Rewilding Europe needs a Head of Landscapes (0.8 – 1 FTE)

February 11, 2021

Would you like to work with a group of talented colleagues committed to making Europe a wilder place? Are you passionate about unleashing the power of wild nature and helping natural processes and wildlife populations bounce back at landscape scale, so that people across Europe can benefit? If so, we might have the perfect job for you…

Eurasian red fox, Vulpes vulpes, at vulture feeding site, Madzharovo, Eastern Rhodope mountains, Bulgaria
A Eurasian red fox in the Rhodope mountains, Bulgaria.
Staffan Widstrand / Rewilding Europe

 

Essential role

The Head of Landscapes is a key position at Rewilding Europe, with he/she acting as the “linking pin” and main coordinator between the central team and the local rewilding area teams. By facilitating and supervising, he/she ensures that the overall strategy of Rewilding Europe is achieved coherently and efficiently within each landscape.

We are looking for someone who is able to provide focused technical support on rewilding matters to the rewilding areas and determine a strategic and tactical route based on objectives and current activities. The ideal candidate will be diplomatic, a connector, but also result-oriented, tenacious and adventurous.

Those interested in this position, and who think they have the requisite attributes, are invited to check out the full job description.

 

How to apply

Those interested in this position should send their CV and a motivational letter to info@rewildingeurope.com no later than 5 March 2021 at 1700 hrs CET. Any enquiries should also be sent to this email address.

We strive to ensure that our employees are a reflection of society and the international character of our organisation. Safety and protection of our colleagues is of critical importance to us. We therefore ask you to complete a declaration of integrity and may ask for references. A Certificate of Good Conduct may also be required.

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