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Aug 05, 2021

Job: Nature Interpreter at Marwell Wildlife, UK

Nature Interpreter - Fixed Term Contract Marwell Wildlife and outdoor Kindergarten Kids Love Nature teamed up to create a nature nursery for pre-school children with access to our zoo, woodlands and surrounding countryside within the South Downs National Park. Our Nature Interpreter will run Explorer sessions to build children’s connection to nature. Our ideal candidate will be a keen naturalist with a background in biological or environmental science with an interest in environmental education. For full information and to apply please visit:   Closing date: 11 August 2021
Jul 22, 2021

Job: Science and Nature Communicator

Link to the Job Description on THE DOTS (Paid / Part Time / Remote) AimHi are looking for a Climate & Nature Science Communicator to join us on our mission to transform global understanding of climate and nature.If you believe that inclusive and engaging science communication changes the world for the better, and want to play a pivotal role in combating the climate and nature crisis by educating and empowering people all around the world, then AimHi could be the place for you!
Jun 22, 2021

Rainforest Trust is hiring! Conservation Strategy Specialist - remote

Rainforest Trust is hiring two Conservation Strategy Specialists Apply Here The Conservation Strategy Specialist’s primary responsibilities include leading the development of partnerships with conservation organizations, funders, and research institutions to develop new mission-driven projects as well as strategies for prioritization of project sites in alignment with Rainforest Trust’s mission, vision and objectives. The Conservation Strategy Specialist assists partners with developing new projects; assess partner/project strengths and weaknesses, project management needs, and project risks. Supports partners in a process to develop approved concept notes into complete applications, representing relevant and impactful projects. Builds relationships with new and existing partners to expand the scope and impact of the Rainforest Trust project portfolio. The Conservation Strategy Specialist will focus on projects and partnerships across one or more of our key regions: Central and South America and the Caribbean, with a particular focus on the Amazon Basin; Africa and Madagascar, with a particular focus on West and Central Africa; Asia-Pacific, with a particular focus on New Guinea, Indonesia, and Southeast Asia.
Jun 02, 2021

Volunteering opportunity in Zambia

Development of Company Manuals Background     Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ) in Zambia, is a non-profit organisation established in 1994 and centred around three main pillars of support: Wildlife Protection, Environmental Education and Community Empowerment. CLZ works in collaboration with Zambia’s wildlife authority, the Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW), as well as the Ministry of General Education and traditional community leaders to ensure the sustainability of wildlife and livelihoods in the area. Purpose    CLZ has grown rapidly since its inception in 1994 and it is critical that the organisational structure and policies remain aligned with CLZ’s strategy and vision. Alignment of policies and procedures will be accomplished through the establishment of Company Manuals. This will help CLZ maintain efficiency while designing an effective organisational structure that enables the realisation of the vision of “A valued, protected and thriving Lower Zambezi Landscape. Objective   Voluntary consultant to develop a number of manuals and policies outlining Standardised Operating Procedures (SOPs) that formalise CLZ’s administrative and operational strategies Methodology. The selected candidate will work with CLZ’s management team to draft manuals for the following priority areas with oversight from CLZ’s CEO and relevant manager: HR Finance Procurement Health and Safety Operations M & E Stakeholder relationships Fundraising and PR Required Qualifications The ideal candidate would have a background and/or education in HR, finance, operations, monitoring & evaluation, project planning or business administration High-level proficiency in English Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel Proficient writing skills Able to work independently Willing to live in a remote bush camp in Zambia for the duration of the project (approximately 4 months) Preferred Skills and Experience Advanced degree in finance, management, HR, business administration- or any other related field Experience in conservation, working in Africa or working with NGOs BenefitsCLZ is a not-for-profit organisation who is seeking a qualified professional willing to donate their time and experience. CLZ is based on the banks of the Zambezi River in a location frequently visited by wildlife. Through this voluntary experience, the candidate will not only be contributing to extremely important work in conservation but will also be immersed in a remote location. This post will provide the opportunity to experience working in conservation efforts and advancements as well as living among the incredible wildlife which inhabit the Lower Zambezi. In addition, food and accommodation will be provided at CLZ’s basecamp in the Chiawa Game Management Area. ReportingThe consultant will report directly to CLZ’s CEO or appointed manager. Prioritisation of the manuals developed may change based on CLZ’s needs as well as the background and expertise of the consultant. The consultant will also work closely with other relevant management staff as they relate to specific departments. Instructions on Applying       Interested applicants should submit a 2–3-page CV and 1-page Cover Letter to This application will be on a rolling basis until a suitable and willing candidate is selected. Ideally, CLZ would prefer the applicant to arrive before October of 2021. For more information please visit CLZ’s website.
May 20, 2021

Wetlands International – European Association (Wetlands International Europe) looking for Project Officer

he Wetlands International – European Association (Wetlands International Europe) brings together 10 European NGO members, working to raise awareness about wetland ecosystems and to advocate the sustainable use of wetlands for people and nature, in particular by linking science, policy and practice. he Project officer will support the technical and financial work of Wetlands International Europe in relation to the development and implementation of projects that will include the complete annual project cycles, contract management and reporting processes. Find more details on the link bellow
May 05, 2021

Forest Natural Climate Solutions Analyst (The Nature Conservancy)

The Global Climate Science Team at the Nature Conservancy is accepting applications for a Forest NCS Analyst. The position is posted (Job ID# 49681). The Forest NCS Analyst will increase capacity on the team as part of the Climate Smart Forestry and Reforestation Pathways of the Bezos Earth Fund NCS project. They will play a critical role in analyzing geospatial and tabular data for these projects. They’ll be involved in all aspects of that research, from planning and designing projects through publication and dissemination of research, but their primary tasks will be “turning the crank” on complex, multiscale geospatial and statistical analyses. The ideal candidate is a committed, detailed-oriented analyst, able to work independently, but excited to collaborate with a wide array of scientists and practitioners. 
Apr 08, 2021

EPRC🐒 is looking for a director

The amazing Endangered Primate Rescue Center in Vietnam is looking for someone to take over the role of director. I was notified of this opportunity today, this is the link: Good luck for those who are applying! 🍀 Best wishes, Brenda 
Mar 18, 2021

Project Lead, Global Strategy - WWF International

Project Lead, Global Strategy - WWF International LOCATION: Nairobi / Flexible in Europe Application DEADLINE: 31st of March 2021. Want to make a positive difference to the future of people and our one shared home, the Earth?  Working at WWF could be your opportunity of a lifetime.All around the world, people are waking up to the deepening crisis of nature loss. A growing realization that nature is our life-support system. And that nobody will be spared from the impacts of its loss. Here at WWF, we are helping to tackle this enormous global challenge. Our people come from hugely diverse backgrounds and with a variety of expertise, ranging from HR and finance to advocacy and conservation science. We welcome applications from anyone who believes they can help us create a better future for people and wildlife. Major Functions:The Project Lead will guide, manage and implement priority strategy projects, supporting the Director of Strategy. Partnerships and Innovation on strategy design, cross- Network collaboration, communications, knowledge management and other areas relevant to implementing WWF goals and strategic approach. This role will engage with Practices and network offices, and will help drive integration and strategic alignment across the WWF Network.   HOW TO APPLYPlease make sure to upload your CV and Cover Letter in one document when you apply to the following link:

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