Are you feeling alone in your conservation job hunt? Does it seem like the job applications you’ve poured time, energy and passion into disappear into an abyss, only leading to rejection? Are you lacking support, guidance or even simple feedback from employers to know what might be going wrong? We bet that, like 85% of
Are you applying for conservation jobs unsuccessfully? Do you struggle to receive feedback on your applications? Would you like to increase your chances of success by learning from employers? Join us for a free webinar with guest speakers from Conservation International and the RSPB to get first-hand insights into how these top conservation employers recruit
Finding the right people is key to your conservation mission. But how will you select the best person for the job? Done right, shortlisting help you select the best employee, while also saving and focusing your time, improving your overall recruitment process and ensuring a fair and positive process for candidates. But if – like
Emmanuel G. Smith’s role as Project Coordinator working for the Society for Conservation of Nature in Liberia (SCNL) has been key in promoting alternative livelihood programmes such as beekeeping and sustainable cocoa farming to support local communities and protect the Gola forest of Liberia. His work has been central in helping with the establishment of a community forest, which will function as an important biodiversity corridor, linking
Are you looking for the best postgraduate training to further your conservation career? Do you think you might need to do a Masters, Postgraduate Certificate or similar? During this live event, we spoke to leading Course Directors from Cambridge and Oxford Universities to answer your questions. Panel | Postgraduate Training for Conservation Careers Dr Nick
Over the past five years we’ve listed 16,675 jobs from a whacking 2,218 conservation organisations on Conservation Careers. We thought it would be fun to publish some lists based on the statistics from these roles. Here are the conservation organisations which have published the most conservation jobs over the past five years… World Wide Fund
Founder of the World Land Trust, a charity which has been running for nearly 30 years; more than a decade as Chief Executive of Fauna & Flora International; and an experienced natural history writer and editor, John has spent his whole life immersed in the natural world and conservation. I spoke to him about his
Ecotourism is a fast growing branch of the tourism industry. It focuses on showing people the natural world and its wildlife. It has also been acclaimed as the best solution for attaining the often conflicting goals of conserving our planet´s habitats and creatures, and improving people´s quality of life through economic development of a region.