Opportunities

Vacancies within LINK and member organisations

Campaigns and Communications Officer, RSPB Scotland

Salary: £29,200.00 – £31,347.00 Pro Rata  

Location: RSPB Scotland HQ

Duration: Mid May 2024 to Mid March 2025

Closing Date: 23:59, Fri, 17th May 2024

The Campaigns and Communications Officer role is a great opportunity to use your communications skills and knowledge of policy in Scotland to help tackle the nature and climate emergency.

RSPB Scotland is Scotland’s largest nature conservation charity. The campaigns team works across the organisation and with external coalitions and partners to build broad public support for our policy priorities. The successful candidate will work closely with parliamentary and communications colleagues.

Forthcoming policy priorities include legislation aimed at restoring biodiversity. The successful candidate will coordinate internal and external stakeholders and support the development and implementation of activity designed to mobilise people for nature and climate.

This is a fixed-term role which would make an excellent secondment opportunity. We see the role as a development opportunity for those with some experience looking to develop their campaigning and advocacy skills.

Senior Policy Officer - Protected Areas & Nature Recovery, RSPB Scotland

Salary: £38,389.00 – £41,212.00 Per Annum

Location: Edinburgh

Closing Date: 23:59, Sun, 26th May 2024

Use your policy skills to help nature’s recovery!  

This is a critical time for nature. Biodiversity is in crisis. More than ever, we need to keep rigorously protecting the best places for nature we have left.  But we also need to do much more to restore nature and to help it recover within and beyond these places.  
European sites, SSSIs and other protected areas have been vital strongholds for nature in Scotland.  

This role will lead our work making sure these protected areas, our best places for birds and wildlife, continue to be properly protected, monitored, and managed.  It will also lead our work to make sure these places are bigger, better, and more joined up in future, helping nature’s recovery and tackling climate change.

Public Affairs Manager, The Open Seas Trust

Salary: £36,114 – £40,969.5

Location: Scotland (Remote)

Closing Date: 24th May 2024

Are you passionate about ocean conservation and sustainable seafood practices? We are looking for an engaging, dedicated and effective Public Affairs Manager to make a real difference in protecting marine life while ensuring the livelihoods of coastal communities.

About Open Seas

The Open Seas Trust is a Scottish charity working on issues of marine conservation and sustainability. We believe in the power of advocacy to drive positive change and protect our oceans for future generations. In our 8 years of operation we have established a strong position as a credible and trusted voice for our oceans and have been involved in several key pieces of political change. We are a small and collaborative team driven and focused on effective strategies for delivering change in our seas.

The Role

As Public Affairs Manager, you’ll be at the helm of our policy initiatives, working to shape regulations and drive change in marine conservation and fisheries management. From engaging with politicians to developing advocacy campaigns and strategies, your work will be instrumental in advancing our mission to protect our oceans.

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