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I'm a D.M. and I'm looking for a possition with an environmental or conservation group . I got this certification as I had read that this was the most basic requirement to work for reefcheck or coral .
Please let me know if you should know of something as I can leave almost on a moments notice .
Earthwatch might be a good bet, I know they often employ instructors but they will prob employ dms too - most likely in position of expedition leader but that will prob require you to have experience of environmental work. Try and get some good references to back up your experience as these postions are like Gold dust.