hours from Cusco, Peru boardering Manu National Reserve, PE
Posted by Kirsten Bonanza over 10 years ago
After all the wonderful work that Stella and Faan contributed to this project they have moved on to work on their graduate degrees. We wish them many blessings for their future.
This leaves us with a vacancy for a new Permaculture Manager & Volunteer Coordinator for our site outside of Iquitos, Peru.
We are seeking someone to oversee and grow our work study service program. Please read the info document at the following link in order to familiarize yourself with the work service program before applying.
Are you a capable and passionate Permaculture expert(s) interested in working in the shamanic Amazonian environment on inner and outer landscapes as permaculture manager and volunteer coordinators, while saving the rainforest, evolving, revitalizing and getting paid in the process?
If you are interested and qualified you can apply here... http://www.jotform.co/paititi/PermiCoordinator
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