Working at Rewilding Europe

Working at Rewilding Europe

Working at Rewilding Europe

Working at Rewilding Europe

Working at Rewilding Europe

Working at Rewilding Europe

Working at Rewilding Europe

Working at Rewilding Europe

Are you passionate about unleashing the power of wild nature?

Can you see yourself joining a passionate and innovative team of people working to make Europe a wilder place? Would you like to use your skills and experience to support the recovery of wildlife populations and natural processes across Europe, for the benefit of people and nature? If so, we might have the ideal job for you.

Rewilding Velebit – Communications Officer

As full-time Communications Officer you will drive engagement to foster policy- and economic development for rewilding. This includes showcasing rewilding efforts in the Croatian Velebit Mountains to local and international audiences and leading the implementation of an ambitious communication strategy.

If you are an experienced communication professional with the ability to create inspirational, positive and engaging content around all relevant rewilding topics, we would love to receive your application!

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Bruno D'Amicis/Rewilding Europe

Rewilding Apennines – Communications Officer

As part-time Communications Officer you will be based in the beautiful heart of the Central Apennines and contribute to increasing education and awareness around rewilding. Within this operational and results-oriented role, you will focus on disseminating our rewilding principles and initiatives towards strategic stakeholders and the general public in both Italian and English.

Are you a communications professional with a good dose of creativity, a big dash of independence and great enthusiasm for rewilding? Then we would love to hear from you!

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Staffan Widstrand / Rewilding Europe

Rewilding Portugal – MSc Thesis on Vulture Feeding Behaviour

Exicting opportunity for final-year MSc students with interest on scavenger bird ecology and knowledge on geographical information systems and statistics.

The student will develop a methodology to automate the identification and categorization of feeding behaviours, resting points, colonies and other points of high use by the animals. The main goal is to define which factors influence the feeding behaviour of nesting scavenger birds in the Côa and Douro International Valley and which are the preferred habitats and food sources.

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Sergio Pitamitz

Rewilding Romania – Field Operations Manager

As Field Operations Manager, your main responsibility will be to oversee and implement Rewilding Romania’s fieldwork in the Southern Carpathians including wildlife monitoring, human-wildlife conflict management, species reintroduction and activities related to sustainable forest-, grassland and rivers management.

This role requires advanced knowledge of Romanian, good knowledge of wildlife ecology and biology and a genuine interest to work with local communities and stakeholders.

If this is you, we would love to receive your application!

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