David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation is a highly effective wildlife conservation charity which supports ground-based conservation projects across Africa and Asia.
Our team (policy, fundraising, education and administration) is based in Shalford near Guildford, UK, and all job roles are located here unless stated otherwise, though the organisation is currently operating a hybrid working policy.
We will update this page when vacancies become available, and please also keep an eye on social media for the latest job opportunities.
Senior Digital Marketing Executive
Role: Senior Digital Marketing Executive
Reports to: Marketing & PR Manager
Hours: Full Time, 35 hours per week
Salary: £28,500 per annum
The Senior Digital Marketing Executive plays a vital role in maximising David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation’s (DSWF’s) impact on conservation, wildlife art and environmental education. The role will drive promotion of DSWF’s conservation, fundraising and educational activities to external audiences by executing a strategic marketing and communications plan across DSWFs digital channels. The main goal will be to ensure greater brand visibility and engagement, in order to attract new supporters and donors and retain existing ones.
The role will report to the Marketing & PR Manager and help to develop innovative, creative and engaging solutions to increase the exposure of DSWF in an ever-changing and competitive landscape, driving both income and awareness for conservation, education and wildlife art.
Find out more here.
Role: Art Executive
Reports to: Art Manager
Hours: 15 hours per week, over 3 days
Location: Hybrid working between the DSWF Shalford Office, GU4 8JU, Home and occasionally London
Salary: £14.50 per hour
Purpose of the role
This role supports the Art Manager to deliver David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation’s (DSWF’s) ambitious new art strategy.
The Art Executive will work closely with the Art Manager, Fundraising & Events team and Marketing team to deliver DSWF’s annual calendar of art activities (events, exhibitions, competitions, online galleries, campaigns) and in support of the DSWF fundraising and events portfolio. This will involve supporting colleagues, sharing workloads, knowledge and experience and contributing creatively and positively across the board to the wider DSWF team.
At all times, the Art Executive will be looking to drive income from the sale of art via the DSWF website shop, events programme or through other creative means to ensure that all avenues for income generation are optimised and annual targets are exceeded. This can be achieved by expanding DSWF’s network of artists and art enthusiasts at every opportunity.
Find out more here.
Interested in volunteering for DSWF?
If you are interested in volunteering for us, please email us with your CV and an outline of how you might be able to support us in terms of expertise and time commitment