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 vacancies

  • ICT Assistant

    • Circa £22,000 per annum
    • Cambridge, U.K.
    • Permanent
    We are seeking an ICT Assistant to help provide ITC support to our employees around the world, providing a first line support service, liaising with external providers and processing relevant administration.
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  • Programme Finance Officer, Asia Pacific

    • £24,000 - £26,000 per annum
    • Cambridge, U.K.
    • Permanent
    FFI is seeking a Programme Finance Officer to support the Finance Business Partner and Asia Pacific Programme staff in maintaining effective financial management of our projects and operations and in ensuring smooth financial operations on a day-to-day basis.
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  • Programme Manager, Upper Guinean Forest Landscape, Africa

    • £33,000 - £35,000 per annum
    • Cambridge, U.K.
    • Permanent
    We are seeking an experienced conservation professional to fulfil a key development and management role within FFI’s Africa Programme, managing current landscape grants, leading new funding opportunities and coordinating inputs of staff both in the region and those based in the UK.
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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 IturraPhilanthropy Adviser

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