This person is responsible for the coordination, direction, and training of science and technology. This person provides leadership in the conservation planning process and development of policies.In the career as conservationist, individuals ensure that landowners follow government regularized standards.
They ensure that landowners take appropriate measures and conserve natural habitats. They provide consultations to farmers and ranchers to improve the fertility of their lands and avoid soil erosion. Most of the people believe that conservation is limited to biology, doing a study and radio-tracking wild animals.
But conservation is a broad term to understand. It involves politics, economics, socioecology, education, law enforcement, social justice, and other related subjects. The skills such as social media, photography, teaching, writing, developing apps, making money, use of technology have an impact in the field of conservation. People would pay more attention if someone would try to create a digital game based on the concept of saving livestock.
Resource specialists work mostly within state and federal government agencies to study, manage and preserve natural resources. Specific job titles within this field include conservation scientist and forester.
The average conservation specialist gross salary in India is ₹3,92,115 or an equivalent hourly rate of ₹189. In addition, they earn an average bonus of ₹5,568. Salary estimates based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in India.
An entry level conservation specialist (1-3 years of experience) earns an average salary of ₹3,01,365. On the other end, a senior level conservation specialist (8+ years of experience) earns an average salary of ₹4,78,377.