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Current vacancies at Link and within our member organisations.

Bat Conservation Trust - Trustees

Bat Conservation Trust is currently recruiting for a Trustees. Would you like the chance to support and shape the work and strategic direction of the UK’s leading charity devoted solely to the conservation of bats and their habitats? The Bat Conservation Trust is looking for trustees who share its vision for a world rich in wildlife where bats and people thrive together.
They are seeking committed, strategic and creative individuals who can bring fresh ideas and new perspectives and are able to join their Board in time to stand for election at their Annual General Meeting in September 2024. You do not need to work in bat conservation or have any prior knowledge about bats, but an interest in bats or wildlife conservation generally, would be helpful. Find more information and how to apply and here.
Closing date: Friday 31st May 2024.

CPRE Kent - Director

CPRE Kent is currently recruiting for a Director. Are you passionate about the countryside and achieving positive social and environmental change? This is an exciting opportunity to make a real difference to the future of the countryside in the Garden of England. CPRE Kent is an independent charity, federated with more than 40 CPRE county branches and the national CPRE organisation, giving them local, regional and national reach. The Director will work with the trustees, staff and network of volunteers to formulate local strategy, run local campaigns and liaise with national CPRE.
They are looking for an exceptional individual who can work with and motivate volunteers, take a strategic view on issues affecting Kent’s countryside and represent CPRE Kent at County and National forums and via social, local and national media. The role also involves management of the staff team. Find more information and how to apply and here.
Closing date: Monday 10th June 2024.

League Against Cruel Sports - Campaigns Co-ordinator

League Against Cruel Sports is currently recruiting for a Campaigns Co-ordinator. You'll be at the heart of their mission, driving impactful campaigns that resonate locally, regionally and nationally. You'll work closely with a dedicated team to plan, execute and amplify campaigns that inspire change and challenge the status quo. Your main responsibilities will include assisting in devising and implementing campaign plans, ensuring resources are optimised for maximum impact, overseeing the production and distribution of campaign materials, ensuring alignment with their values and objectives as well leading and assisting with events management for key campaign initiatives, from planning to execution. The ideal candidate will have experience including in the charity sector or political/grass roots campaigns, excel at building and maintaining strong relationships with diverse stakeholders as well as being adept at juggling multiple projects and priorities. Find more information here and how to apply and here.
Closing date: LACS are looking to fill this position quickly and will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis.

League Against Cruel Sports - Wildlife Crime Intelligence Analyst

League Against Cruel Sports is currently recruiting for Wildlife Crime Intelligence Analyst. Your analytical expertise, uncovering patterns, trends and insights from complex data sets will drive informed decisions, helping them to shape effective campaigns and influence decision-makers, enabling them to effectively combat wildlife crime and protect vulnerable animals. Main responsibilities includes analysing intelligence, knowledge systems and operational reports, producing tactical and strategic target profiles, problem summaries and strategic documents as well as liaising with external agencies, partners and contractors to gather relevant information.
The ideal candidate will be a proficient analyst with demonstrable experience in a comparable environment, such as law enforcement, a skilled analytical thinker with a keen eye for detail and accuracy as well as a clear and effective communicator with strong interpersonal skills. Find more information here and how to apply and here.
Closing date: LACS are looking to fill this position quickly and will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis.

River Action - Campaign Coordinator

River Action is currently recruiting for a Campaign Coordinator to deliver highly engaging public and political campaigns and activations. You’ll work closely with the Head of Campaigns and the wider team to develop and deliver positively disruptive campaign strategies designed to meet the organisation’s overarching goal of rescuing
our rivers. You’ll be investigating the causes of river pollution at a catchment level, delving deep into supply chains to uncover those behind the damaging practices that are killing our rivers and identifying constructive solutions at a catchment and national scale. You’ll be working collaboratively with the River Action team to devise, develop and deliver creative campaigns and tactics, designed to have the greatest impact on the most threatened rivers and communities by engaging the voting and consuming public and holding polluters and government to account. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: Friday 24th May 2024.

River Action - Communities Coordinator

River Action is currently recruiting for a Communities Coordinator to support community groups to campaign for clean rivers at a local level. By facilitating grass roots action you’ll be galvanising a strong and powerful network of community activists that have the power to create change both locally and nationally. You’ll be responsible for taking River Action’s national campaign strategy to a local level. You’ll work closely with the Campaigns Manager and the wider team to develop a Community Toolkit (including advice for activists, and guidance and services for communications, fundraising, legal support and citizen science projects) to support communities as well as provide strategic support to empower community activists to campaign for clean rivers. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: 11pm, Friday 24th May 2024.

Waterwise - Head of Commercial Services

Waterwise is currently recruiting for a Head of Commercial Services. This is a new permanent role on the Senior Leadership Team, reporting to the CEO and specifically designed to deliver against the next phase of Waterwise’s journey – increasing reach and impact on water efficiency both within and beyond the water sector. You’ll be leading and broadening Waterwise's commercial offer, helping the team to drive even greater impact in water efficiency, and the income to support it, across the UK. You’ll refine Waterwise's proposition and pricing of existing services, seeking opportunities to cross-sell additional services to existing audiences, as well as broadening Waterwise's reach, engaging with completely new audiences and developing and shaping new commercial services aligned to new customer needs. You will have strong experience at senior level in driving commercial impact for good, and everything this involves in terms of income, growth, commercial strategy and delivery, and risk management. You’ll be working closely with the Board, and reporting to the CEO and the Board on finance and risk. Find more information and how to apply here.
Closing date: 11:59pm, Sunday 9th June 2024.

Member organisation vacancies pages:

A Rocha UK
Amphibian and Reptile Conservation
Angling Trust
Bat Conservation Trust
British Ecological Society
Born Free
British Canoeing
British Mountaineering Council
Bumblebee Conservation Trust

Butterfly Conservation
Campaign for National Parks
The Countryside Charity
Council for British Archaeology

Earthwatch Europe
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
National Trust
Open Spaces Society
People's Trust for Endangered Species
Rewilding Britain
The Rivers Trust
Shark Trust
Surfers Against Sewage

The Conservation Volunteers

Whale and Dolphin Conservation
Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust
The Wildlife Trusts
Woodland Trust

Youth Hostel Association

Zoological Society of London

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