Jobs and Opportunities with BirdLife International


BirdLife International is the world’s largest nature conservation Partnership. Through our unique local-to-global approach, we deliver high impact and long-term conservation for the benefit of nature and people.


Please browse the job opportunities below to see if you think you have what it takes to join the BirdLife family.

Sunday, 5. June 2016 - 23:45
BirdLife International is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity to work on a voluntary basis with our fundraising team, based at our headquarters at the David Attenborough Building in Cambridge, England.

Wednesday, 8. June 2016 - 23:45
We are looking for someone to coordinate BirdLife’s global science work on Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs) and Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs). The IBA Programme works to identify, document, monitor and effectively conserve a global network of sites that are important for the world's birds and other wildlife. Over the past four decades over 12,000 sites have been identified and documented globally. Rigorous science underpins BirdLife’s IBA Programme, helping to set priorities, shape policy and advocacy and enable the implementation of successful conservation programmes for birds and all nature.

Wednesday, 8. June 2016 - 23:45
We are looking for an exceptional individual to maximise the value of the BirdLife Partnership’s science and conservation information assets to the organisation’s strategic outcomes, through the strategic planning, coordination, development, enhancement and maintenance of data management systems and tools.

Monday, 6. June 2016 - 23:45
BirdLife International is seeking an enthusiastic volunteer to support the data collection component of a project addressing the impacts of wind farms and power lines on birds in the Mediterranean. The position will be based at our headquarters in Cambridge, England.

Monday, 30. May 2016 - 23:45
We are looking for someone to ensure that the profile of our Penguins campaign is raised within the Partner network. This person will work closely with BirdLife’s International Marine Programme team on the scientific and conservation messaging as well as the overall aims of the campaign.