A career with a difference

If you are looking for a career in a vibrant, fast-paced, intellectually stimulating organisation where you can make a real difference, then you have come to the right place.

Our vision is of a sustainable future for our planet. We are looking for exceptional, talented individuals to work with us towards that vision.

Whether you are working with local communities to help them set up locally managed fisheries, or helping colleagues keep project finances on track; whether you are devising creative solutions to tackle poaching, or producing creative materials to encourage behaviour change; whether you are raising funds for vital conservation work, or influencing decision makers, your work will have an impact.

Every role at every level. You matter.

Do you have what it takes to work at the forefront of global conservation? Take a look at our latest vacancies below to find out.

3 current vacancies

  • Programme Development Officer Statutory Funding

    • Circa £26,000 per annum
    • Fauna & Flora International, Cambridge. Current policy offers partial remote working with the UK
    • Permanent
    Fauna & Flora is seeking an experienced professional to support Fauna & Flora’s funding from statutory (government and multilateral) donors.
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  • Senior Technical Specialist, Wildlife Trade

    • Circa £45,000 per annum
    • Fauna & Flora, Cambridge, UK. Current policy offers partial remote working within the UK
    • Permanent
    This is a role based in our UK Headquarters providing senior level technical input and support to our regional programmes. The role will work across all Fauna & Flora’s programme an initial stronger focus on supporting the Eurasia regional programme in Central & Eastern Europe and the Balkans, the Black Sea and Caucasus and Central Asia.
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  • Major Gifts Officer

    • Competitive
    • The position will be located in Washington DC, with some domestic travel and the possibility of international trips.
    We are seeking an ambitious candidate for the new role of Major Gifts Officer to help us manage our growing networks of major supporters, as well as reaching out to new contacts and developing new networks for Fauna & Flora.
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I first started working at FFI in 2000 when I was in my twenties. My life has changed a lot since then, I have had a family, taken up part-time study, and changed roles within the organisation. FFI has always been flexible and supportive of the different stages of my life as it has evolved. Working at FFI feels like being part of a growing family of which I greatly enjoy being a part!
Camila Iturra Philanthropy Adviser

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