Vacancies at Lion Landscapes

Conservation Officer Assistant (Laikipia, Kenya)

The Conservation Officer Assistant will be an experienced, highly motivated, hands-on, collaborative individual. This is a tremendous opportunity for someone to advance their skills in the conservation sector and in turn to help a grassroots conservation project continue to grow and achieve significant success, with important benefits for both local communities and large carnivores. The main duties involved in this post are listed below, but additional tasks may be included as needed by the Fields Operation Manager and Executive Director.

Application Process

Please send your application letter of no more than two pages setting out your suitability and relevant experience, salary expectations, availability time frame, together with a copy of your CV to michelle.behr@lionlandscapes.org before the 1st April 2022.  Please ensure you include at least two referees in your CV.  Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 

Community Project Manager (Laikipia, Kenya)

The successful candidate will be a highly motivated, hands‐on, collaborative individual with experience in community conservation. This is a tremendous opportunity for someone to advance their skills in the conservation sector and to help a grassroots conservation project continue to grow and achieve significant success, with important benefits for both local communities and large carnivores. The main duties involved in this post are listed below, but additional tasks may be included as needed by the Fields Operation Manager and Executive Director.

Application Process

Please send your application letter of no more than two pages setting out your suitability and relevant experience, salary expectations, availability time frame, together with a copy of your CV to michelle.behr@lionlandscapes.org before the 1st April 2022.  Please ensure you include at least two referees in your CV.  Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 

Grants Coordinator & Administrator (Kenya)

As the Grants Coordinator & Administrator you will be responsible for ensuring that any institutional, corporate and individual (generally ‘restricted’) funding received is reported efficiently and accurately - from a financial and narrative perspective - to the donors and that all reporting deadlines are met.  You will also be responsible for coordinating with the Director of Development, Fundraising and Communications to ensure that appropriate metrics are available for impact reporting to ‘unrestricted’ funding sources. To achieve this you will be tasked with coordinating with the relevant field teams around all grant implementation and impact goals; communications requirements with the Communications team; and financial reporting requirements with the operational and finance personnel. You will be responsible for working with the relevant teams to collate material required for reporting and for managing the financial allocations within our accounts to ensure they are processed appropriately for reporting. As part of your duties, you will provide additional support to the team when required to.

Application Process

Please send your application letter of no more than two pages setting out your suitability and relevant experience, salary expectations, availability timeframe, together with a copy of your CV and details of at least one referee to info@lionlandscapes.org before 11 March 2022.  Applications not accompanied by a cover letter and referee details will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.