Welcome to the IFAW careers page! We are a growing organization where employment opportunities are posted and updated frequently. Please check back regularly for new openings.
IFAW is an equal opportunity employer.
IFAW prohibits any discrimination in employment based on race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, military or veterans status, genetic information, ancestry, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. IFAW seeks qualified candidates when positions become available. Prospective candidates should click on the link for the open positions below to learn more. Due to the large volume of applicants we receive, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
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Digital Marketing Production Specialist
The Digital Marketing Production Specialist will be accountable for supporting the Digital Marketing and Fundraising Teams in the UK, Netherlands, Germany and France in executing the marketing plan across all digital platforms, including but not limited to: organization’s world-wide websites and CRM, email communication platforms, advocacy and fundraising platforms.See details
Digital Marketing & Fundraising Manager
The Digital Marketing & Fundraising Manager provides direction and support for crucial aspects of digital fundraising and acquisition in the region, including strategy, planning, execution, messaging, creative development, analysis and optimization.See details
Wildlife Cybercrime Project Manager
The Wildlife Cybercrime Project Manager will be responsible for delivering IFAW's component of a 2-year EU Internal Security Fund (ISF) funded project tackling environmental crime. The UNITE Project aims to disrupt criminals and organized crime networks trafficking in wildlife, timber, and waste in and via the EU, and to recover the assets generated from these illegal activities.See details