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Chair of Trustees

The International Tree Foundation (ITF) has been pioneering community led forest restoration in Africa and the UK since 1922. We are seeking a new Chair of the Trustees to help develop and lead a strategy to meet the defining global crisis of our, and perhaps any, generation – the climate crisis.

Our vision, is a world where trees and forests flourish and where their vital role in supporting planetary and human well-being is valued and realised. If you want to help the International Tree Foundation have the greatest possible impact while remaining true to our vision, please download the recruitment pack below and get in touch.

Please apply by 9am BST Monday 27th July 2020.

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Volunteer

Volunteer Communications Assistant

Working closely with the Marketing and Communications Officer, you will have the chance to learn and contribute to all areas of our communications activity including content for our website and social media. You may also be able to contribute to our bimonthly E-newsletter and annual Trees Journal.

This is a chance to work as a volunteer at ITF’s office in Summertown, Oxford – and a valuable opportunity for someone wanting to gain experience in the not-for-profit conservation and development sector.  If you are looking for ways to gain employability, this is a great way to learn new skills whilst building confidence and contributing to our vital work.

If you are motivated, enthusiastic, well organised and tenacious, and especially if you have experience in communications and/or an interest in environmental and international development issues, then this is the perfect role for you.

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Programmes Volunteer

Working closely with the Programmes Manager, you will have the chance to learn and contribute to how we manage all of our projects and programmes, internationally and in the UK.  There may be opportunities to focus on specific projects such as Calls for Proposals.  You will prepare project agreements, review reports and communicate with project staff.  You may also be able to write stories about the projects for our website and newsletters.

 

This is a chance to work as a volunteer at ITF’s office in Summertown, Oxford – and a valuable opportunity for someone wanting to gain experience in the not-for-profit conservation and development sector.  If you are looking for ways to gain employability, this is a great way to learn new skills whilst building confidence and contributing to our vital work.

If you are motivated, enthusiastic, well organised and tenacious, and especially if you have experience or an interest in environmental and international development issues, then this is the perfect role for you.

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