Twitter LinkedIn


Current vacancies at Link and within our member organisations.

Wildlife and Countryside Link vacancies

Unfortunately we do not have any vacancies at present,but please see below for member vacancies.

For more conservation roles see countryside jobs, and

For information on education and careers in environmental science visit

Member vacancies.

Marine Conservation Society: Policy & Advocacy Manager
Location: London/Flexible
Salary: £29,300 - £33,700
Deadline: 14 April
MCS are looking for a candidate who can bring their experience and knowledge from their current sector and apply it to being an exceptional advocate for change to reduce and stop chemical pollutants reaching the ocean. You will be working within the policy and advocacy team focusing on the chemical challenges within the marine environment and relating to wider issues such as plastics and water quality. MCS need someone who can understand and interpret technical information on chemical pollutants and utilise advocacy skills to influence attitudes and legislation, whether that is to government, businesses or contributing to campaigns that galvanise public actions as we work to make the reduction of pollution at source an imperative.

Woodland Trust: Head of Conservation Policy
Location: Grantham, Lincolnshire
Deadline: 14 April

The Head of Conservation Policy will lead a team of policy officers/advocates to work with others across the Trust and externally to develop and advocate organisational policy positions and public policy solutions to help us achieve our conservation vision and goals across the 4 countries of the UK. The role will be responsible for ensuring that we take a strategic, flexible and focused approach to policy advocacy, developing and following integrated influencing strategies to achieve these public policy goals, working particularly closely with External/Public Affairs, Conservation, Comms and Campaigning colleagues in Grantham and across the other UK countries.

Woodland Trust: Head of Conservation - Outcome & Evidence
Location: Grantham, Lincolnshire
Deadline: 14 April

The Head of Conservation Outcomes & Evidence will lead a team of conservation experts and advocates who provide a very central function for the Trust – ensuring they have a sound and engaging conservation evidence base to underpin our positions, messages and actions, and in working with colleagues from across the trust to apply this to achieving high standards in conservation outcomes in all that the woodland trust do and say, on our own estate, in our outreach and delivery projects as well as in our public policy influencing, communications and campaigning.

EIA: Head of Communications
Location: London
Salary: £48,000-50,000
Deadline: 22 April
The successful candidate will oversee and manage and the communications functions of the Environmental Investigation Agency UK (EIA UK) to ensure that objectives set out in established communications plans and strategies are achieved in line with organisational strategic objectives. Responsibilities will include senior management, strategic planning, communications management, team and budget management.

RSPB: Senior Policy Officer - Water
Location: Sandy, Bedfordshire
Salary: £29,507-31,966
Deadline: 28 April
This role provides an opportunity to lead the RSPB's water policy work, providing strategic leadership in an area of policy that is central to the success of the organisation’s objectives for species and habitats in the UK. RSPB are looking for a collaborative and effective advocate. You will have an ability to build relationships with senior stakeholders, and identify opportunities to achieve positive change for nature within a complex policy landscape. The role will also present opportunities to work on place-based projects which showcase the real world impacts of positive policy change.

Angling Trust & Fish Legal: CEO
Home-working or office-based in Ilkeston or Leominster
Deadline: 29 April

The Angling Trust and Fish Legal are seeking a new Chief Executive to lead their two organisations which have been united in a collaborative working relationship for the past 10 years. As Chief Executive you will set and lead on the vision, mission and strategy for both organisations. You will manage an experienced senior management team in delivering excellence and continue to build a strong organisation for the future and use your influence to continue to secure funding for our work and for angling as a whole

EIA: Senior Oceans Campaigner
Location: London
Salary: £35,000-37,000
Deadline: 6 May
The Ocean Campaign seeks to improve the status of marine ecosystems and wildlife by reducing threats posed by marine plastic pollution, bycatch and commercial exploitation of whales, dolphins and porpoises. To successfully implement campaign strategies, the organisation requires a full-time Senior Ocean Campaigner, based in EIA’s London office.

Share this page

Share on Facebook   Tweet this   Share on LinkedIn

In this section: