Vacancies For Paid Positions
Carbon Programme Manager
Salary: £35,000-£40,000 pa, depending on experience
WLT’s Carbon Balanced programme helps organisations and individuals tackle their carbon footprint through measuring, reducing and – only then – offsetting their unavoidable emissions through supporting WLT’s impactful Carbon Balanced projects across the world.
If you are as passionate as we are about what we do, have at least 5 years’ experience of working in carbon project development and management, with excellent understanding of REDD+ and knowledge of relevant carbon project analytical techniques, we’d like to hear from you.
Internships and Voluntary positions
Hours: For an initial term of 3 years
Closing date: 24th November 2021
Over the course of World land Trust’s 30 year history, WLT has directly brought nearly 900,000 hectares (2.2 million acres) of land into long-term protection and a total area with co-funders of more than 2 million hectares (5.1 million acres). In addition, WLT supports programmes to restore habitats and sequester carbon.
WLT currently supports 30 project partners in more than 20 countries and has an ambitious growth plan to increase our global conservation efforts and results.
WLT’s Trustees are drawn from a variety of professional backgrounds, but all have in common their commitment to actively support the Trust and to lend their expertise in directing the Trust’s affairs. The Trustees have legal responsibility for ensuring that the Trust meets its statutory obligations, is well run and solvent, and delivers its charitable outcomes.
If you are interested in the role of Trustee and would like to find out more and apply for the role, please click on the link below.
Another website worth checking is Environmentjob.co.uk, the UK’s no. 1 website for jobs, courses and events in the environmental sector.
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.