Founded in 1903, Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is the world’s longest established international conservation organisation. Our vision is to create a sustainable future for the planet where biodiversity is conserved by the people living closest to it. We aim to do this through the conservation of threatened species and ecosystems worldwide, choosing solutions that are sustainable, based on sound science and take account of human needs. We have become a trusted entity in the world of conservation. Today FFI is active in over 40 countries.

FFI’s Eurasia programme is seeking a Programme Assistant to provide support to the Eurasia Programme’s marine portfolio, primarily on programme and specific project administration, including aspects of financial management, coordination with and between cooperating partners and project development and fundraising. Subject to skills and experience, the post-holder might also have the opportunity to provide some technical support to marine conservation projects.

Salary: Circa £20,000 per annum

Start Date: 1 October 2020 (or as soon as possible thereafter)

Contract Type: Permanent

Location: Fauna & Flora International, Cambridge 

You will be experienced in supporting the delivery of complex conservation projects, including operational and financial administration, and will have an interest and technical knowledge related to conservation.  You will have a degree in a relevant subject or equivalent experience in conservation or a related field and ideally some field based conservation experience. You will have demonstrable qualities and skills necessary to collaborate effectively and with people at all levels and a variety of partners and stakeholders. You will be highly organised and self-reliant yet a good team player, responsive to the needs of colleagues and partners. Excellent writing skills are essential, including experience of donor reporting and producing financial reports. 

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The closing date for applications is Monday, 24th August 2020.