Badger Trust - Campaigns and Research Manager
Badger Trust is currently recruiting for a new Campaigns and Research Manager to join their team. This new role will be instrumental in developing and delivering Badger Trust's campaigns for increased impact for badgers, informed by research, partnership working and also by working closely with experts in the relevant fields. The successful candidate will have solid foundations and experience in campaigning, informed and guided by research, including contributing to and delivering both short and long-term strategic plans, working with strategic partners and coalitions, and managing day-to-day relationships with key stakeholders in political, scientific and policy areas. They will be an energetic and enthusiastic campaigner, with an ability to self manage, prioritise, and recognise opportunities and be ready to act on them. They will report directly to the Executive Director, who leads the organisation on campaign strategy, and work closely with the Marketing and Fundraising Manager in terms of creation and delivery of campaigns. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: 1pm, Monday 4th October 2021.
Don Catchment Rivers Trust - Catchment Partnership Officer
Don Catchment Rivers Trust is currently recruiting for an individual who excels at forging partnerships and creating shared visions for organisations to collaborate on to join their team as Catchment Partnership Officer. The role is an excellent opportunity for someone to contribute and shape the continuing recovery of our catchments rivers. At Don Catchment Rivers Trust you will find a supportive, friendly team, and you will also work closely with the Environment Agency’s Catchment Co-ordinator. There are opportunities and resources in the role for professional development. The role is currently carried out in approximately one day per week, but owing to recent funding investment and capacity building at the Trust, the role has been expanded to 32 hours per week, and DCRT are looking to build and improve upon what the Network delivers. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: 12pm, Wednesday 29th September 2021.
Humane Society International/UK - Media and Communications Specialist
Humane Society International is currently recruiting for a Media and Communications Specialist to play an important role in increasing the effectiveness and visibility of HSI/UK and its national and international campaigns. Whether you are liaising with campaign teams to tell stories in an engaging way to the media, planning content for HSI/UK social media channels, or collaborating with the fundraising team to promote the charity’s latest event, your media and communications expertise will help raise awareness of HSI/UK, build the community and have a real impact on animals in need. Reporting directly to HSI/UK’s Executive Director, this post will work closely with colleagues both in the UK and in HSI’s Washington, DC headquarters, to deliver a coherent global approach, optimise opportunities and maximise results for our animal protection programmes around the world. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: Monday 4th October 2021.
Plantlife - Invitation to Tender - Campaign strategist – peat-free horticulture
Plantlife and partners including the RSPB, Wildlife Trusts and WWF, are looking for an experienced strategist (or team) who can lay the foundations for an effective political and public campaign to help end the use of peat in horticulture across the UK for our climate and for nature. You will develop a strategy for a partnership campaign to be delivered from 2022 to 2024, whose aim is to secure a legal ban on peat sales and extraction across the UK. You will facilitate input from NGOs and other contacts in the four nations, and propose a strategy for coordinated partnership delivery. Plantlife and partners are open to tenders from individuals, agencies or organisations. They estimate that the project will take 3-4 months to complete, working on a flexible part-time basis. For the full Invitation to Tender, please email email@example.com. Further information available here.
Closing date: 9am, Monday 18th October 2021.
RSPB - Principal Policy Officer (Water)
RSPB are currently recruiting for a Principal Policy Officer (Water), to lead the development and high-level advocacy of RSPB policy on water policy issues and influence important debates and decisions across the UK. You will be a highly experienced policy advocate who understands and can influence the policies that drive changes in the water environment that impact on biodiversity, both positively and negatively. You will provide thought leadership, already be well respected in this field and your advocacy, communication and campaigning skills will be second to none. The Principal Policy Officer will have a UK remit and work with policy staff across the four UK countries, working to lead the development of RSPB's overarching policy positions, helping to develop and coordinate RSPB advocacy strategies and ensure their effective implementation. The role will be responsible for undertaking high level advocacy on freshwater and coastal policy with a focus on Westminster and Whitehall and providing information, advice and support to other staff internally on these issues. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: Monday 27th September 2021.
The Wildlife Trusts - Learning Advisor: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)
The Wildlife Trusts are currently recruiting for an experienced EDI professional who would love to play a lead role in making one of the UK’s best-loved nature charities consistently, inclusive and welcoming to all to take them forward on their EDI journey to achieve their vision where everyone can benefit from and act for nature. You will have had a proven track record of supporting organisational change around EDI in a complex organisation, through providing training, support and advice. Your role will be to develop, manage and integrate the delivery of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion learning across the federation and in doing so support the successful implementation of EDI strategy. As part of this you will develop appropriate training and training resources including toolkits to empower people to lead EDI in their organisation. You will provide a confidential sounding board to other EDI and HR professionals around implementing cultural and behaviour change. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: Sunday 26th September 2021.
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A Rocha UK
Amphibian and Reptile Conservation
Bat Conservation Trust
British Ecological Society
British Mountaineering Council
Campaign for National Parks
The Countryside Charity
Council for British Archaeology
Environmental Investigation Agency UK
Freshwater Habitats Trust
Friends of the Earth
Forest Stewardship Council
Humane Society International
Institute of Fisheries Management
International Fund for Animal Welfare
John Muir Trust
League Against Cruel Sports
The Mammal Society
Marine Conservation Society
Keep Britain Tidy
The National Association for Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Open Spaces Society
People's Trust for Endangered Species
The Rivers Trust
Surfers Against Sewage
Whale and Dolphin Conservation
Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust
The Wildlife Trusts
Zoological Society of London