Build your career at Synchronicity Earth 

Interested in using your skills to conserve nature, combat climate change, and support local communities and Indigenous Peoples around the world? Find out more about your options in the environment sector and see whether your skills and experience would be a good fit for one of our vacancies as we continue to grow as a UK-based, global environmental charity which funds and supports people and organisations making our planet a better place to live.

New to the environment sector?

If you’re keen to start your journey into the environment sector, but not sure where to begin or what opportunities are available, don’t worry!

The UK environment sector has a lot to offer, and as concern about biodiversity destruction and climate change is growing, so is the number of jobs which vary from outdoor roles such as rangers; office and/or remote roles such as communications, finance, and operations; forward-facing roles such as educators and outreach officers; and more!

Our commitment to our team

We pride ourselves on having an open and inclusive culture within our workplace, from our London office to the remote workplace. Our team supports each other and encourages new ideas and creativity to help us develop new projects and reach new audiences with our work.

We are proudly signed up to the Good Youth Employment Charter and are working towards a Disability Confident commitment, and our Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Working Group (open to all employees) is actively engaged in making both Synchronicity Earth and the wider environment sector more inclusive.

As well as 25 days of annual leave per year for a full-time position (in addition to statutory public holidays), we also run an employer-supported volunteering programme, where employees may take additional time-off to volunteer for community organisations and other charities (in accordance with our policy). We aim to make our hybrid working environment flexible to our employees’ personal situation and working style.

Our future with you

We are a collaborative and supportive team and we want to help our employees develop skills following their interests.

As well as developing skills specifically related to the role as described in the job description, we want to provide opportunities for people to:

  • build their professional networks;
  • earn about how they could be involved with other teams and tasks that could expand their skillset; and
  • become involved with and/or lead our organisational working groups which discuss cross-team challenges such as Reimagining Philanthropy; Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion; and Youth Engagement.
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