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Current vacancies at Link and within our member organisations.

Wildlife and Countryside Link

Policy and Office Volunteer
Hours: 1 day per week
Location: Vauxhall, London
We are looking for a volunteer to support our small team of staff based in London, for one day per week.

Key responsibilities of the role will include: internal and external meeting support; report writing; research; contact and data management; and member liaison.

The Policy and Office Volunteer position would be ideal for someone looking to gain experience of working within an environmental charity, with an aim to furthering their career in this exciting and varied sector. The volunteer will receive an insight into the operational aspects of our work, gain general administrative experience as well as the potential of gaining experience of working in some of the following areas of interest: policy and campaigns development, membership, communications, office and data management, and environmental policy research.

You will have a keen interest in environmental and conservation issues and a sound working knowledge of Microsoft Office.

Although the role is voluntary, an allowance will be provided for lunch and travel expenses. Up to £10 daily travel allowance plus additional £4.50 daily lunch allowance (during full voluntary work day only). All expense claims must be accompanied by receipts.

To apply for this position, please email a covering letter and CV to Zoe Davies.

Application deadline: 22 September 2017

For more conservation jobs see

Member Vacancies

WWF: Global Wildlife, Food, and Forest Lead Scientists
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Closing date: Not stated
Location: Flexible
WWF’s half-century of conservation success is rooted firmly in science; it informs and underpins everything WWF do. WWF is recruiting a team of Global Science Leaders to advance the organization’s mission to build a future where people live in harmony with nature. The Global Science Team works closely with experts in finance, markets, policy and practice to advance a coordinated effort that will deliver science and technology for tangible conservation results at a speed and scale commensurate with the trends that undermine them. The Global Science Leads report directly to the WWF Chief Scientist and are key members of WWF’s Network Science and Practice Team.

The Vincent Wildlife Trust: Trustee

The Vincent Wildlife Trust is a charity that has been at the forefront of techniques for wildlife conservation for over 40 years. Our specific niche is the smaller native mammals providing scientifically sound, practical solutions to conservation problems. Our work to date, has focused on the needs of British and Irish mammals, mostly mustelids (the weasel family) and the rarer bats.
Due to the upcoming retirement of a long-standing trustee, a vacancy has arisen on the Board. We need someone to complement the skills and experiences of the existing trustees and move the VWT through a new period of growth. The Vincent Wildlife Trusts are looking for a person who is enthusiastic and knowledgeable about species conservation, especially those at risk in Europe, perhaps someone who is developing their career in this sector. Preference will be given to those who are developing their network or already have good connections, can bring new perspectives and navigate the Trust through the challenges ahead.

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