Jobs & Internships

Jobs

We’re looking for an Administrator in Frome, Somerset! 

The position of Administrator forms an integral part of Gaia’s small team. It involves carrying out a wide range of tasks that ensure the smooth running of the organisation, as well as providing administrative support for Gaia’s core programmes.

We are looking for someone who is self-motivated and team-spirited with an eagle-eye for detail and a head for figures. The ideal candidate will be IT savvy, naturally well organised and an excellent multi-tasker, able to support a small and busy team.

If you like to problem-solve and take pride in the smooth running of things, this would be a great opportunity to support an environmental organisation dedicated to enhancing and protecting biocultural diversity around the world.

Gaia operates a non-discriminatory employment policy, and we welcome all applicants no matter age, gender or ethnicity.

The majority of the role will be home-based, but some in-person support will be necessary for and around Frome, Somerset.

This is a home-based, part-time position of 18 hours per week.  Hours worked will be over Mondays-Thursdays, 4.5 hours per day, flexible but potentially from 9.30am -3pm (with one hour lunch).

Salary: £22,000 -£23,000 pro rata, depending on experience (with a potential increase to £24,000 after confirmation in role at the end of probation period)

Please send your CV, a covering letter and the application form below to [email protected] by 5pm on Tuesday 13th December. 

More here: Administrator Job Description and Application Pack

 

Internships

We offer regular internships supporting a wide range of our programmes. We ensure that all our interns gain a range of experiences in communications, research and programme support.

If you would like to be considered for future internships at Gaia, please send an email covering letter alongside your CV to [email protected] and we will get back to you. Please be patient as we receive a high volume of interest and have limited intern spaces each year.