Graduated with a Master’s degree in Biology from the University of Geneva (Switzerland), I’m looking for concrete assistance to do a paid professional training (outside university) or “little job” in animal welfare or preservation of the environment, in Australia or New Zealand.
For example, I’d be thrilled to get involved in a bee conservation project, by genetics and molecular biology approaches, and file a patent or to take care of endemic animal species (kangaroos, koalas, wombats…).
I’m also willing to work in winemaking industry, especially in the Melbourne area.
I’m interested in applied sciences after having done various experiments during my education, particularly in plant biology:
I created a website http://www.arabidopsme.com to present my:
My main professional skills are the following ones:
Innovate in search of solutions to a problem is something that I’d like to find in my career. I’m available, mobile, fluent in English, open-minded to other cultures (student for 14 years at the International School of Geneva) and have a good knowledge of computers. I’m also independent, flexible, reliable, enthusiastic and have a strong team spirit.
If you’re interested by my profile and to work with me, you can contact me by:
I’d be glad to meet you and answer any questions you may have. I’m looking forward to your reply and possible help.
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