Plant Conservation Project Manager

Job Purpose: ​To develop, fundraise for and manage a portfolio of plant conservation projects

Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) is seeking to appoint an early career conservationist with outstanding conservation, communication and networking skills. Candidates for this post will have a relevant postgraduate qualification and a proven track record in a conservation organisation, managing or leading conservation projects, ideally in the international NGO sector. The post holder will be fluent in English and in either Spanish or French, and able to demonstrate sensitivity to complex, multicultural and multinational institutions and structures. Working within a partnership model, candidates must be able to show their capacity to innovate and develop projects and partnerships collaboratively, building BGCI’s portfolio of plant conservation projects. They must also be able to inspire BGCI’s members around the world, and have competent IT skills, working with BGCI’s databases and website.

To request the full job description and person specification please contact Liz Smith by email:

How to Apply

To Apply: Send your CV, and a covering letter stating how you meet the criteria set out in the person specification, to Liz Smith, email: by Friday 6th April 2018

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Key Information


£25,000-£30,000 p/a depending on experience


Botanic Gardens Conservation International




Full Time






BGCI Offices, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, United Kingdom

Application Deadline:

6th April 2018 at 12:00am

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