Jobs In Amphibian Conservation

We created this page to help you on your quest for a successful career in amphibian conservation. As we get notified of amphibian job opportunities, we will list them here. We also list an array of other types of environmental jobs below. 

Litoria rubella - Naked Treefrog

SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger photographed this Naked Treefrog (Litoria rubella) in Southeast Queensland, Australia during his Ph.D. research.

Volunteering Is Step One

If you are just embarking on your conservation career path, you should volunteer for your favorite organization or research group in order to gain real world experience and make important connections. SAVE THE FROGS! occasionally seeks dedicated volunteers help us achieve our amphibious mission.

Conservation Careers Job Board

Below you will find a variety of current environmental conservation job opportunities across a broad spectrum of fields and specialties…not just amphibian related. The job listings are courtesy of Conservation Careers, a website dedicated to providing career training and connecting environmental conservationists with potential employers.

Pacific Tree Frog pseudacris regilla

Dr. Kerry Kriger On The Conservation Careers Podcast

On July 16th, 2020 SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger was interviewed by Nick Askew of the Conservation Careers Podcast. They discussed amphibian conservation, Dr. Kriger’s career path and ways that early career environmentalists can increase their chances of career success.

“Kerry is a powerhouse in the amphibian world, having set up an organisation to help save threatened frogs, toads, newts, salamanders and caecilians across the world. In this fascinating discussion, we talk about his career journey from Ph.D. to establishing the charity and he shares insight into the industry along with some practical tips on how to get your career going.”

— Nick Askew

“Hi Kerry,  I just wanted to say I really enjoyed listening to you interview on Conservation Careers. CC is a group I have been following for quite a while and I listed to their podcasts weekly, so it was great to see a familiar name! I feel even more excited to keep working with STF! after hearing your story again.
Cheers, Larrea”

Career Advice For Students Who Like Wildlife

SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger shares advice for students. Video courtesy of PathSource.

Tips For Career Seekers

Set Your Goals High
  • Carve Your Own Path
  • Volunteer / Intern
  • Followup
  • Educate Yourself Daily
  • Build Your Own Website / Platform

Job Opening: Ecotour Leader (Ecuador June 2018)


Do you love frogs, travel and the outdoors? If so, we may have a great opportunity for you. SAVE THE FROGS! is accepting applications for an Ecotour Leader to assist us on the June 2018 SAVE THE FROGS! Ecuador Ecotour, which takes place June 14th to 25th, 2018. The successful leader would join the ecotour at no cost, and potentially have international airfare covered; if you are an exceptional applicant, we may even be able to pay you on top of all that! You will be assisting SAVE THE FROGS1 Founder & Trip Leader Dr. Kerry Kriger. You will be expected to assist with field excursions; help keep participants happy; coordinate with ecolodges, restaurants and drivers; and assist with anything else that comes up related to ensuring the safety and happiness of participants. Please see the application below if you think you would make an excellent Ecotour Leader.

Ecuador Ecotour
Chelsea Carson led the 2016 and 2017 SAVE THE FROGS! Ecuador Ecotours but won’t be able to take part in 2018. Are you the right person to carry on where she left off?