We employ a team of around a hundred scientists and technicians, most of whom are educated to masters or doctorate level, together with a small, high-quality administrative team. We are constantly looking for talented people to join us, so if you think you would fit in and are eligible to work in the UK, please click on the live vacancies below and submit your application form, CV and covering letter.
We’re looking for a passionate, and experienced Ruby on Rails (RoR) Developer to join our team where you will have the opportunity to architect and deliver cutting edge applications that explain and explore the value of the world’s natural resources to governments, scientists and civil society.
If you not only want to work with the latest technologies, but also want to feel good and know that your code will help to make a difference to nature and the environment, this is your chance!
We are currently seeking a creative UX Designer to join our in-house developer team and help build engaging web and mobile applications that are used around the globe to help protect the World’s biodiversity.
Our focus is making sure people can find the easiest route to collecting, visualising and sharing environmental information. Your designs will help canoeing scientists to map corals, governments across the world to unlock vast amounts of their environmental information and the United Nations to keep our planet under review.
We are looking for a highly motivated and technically competent Associate Programme Officer to work in our Science team to provide GIS mapping and administration support to a range of projects. GIS is a cornerstone of our work at WCMC and this area of expertise is used to support all Programmes across the Centre.
The UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre strives for a sustainable world for biodiversity and people. Based in Cambridge, UK, we’ve worked with a wide range of project partners to turn data and knowledge into insights for global decision makers for over 35 years.
We are looking for a technically competent, conscientious and motivated Programme Officer to work in the Ecosystem Assessment Programme, who will thrive on the opportunity to participate within the international arena. The programme provides decision makers with information and tools to demonstrate the linkages between biodiversity, ecosystem services, sustainable land management and human well-being/livelihoods. The programme has a particular focus on biodiversity indicators, ecosystem assessments, and mainstreaming of biodiversity into development and planning policy in developing countries.