Do you have what it takes to join the BirdLife family?
We are a global family of over 115 national partners covering all continents, landscapes and seascapes with regional offices in Accra, Amman, Brussels, Cambridge, Nairobi, Singapore, Suva, Tokyo, and Quito.
We are looking for people who are passionate about nature. Join our committed and diverse team and you will have the opportunity to play a part in creating a world where nature and people live in greater harmony, more equitably and sustainably.
The benefits on offer will vary by location, but wherever you work, you will have access to our Employee Assistance Programme and our on-line training platform.
If you want to make a difference and join the world’s largest nature conservation Partnership, then we would love to hear from you.
We are One BirdLife
As the BirdLife International Secretariat, we are committed to leading, coordinating and supporting the Partnership around the world according to the following values.
These values are core to the Secretariat. They define who we are and how we work together and with our Partners. This allows us to come together as one flock and collectively achieve our vision and mission.
Our shared values are the common thread that binds us together.
Junior Communications OfficerWorking in a small, dynamic team, the Junior Communications Officer will work to deliver the campaigning, creative, and strategic goals of BirdLife Europe and Central Asia. You will support the communications work around our climate, corporate, and restoration topics. You will play crucial role in promoting our mission, raising awareness about nature conservation and restoration, as well as engaging stakeholders through effective communication strategies.
Communications OfficerWorking in a small, dynamic team, the Communications Officer will work to deliver the campaigning, creative, and strategic goals of BirdLife Europe and Central Asia. You will be the designated communication lead on marine topics, as well as working on nature restoration topics, supporting policy and conservation work. You will play a crucial role in promoting our mission, raising awareness about nature conservation and restoration, as well as engaging stakeholders through effective communication strategies.
Global Communications OfficerYou will contribute to the planning, coordination and timely creation and delivery of messaging and communications of BirdLife’s global narratives, including contributing to the development of the communications strategy and identification of target audiences. You will write about BirdLife conservation work across the world, coordinating with regional offices and Partner organisations to produce engaging news stories that are aligned with the global Communications strategy.
Guinean Forest Projects ManagerWe are seeking a highly motivated, skilled, and experienced individual to manage BirdLife International projects portfolio implemented in the Guinean Forests of West Africa Hotspot.
Associate Director of Development – IndividualsWe are seeking to recruit as Associate Director of Development (ADoD), who will be responsible for building, soliciting and stewarding a portfolio of qualified donors and developing relationships.
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Volunteering and Internships
If you are interested in volunteering in the BirdLife Cambridge office, please complete an expression of interest form and send to [email protected]
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at BirdLife Europe please send your CV and a cover letter to [email protected]