BirdLife South Africa is looking for a suitably qualified, dedicated, innovative and dynamic Communications Manager.

The Communications Manager’s work will be to promote BirdLife South Africa’s image through consistent messaging and strategy. This will involve, amongst others, overseeing the development of brand collateral and developing internal and external communications and marketing strategies. Although a focus will be on digital/social media, the Communications Manager will also liaise with the media to help BirdLife South Africa gain exposure in local, national and international media.  

VACANT POSITION: REGIONAL CONSERVATION AND AVITOURISM INTERN

BirdLife South Africa’s Regional Conservation and Empowering People Programmes are offering an exciting internship opportunity to someone with basic administration, marketing, research, and fundraising skills, but also with an interest in area-based conservation and avitourism, and who would like to contribute to the conservation of the natural environment. The position will give the successful candidate exposure to the inner workings of a conservation NPO and help develop a well-rounded and elevated administrative skill set that is vitally important to any successful conservation programme. This full-time, contracted internship will be for one year, commencing 4 January 2022. Candidates should be willing to commit to the position for at least twelve (12) months.

The closing date to submit applications is 30 September 2021.

VACANT POSITION: CONSERVATION INTERN

BirdLife South Africa’s Conservation Division and Landscape Conservation Programme are offering an exciting internship opportunity to someone with administration, marketing, writing, fundraising and research skills with an interest in avian conservation, and who would like to make a contribution to the conservation of the natural environment.

The Landscape Conservation Programme works to protect and preserve South Africa’s key bird species and their habitats. The Head of Conservation oversees the running of BirdLife South Africa’s six conservation programmes.

The position will give the successful candidate exposure to the inner workings of a conservation NPO, and help develop a well-rounded and elevated administrative skill set that is vitally important to any successful conservation programme.

This full-time, contracted internship will be for one year, commencing 4 January 2022. Candidates should be willing to commit to the position for at least twelve (12) months.

The closing date to submit applications is 30 September 2021.

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