CAREERS

We employ a wide variety of staff with a range of expertise. Our anti-captivity, rescue & care and conservation staff are hard at work taking action for wild animals in need. They are supported by colleagues with extensive experience in administration, finance, marketing and fundraising. 

Our administration and finance departments provide membership support and process donations. Our marketing and fundraising team develops our campaigns, handle our communications, and works with corporate partners and sponsors.

Born Free is an equal opportunities employer.

CAPTIVITY RESEARCH OFFICER

Born Free is recruiting for the new role of Captivity Research Officer to undertake data collection and research into zoos, exotic pets, and establishments with captive wild animals, and assist in maintaining Born Free as the primary zoo watchdog in the UK.

This is a full-time, permanent role, with an initial probationary period of six months. The position is remote working.

Applicants must be UK residents or be legally permitted to work in the UK.  Born Free is an equal opportunities employer.

To apply, please send a one page covering letter, along with your CV, to zoocheck@bornfree.org.uk.

Deadline for applications is 5pm on 31st August 2020.  

Candidates selected for interview will hear from Born Free by 10th September to arrange an interview.

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EDUCATION OFFICER

Born Free is recruiting for an Education Officer to deliver and develop educational activities and create teaching resources to lead our UK education activities.

This is a full-time, permanent role, with an initial probationary period of six months. The position is remote working with regular face-to-face meetings and contact time at our head office in West Sussex.

Applicants must be UK residents or be legally permitted to work in the UK. Born Free is an equal opportunities employer.

CV with a covering letter should be forwarded to laura@bornfree.org.uk. The deadline for applications is 5pm on 31st August 2020. Interviews to be held w/c 14th September 2020.

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