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Vacancies at World Land Trust


Vacancies for paid positions

There are currently no paid positions available at World Land Trust

 


Internships and Voluntary positions

World Land Trust also offers Internships and opportunities to volunteer in Suffolk UK.

Archiving Volunteer

We currently have a vacancy for an Archiving Volunteer to join the WLT. This is a voluntary position, focusing on the development of the creation and growth of an archiving system for WLT records. Working directly with the CEO this voluntary opportunity is expected to enhance the work of WLT.

For more information »

Volunteers wanted for WLT gallery in Halesworth

To assist in the day-to-day running of World Land Trust Gallery.

See also Frequently Asked Questions:

Can I volunteer to work overseas with WLT projects?


Other jobs of interest

TRAFFIC The Wildlife trade monitoring network currently have 3 vacancies. For more information please click here or follow the links below

TRAFFIC is seeking a Development Manager - UK, based in Cambridge. For more info »

TRAFFIC is seeking a Coordinator (Anti-Trafficking) - Wildlife Crime Initiative. For more info »
(ideally based in South Africa, but would consider locating in one of our offices in Africa or Asia)

TRAFFIC is seeking a Support Officer - Wildlife Crime Initiative (based Cambridge, UK). For more info »

More environmental jobs

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Stop Dodo

Other websites worth checking out include Environmentjob.co.uk, the UK's no. 1 website for jobs, courses and events in the environmental sector, and StopDodo - Green and Environmental Jobs.

Further links can be found in our conservation links directory under Environmental Jobs.

 


Tips for job applicants

To assist applicants, we have put together some hints and tips that we hope you will find helpful: Careers in conservation: How to apply for a conservation job.

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