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 communications, PR and fundraising teams develop our campaigns and handle our communications, while our sustainability & partnerships team works with corporate partners and sponsors.
Born Free is an equal opportunities employer.
The Born Free Foundation is looking to recruit a High Value Fundraising Manager to generate and grow income from trusts and foundations as well as high net worth individuals, to support the charity's programme of vital work.
This fantastic opportunity would best suit an individual with successful and proven experience in achieving income targets in a high value fundraising role.
Location: Flexible remote with regular presence at our office in Horsham, West Sussex for team meetings.
Applications with a covering letter and CV should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 27th June 2021. Important: Please include HVM/21 in the subject of your email.
Born Free Kenya is looking to recruit a Project Lead to successfully implement and develop the new Saving Meru's Giants (SMG) conservation initiative.
A key part of this role will be to develop and implement large herbivore monitoring and human-elephant and human-giraffe conflict mitigation in Eastern Conservation Area (ECA), which includes Meru and Kora National Parks and Bisanadi and Mwingi National Reserves in Kenya.
The successful applicant will be line managed by the Head of Meru Programme, will liaise closely with the UK Conservation Team who will have technical responsibility for the project, and will maintain close liaison with Born Free’s Country Representative, based in Nairobi.
Location: Meru Conservation Area with frequent travel and field work away from base, camping in remote locations within the ECA.
Born Free Kenya is looking to recruit a Project Officer to support the implementation and develoment of the new Saving Meru's Giants (SMG) conservation initiative.
A key part of this role will be elephant and giraffe monitoring, and human-elephant and giraffe conflict mitigation across the Eastern Conservation Area (ECA), which includes Meru and Kora National Parks and Bisanadi and Mwingi National Reserves in Kenya.
The successful applicant will report to SMG Project Lead based in Meru, but also work closely with the Conservation and Education Teams in Kenya and the UK.
Location: Field-based within the Meru Conservation Area, with travel and camping in remote locations within the ECA.