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Current vacancies

Public Affairs Manager (Scotland)

A great opportunity has arisen in the Edinburgh office. Have you got the necessary skills to succeed in this exciting role, at the forefront of environmental politics?

PPA Adviser

 Do you have experience of project cycle management? If so we would love to hear from you!

Campaigns Specialist

Inspired by our recent Virunga campaign? Are you brilliant at campaign strategy and a kick-ass communicator? We need an outstanding campaigner to lead the successor to our Virunga campaign for WWF-UK. Not only will you be leading one of our flagship campaigns you will also play a key role in developing and delivering WWF’s global plans to galvanise governments, business and the public to stand up for the natural world like never before.

Fundraising Campaign Executive

Would you like to work on campaigns that inspire and engage our supporters?

Then join our regular giving team and help develop a range of direct marketing campaigns through digital, telemarketing and direct mail!

Corporate Stewardship Manager (Agricultural Commodities)

 WWF is at the heart of global efforts to address the world’s most important environmental challenges. We work with communities, businesses and governments in over 100 countries to help people and nature thrive. Together, we’re safeguarding the natural world, tackling dangerous climate change and enabling people to use only their fair share of natural resources. With over fifty years’ experience our belief in a better future grows stronger by the day.

UK Water Intern

Are you keen to build on your existing knowledge and understanding of water or environmental management? This internship could be the ideal opportunity for you!

Senior Campaign Manager

Would you like to plan and develop marketing campaigns to increase WWF's legacy income? If so, this would be the role for you!

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Interested in work experience or careers advice?

We’re part of a large global network and employ approximately 370 people in the UK. Some of our employees are involved in conservation work but most of us work in office positions.

We receive a number of requests from students looking for work experience opportunities and will accommodate requests where we can. Unfortunately we’re not in a position to offer careers advice, but are more than happy to advise on our current vacancies. Please email us your CV and covering letter to recruitment@wwf.org.uk.

Interested in volunteering?

We're sorry, but at the moment we don't have any opportunities for people to volunteer on our behalf within the UK. We do appreciate that this limits people who are willing to give up their time to work voluntarily, and we apologise for any disappointment this may cause.

Some other international WWF offices may have volunteer positions available from time to time. And there are also various fundraising events you can get involved in across the UK to help support our work.

Interested in an internship with us?

All of our internships are advertised on the jobs page here on our website and are for a maximum of 13 weeks. We feel this is long enough for our interns to achieve results and to learn about us and what we do. Our internships are unpaid. Find out more about our internships here. If you see an internship advertised please email us your CV and covering letter to recruitment@wwf.org.uk.

Equal opportunities at WWF-UK

WWF-UK is committed to the principle of equal opportunities in employment. It applies policies that are determined solely by job criteria and personal ability.

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International vacancies

For employment opportunities throughout the WWF Network, visit the WWF International website.

Our vacancies and other environment jobs can be found at www.environmentjob.co.uk

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