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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.
Survival International USA is recruiting a program assistant for its Oakland office to support the development of Survival’s presence and activities in the United States. This position will assist the director in all aspects of Survival International’s work through a wide range of tasks including media outreach, liaising with supporters, foundation management, and completing administrative tasks as needed.
This is an opportunity to play an active role in growing Survival International’s North American office and be at the heart of increasing exposure and support base in the region for our work.
Candidates should submit a resume (2 pages max.), cover letter (1 page max.) and completed application form to: [email protected] by September 24, 2018.
Are you skilled at DIY and have time on your hands? We’re looking for someone personable, flexible and professional to help our friendly staff on an ad hoc basis with a wide variety of DIY jobs. Our maintenance list is ever-changing but will include tasks like putting up shelves, decorating, and basic plumbing (e.g. changing tap washers). Tools and equipment provided.
Volunteers must be physically fit, capable of climbing step ladders safely, and able to respond to requests in an agreed timely fashion.
If you’d like to share your talent, please apply by getting in touch with [email protected] outlining why you’d be a great fit for the job.
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 →