Conservation Planning Specialist CV Template

Conservation planning specialists are mainly responsible for providing and interpreting ecological data that are important in planning for conservation projects and GIS-reliant projects.  They provide assistance in the development of plans for conservation purposes.  Conservation planning specialists are also involved in mapping work and the processing and entry of relevant data in the database.  They must possess degrees in ecology or other related sciences and also need to be knowledgeable of GIS mapping.  Aside from this, an interest and passion for nature and conservation is a plus for those who want to become conservation planning specialists.

Sample Conservation Planning Specialist CV Template

Andrew Greene

Kirkby, Liverpool

Merseyside, L35 4HS

Phone:  222-776-6034



Resourceful and results-oriented professional is seeking employment as a conservation planning specialist in a company where I can pursue my passion for nature while actively contributing to its conservation.


Summary of Qualification

  • With three years of experience working as a conservation planning specialist.
  • Skilled in the use of GIS for mapping and land survey purposes.
  • Knowledgeable of planning tools and land use regulations.
  • Willing to work odd hours and to travel for work.
  • Ability to communicate problems, issues, and solutions to different stakeholders and the general public.


Career Experience/Job History

2007 – Present:  Conservation planning specialist, Eco Conservation Inc.

  • Provide and interpret ecological data to assist in the creation of conservation plans.
  • Participate in mapping and land surveys that require GIS.



2003 – 2006:  Master of Science in Environmental Science, Liverpool University

1999 – 2003:  Bachelor of Science in Biology, Liverpool University


Professional reference will be furnished upon request.