Come work with us!

We’re delighted to announce two new opportunities to work with The Gaia Foundation. If you’re a communications whizz or a problem-solving-seed-lover, read on…

 

Communications Lead at The Gaia Foundation

Home based, 4 days per week

Salary: £35,000 – £38,000 depending on experience

Deadline: Friday 8th April, 2022

This is an exciting opportunity to lead the communications work at The Gaia Foundation, a small, international ngo with over 35 years’ experience in the environmental sector.

The role will suit a strategic thinker and skilled communicator with a Gaia-style passion for the Earth and for telling grassroots stories with verve and a poetic vibe. You should be comfortable managing a small team, as well as developing and providing overall direction for Gaia’s external communications at a strategic senior level. You must be a natural communicator, able and eager to work both collaboratively and creatively.

As a key leading role within a small team, the ideal candidate will be friendly, fun and unflappable! This is an exciting and fulfilling role within a dynamic, passionate team committed to reviving, protecting and restoring the diversity of our beautiful planet.

Find out more and download the application pack here:

Communications Lead – Job Description

Communications Lead – Application Form

 

Technology & Programme Support for the UK & Ireland Seed Sovereignty Programme

Home based, 2 days per week

Salary: £25,000 – £27,000 (pro rata) depending on experience

Deadline: Thursday 14th April, 2022

This role is for a Technical & Programme Support to assist across multiple Programme activities and underpin the smooth running of the regionally led work.  The role will consist of supporting the Programme Manager in the administration of day-to-day Programme commitments and delivery of our main conference, The Seed Gathering, in February 2023. A this is a Technical Programme Support, there is a particular focus on the online platforms, apps, and software the team and wider network uses, and seek to utilize in the future. This is an opportunity to improve and develop our current systems to create more efficient, effective work-flow and recording of critical data across the seed sovereignty movement.

Although based online at home, this will be a sociable role as it involves collaborating with the rest of the team (of eight!) to support the coordinators and regional activities as required. The role will suit a natural problem solver with strong technical competency looking to put their skills towards supporting a team who are transforming our seed system from the ground up. 

Find out more and download the application pack here:

Technical and Programme Support Role – Job Description

Technical and Programme Support Role – Application Form