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Vacancies

Current vacancies at Link and within our member organisations.

Wildlife and Countryside Link vacancies

Link has no vacancies at present.

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Member vacancies.

Campaign for National Parks: Chief Executive
Salary: £50,000 pa
Location: Central London
Closing date: Friday 14 December

The new Chief Executive will inherit a positive and exciting legacy. This is an opportunity for someone to build on recent successes and take the organisation even further. The Chief Executive has an opportunity to influence and shape the future of Campaign for National Parks’ campaigns and will need to be passionate and creative, and have good instincts for what will work and be most effective. The new Chief Executive could come from a range of backgrounds: someone perhaps who feels ready to lead an organisation for the first time, or who already has experience of being a Chief Executive.

The Woodland Trust: Head of Campaigns
Location: Lincolnshire
Closing date: Sunday 16 December

The Woodland Trust Campaigning function unites and enables the public to make a real difference for woods and trees through getting directly involved - by helping to protect woodlands and trees which are at risk, and by helping to influence bigger public policy decisions through joining campaign actions and the growing Tree Charter movement. As one of the Trust’s senior leaders The Head of Campaigns will lead a UK team responsible for the Trust’s casework and campaigns to save woods and trees under threat, for public facing campaigns in support of the Trusts policy objectives, for the Trust’s contributions to the Tree Charter movement, and for our urban/street trees programme.

The Woodland Trust: Lead Campaigner - Ancient Woodland
Location: Lincolnshire
Closing date: Sunday 16 December

The Lead Campaigner will lead a small team of caseworkers and campaigners deploying both people power and the planning system to deliver the Trust’s ambition for no further loss of ancient woodland and ancient trees. Your approach will be evidence based, collegiate and UK-wide, ensuring ancient woodland protection is at the heart of national and local authority decision making. This team is responsible for an amazing network of volunteers who help the Trust in its mission to save ancient woods and trees.

ClientEarth: Project Lead - Sustainable Seafood (Spanish Speaking)
Location: London/Madrid
Closing date: Monday 7 January

ClientEarth are looking for a Project Lead to manage thier Sustainable Seafood Project, with the goal of galvanising market power to help stop unsustainable and illegal fishing and aquaculture. The Project Lead will be joining the Seafood Project at an exciting yet challenging time. This role has primary responsibility for the effective delivery and evolution of our seafood markets work in Europe and beyond, as well as for the development of new legal and market approaches to trigger change that will benefit ocean health.






















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