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Defra: Policy Adviser
Salary: £59,590 - £70,310
Ministers at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs are looking for talented, imaginative, free-thinking and orthodoxy-questioning advisers to help shape and implement policy for life after the UK leaves the EU. Defra is the department most affected by the UK’s departure from the EU so there are many exciting opportunities to develop new and fresh approaches to policies which affect the lives of everyone, including the food we eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe and our treasured countryside and landscapes.
The appointment will be for a time-limited period of up to two years and offer you the ability to shape a specific policy area. The single most important quality we are looking for is a determination to use this “unfrozen moment” to leave our environment in a better state than we inherited it.
Defra: Senior Policy Adviser x2
Salary: From £65,000
Ministers at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs are looking for talented, imaginative, free-thinking and orthodoxy-questioning advisers to help shape and implement policy for life after the UK leaves the EU.
Defra is the department most affected by the UK’s departure from the EU so there are many exciting opportunities to develop new and fresh approaches to policies which affect the lives of everyone, including the food we eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe and our treasured countryside and landscapes.
Environmental Investigation Agency: Senior Campaigner - Elephants
Salary: £35,000 - £40,000
Closing date: 20 November
Location: Islington, London
The Senior Campaigner (Elephants) will work on EIA's Elephants Campaign. Principal activities will include trade research and analysis, attendance at relevant national and international meetings, public and donor report writing, carrying out political advocacy, providing content to EIA’s Communications and Fundraising Departments, managing campaign-related information, Project Management, contributing to strategy development, maintaining budgets and, as appropriate, line management.
ClientEarth: Wildlife Conservation Lawyer (maternity cover)
Salary: £39,000 – £43,000 per annum (full-time equivalent) depending on experience
Closing date: 20 November
This is an exciting opportunity for a lawyer to contribute to ClientEarth’s Wildlife Conservation Project. In this role as a Wildlife Conservation Lawyer, you will address issues relating to the management, protection and restoration of biodiversity in the EU, with a focus on marine biodiversity. This will include work to protect wildlife from the damaging impacts of marine plastics pollution. You will use your legal skills to help develop and promote coherent, effective and transparent legal frameworks, as well as to ensure better implementation and enforcement of conservation legislation.
Marine Conservation Society: Public Affairs Manager
Salary: Up to £36,300 DOE (inclusive of London Weighting)
Closing date: 20 November
Our marine environment is facing some of its biggest challenges ever. Our seas are under immense pressure: too many fish are being taken out, too much rubbish is being thrown in and too little is being done to protect the precious wildlife and habitats. We need your expertise to make our voice heard among the people who can have a hand on turning the tide of this ocean and coastal crisis. Could you make compelling cases to the right people at the right time in order to influence the changes we need for our seas to be full of life, where nature flourishes and people thrive? We’re searching for a highly motivated and experienced Public Affairs Manager who will be able to develop effective and significant relationships with key influential parliamentarians and Government representatives on marine policy and legislation.
Campaign to Protect Rural England: Director of Finance and Corporate Services
Salary: £65,000 - £70,000
Closing date: 21 November
Location: Southwark, London
Working closely with the CEO, the Senior Management Team and the Board, the successful candidate will lead the development of the charity’s long-term financial strategy and ensure high-performance delivery across all corporate services. You will manage the Finance and Corporate Services team and liaise with key suppliers to ensure maximum operational effectiveness, strong governance and sound financial planning and control.
Friends of the Earth: Campaigns Officer Salary: £25,260 - £27,370 pa
Closing date: 27 November
Our goal is that by 2030, the next generation will enjoy an environment that’s getting better: a safer climate, flourishing nature, and healthy air, water and food. We are looking for someone who will contribute to the delivery of Friends of the Earth’s campaigns including through: writing engaging campaign communications – for example action guides and letters to MPs, using our digital platforms and tools to promote key messages supporting our activist networks and working with demographically diverse audiences, being the campaign’s key point of contact for colleagues and supporters, and contributing to campaign strategy development.
Field Studies Council: Chief Executive Officer
Salary: Highly competitive
Closing date: 27 November
The FSC is the UK’s leading charity provider of outdoor environmental education for schools, colleges and universities. This is a critical appointment and we are seeking an outstanding individual to lead the Charity in meeting its Vision for 2025. We have ambitious plans for further growth, developing our educational and commercial partnerships and raising our income significantly. You may come from any professional background as long as you truly embody our values and will bring commercial acumen, entrepreneurial vision and flair to help us grow at the same time as delivering high quality education work.
The Woodland Trust: Campaign Officer - Wales / Swyddog Ymgyrchoedd
Closing date: 03 December
Working as part of the Conservation and External Affairs team, the Campaigns Officer will lead our lobbying and campaign based activity in Wales, persuading others to support our stance; influencing policy makers, and building partnerships with like-minded organisations. The Campaigns Officer will inspire and mobilise our supporters to make our views known.
WWF: Global Wildlife, Food, and Forest Lead Scientists
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Closing date: Not stated
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 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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