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Vacancies at World Land Trust

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Vacancies for paid positions

Editorial Assistant

Closing date: NOW CLOSED

World Land Trust (WLT) is seeking an Editorial Assistant to join our experienced and well-established Communications team.  We aim to deliver a vibrant, coherent and consistent message through our website and other communications to attract new supporters and retain existing donors.

This is a new entry-level post which will support the Senior Editor in particular and the Communications Team in general. This role is focussed on digital communications, mainly relating to web content and the eBulletin, but will also involve some assistance with print publications, marketing communications and fundraising activities.


Internships and Voluntary positions

World Land Trust also offers Internships and opportunities to volunteer in Suffolk UK.

Archiving Volunteer

We currently have a vacancy for an Archiving Volunteer to join the WLT. This is a voluntary position, focusing on the development of the creation and growth of an archiving system for WLT records. Working directly with the CEO this voluntary opportunity is expected to enhance the work of WLT.

For more information »

Volunteers wanted for WLT gallery in Halesworth

To assist in the day-to-day running of World Land Trust Gallery.

See also Frequently Asked Questions:

Can I volunteer to work overseas with WLT projects?

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To assist applicants, we have put together some hints and tips that we hope you will find helpful: Careers in conservation: How to apply for a conservation job.

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