We employ a team of around a hundred scientists and technicians, most of whom are educated to masters or doctorate level, together with a small, high-quality administrative team. We are constantly looking for talented people to join us, so if you think you would fit in and are eligible to work in the UK, please click on the live vacancies below and submit your application form, CV and covering letter.
We are looking for a highly motivated and technically experienced Associate Programme Officer to support the development and management of projects relating to WCMC’s flagship data products – notably the World Database on Protected Areas, Protected Planet, and Ocean+. Supporting the team, you will ensure that projects are managed and delivered to the highest level of quality, and on time and budget.
We are looking for a highly motivated and technically experienced Associate Programme Officer to support the development and management of a wide range of projects in support of the centre’s strategy. Supporting the team, you will ensure that projects are managed and delivered to the highest level of quality, and on time and budget. We will provide you with the challenge of working on high profile conservation projects, where your work really makes a difference to the field of conservation in an area aligned to our strategic aims and broader global initiatives.
Join us at an exciting time of growth and change, in a crucial role within our organisation, as a Programme Administrator. We are always on the look out for highly motivated and conscientious Administrators to join our team and work flexibly across programmes within the Centre. You will be responsible for providing extensive administrative support to a team of technical staff and assist with the implementation of a wide range of projects. A truly fantastic opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills within various thematic areas of conservation, learning from world class experts in this field, helping to improve the profile of our work. You will be part of a new team of Administrators forming a central administration hub, with functional guidance from our Management Information Officer, to maintain effective administration processes and cross-programmatic consistency.
We are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic intern to work across both the Science Programme and the Luc Hoffmann Institute. This is a great opportunity for an undergraduate or postgraduate student to gain experience in testing the feasibility of developing a novel multidimensional biodiversity index that is comparable across regions, credible, underpinned by sound science and relevant to policy processes.
We are looking for a conscientious and self-motivated intern to join the Ecosystems Assessment and Policy Support Programme. This is a great opportunity for an undergraduate or postgraduate student to gain experience in some of the work under way at the global level to support the increased use of science and other forms of evidence in policy development and implementation.
We are looking for an intern with a good eye for detail to help support our technical and communications materials for our Climate Change and Biodiversity Programme.