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Amphibian and Reptile Conservation: Communications and Outreach Manager
Closing date: 20 July
ARC are looking for an excellent communicator who can develop and implement ARC’s communications strategy to support both the operational and fundraising aspects of our work. As the successful candidate, you will develop ARC’s profile to increase the organisation’s effectiveness and sustainability and enhance ARC’s outreach both within and outside the conservation sector. You will be responsible for developing and implementing a communications programme that involves a wide range of media, working across ARC, with external organisations and fundraising professionals. You will lead on a programme of work that sees an increase in the size and diversity of ARC’s supporter base and communicates the wider range of benefits of ARC’s work to a broad audience and, in particular, to potential funders.
Save the Rhino: Michael Hearn Internship
Location: Central London
Closing date: 20 July
This internship offers the chance to work in a UK-based fundraising conservation charity, providing an excellent all-round introduction to the sector. You will join a friendly and highly motivated team. Our headquarters near London Bridge will be your base, but the Internship also includes two weeks in Namibia with staff from Save the Rhino Trust, one of the field programmes supported by SRI.
The Woodland Trust: Assistant Campaigner
Closing date: 22 July
The purpose of this role is to support their work to influence decision makers and policy at a local and national government level using people power, delivering our ambitions for ancient woodland protection and restoration and new woodland creation. The role is key to developing the Charter for Trees, Woods and People, working with a small a network of dedicated campaigners to help build a future where people and trees are stronger together.
British Ecological Society: Policy Intern
Salary: London Living Wage
Closing date: 23 July
BES are seeking an enthusiastic and self- motivated individual with excellent communication with the ability to assist in promoting the importance of engaging in policy-making to members of the Society. This is an excellent opportunity for the post holder to develop a wide range of skills including science communication, policy awareness, writing for different audiences, networking and event management. There is scope for refining the tasks undertaken according to the experience and skills the intern would like to develop.
Birdlife International: Business and Nature Partnership Manager Salary: £35,000
Closing date: 29 July
The primary responsibility will be to undertake a wide range of duties associated with the development and implementation of BirdLife International’s strategic partnership with the global cement and aggregates company CEMEX. Duties include supporting CEMEX achieve its 2020 target of Biodiversity Action Plans for priority quarries around the world, supporting staff capacity building and assisting with the development of a range of tools to enhance biodiversity management by the company. The Partnerships Manager will facilitate and support collaborative partnerships between BirdLife Partners and CEMEX operations in-country, encompassing biodiversity awareness-raising and conservation delivery.
Wildfowl & Wetland Trust: Marketing Manager
Closing date: 29 July
WWT are now looking for a pro-active marketing professional to manage their marketing, PR, advertising and social media activities, to maintain their position as one of the UK’s leading wildlife visitor attractions. You’ll need experience of creatively working in a marketing and PR department, hands on experience of marketing and communications plans and impeccable organisational skills. You’ll know your way around the digital space, have excellent interpersonal skills and be able to work independently.
British Ecological Society: Head of Society Programmes
Closing date: 6 August
The BES is a thriving learned society established in 1913 whose vision is a world inspired, informed and influenced by ecology. It publishes six successful journals, an ecological book series and a quarterly newsletter, the Bulletin, which is distributed to its 6,400 members worldwide. They are seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual to lead the Society Programmes Team and to manage brand and communications so that they deliver the strategic objectives of the Society.
The Sustainable Food Trust: Administrator
Closing date: 13 August
The Sustainable Food Trust are seeking to recruit an experienced administrator. This is a crucial role that will help to ensure the smooth running of the Chief Executive’s office and the organisation as a whole. The ideal candidate will be an organised and proficient administrator, with excellent communication, numeracy, IT-literacy and typing skills. You will need to be able to work well as part of our close-knit team, and have the personality and communication skills required to take a sensitive, good-humoured approach to supporting the organisation and maintaining our friendly and informal working environment.
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