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Paid and voluntary positions in London and the Bay Area are also posted here. For positions in other offices (Berlin, Paris, Madrid, Milan), please see the Survival website in the relevant language.

Survival does not manage any projects overseas – we do assist some projects with tribal peoples, but these are run by the tribe itself. We do not send volunteers into the field, or sponsor any visitors other than our own staff.

A genuine commitment to Survival and its work is more important than formal qualifications or a desire to work in the charity sector as a whole.

Supporter Services Assistant (full time)

London, UK

We are seeking a productive, organized and flexible candidate with first class communication skills to join our Supporter Services department. You will enjoy administration and provide excellent supporter care to our valued donors.

If you would like to apply, please download the job specification and application form. Please write a cover letter, and send it, together with the completed application form and your CV, to [email protected]

Research and Advocacy Officer (full time)

London, UK with some travel

Survival International is recruiting for a research and advocacy officer to investigate and campaign against the violations of tribal peoples’ rights. This is an exciting opportunity to work with tribal peoples to advocate for their rights and to stop the annihilation of the most vulnerable peoples on the planet.

For more information and to apply, please download the job specification and application form.

Deadline: 4th March

Internships in Press & Fundraising

Berlin, Germany

Survival’s Berlin office is looking for two interns in the fields of press and fundraising. Both positions require you to speak German as a first language and have a working knowledge of English. The positions are suitable for those interested in indigenous rights issues and human rights.

For more information and to apply visit our German-language jobs page →