Looking for animal charity jobs?

Do you want to use your skills to make the world a kinder place for animals? 

Then you're looking in the right place. We speak on behalf of animals. We campaign for change, protect animals in our wildlife reserves, and educate the public and policy makers, creating awareness of the plight our wildlife faces.

All voices matter

Its our compassion for animals that unites us, and our differences bring better outcomes for animals.

We aim for our workforce to be truly representative of all sections of society and our supporters, where every individual is treated with respect and has the opportunity to participate and develop to their full potential.

We recognise that people from ethnically diverse backgrounds are under-represented in our organisation, and there are often additional barriers present for people from these groups when applying for roles in the charity sector and beyond. We’re committed to addressing these and driving positive change both internally through our Diversity & Inclusion Group, and externally, participating in initiatives such as Race for Nature’s Kickstart Placement Scheme, The RACE (Racial Action on Climate Emergency) Report and Wildlife and Countryside Link’s Route Map to Boost Ethnic Diversity in the Environment Sector.

Working at the League

You can expect to be part of an engaged team that works hard within a tight-knit, fun and caring environment. If you sometimes work from our Head Office, based in the beautiful Surrey town of Godalming, not only will you enjoy the camaraderie of your human colleagues, but you’ll be welcomed by our friendly and high-spirited team of office dogs! We offer flexible working options from day one and are committed to staff development to enable everyone to reach their full potential.

Here at the League we are:

  • Compassionate: We're committed to creating a world that is caring towards animals and people.
  • Credible: We rely on evidence and have years of expertise.
  • Courageous: We have the confidence to challenge those engaged in killing animals for sport.
  • Collaborative: We unite with others to achieve a common goal.
  • Catalysts for Change: We create the opportunities that make change happen.

Work with us to stop animal cruelty in the name of sport.

Fundraising & Legacy Manager

Up to £35, 000 per annum, plus 8% employer pension contribution. Fixed Term (Maternity Cover), January – September 2024. Full time, 35 hours per week, flexible working and compressed hours available. Hybrid Working – mostly homebased with requirements to attend events and head office in Godalming as required.

Regular Giving Manager

Up to £35, 000 per annum, plus 8% employer pension contribution. Full time, 35 hours per week, flexible working and compressed hours available. Hybrid Working – mostly homebased with requirements to attend events and head office in Godalming as required

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