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Jobs and working at GCT

Jess Howard of GCT presenting at the PPSS workshop in Lima
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We're looking for a Grants and Development Officer

The GCT team at the COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow, 2021

Working at GCT

Our growing team in the UK and Ecuador are passionate about Galapagos and bring a wealth of experience from across different disciplines. Working at GCT offers the opportunity for a connection with cutting-edge conservation projects in the planet’s first World Heritage Site, the Galapagos Islands, and the surrounding Galapagos Marine Reserve.

Our team


Find out how you can volunteer your time and skills to help us with our work. This could be anything from graphic design to research, marketing to HR, facilitating workshops or helping at our events.

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Baby Galapagos sea lion

Our vision, mission and strategy

Our vision is of the unique nature and beauty of the Galapagos Archipelago conserved and protected in perpetuity, and our strategy is focussed on island restoration and ocean protection.
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Monty Halls, President of Galapagos Conservation Trust

Our ambassadors

Our ambassadors are chosen for their links to Galapagos and for their passion and commitment to conservation, and range from high-profile TV presenters to direct descendants of Charles Darwin.
Meet our ambassadors
Members of the Galapagos Tortoise Movement Ecology Programme team

Our partners

We work collaboratively with a wide range of international partners, including governmental organisations, academic institutions and researchers, businesses and other conservation NGOs.
Meet our partners

Help the wildlife of Galapagos survive and thrive

There are many ways to support our vision for a sustainable Galapagos: why not adopt an animal, become a GCT member or donate today?

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