Careers

Our current job openings and volunteer opportunities are listed below. Click on the title for full details.

  • Finance Programme Communications Executive

    We are seeking a Communications Executive to support our growing team to effectively deliver its ambitious programme of work, particularly under the Natural Capital Finance Alliance project.

    She/he will be a strong team player with excellent communications skills and attention to detail. This is an excellent opportunity to work at the heart of our growing Finance Sector Programme which seeks to build capacity and accelerate the understanding and systematic integration of natural capital risks and opportunities across the sector.

  • Researcher (Languages) - Forest 500

    Global Canopy Programme is seeking researchers for a few days to two months to provide research support to an innovative project on the drivers of tropical deforestation, Forest 500. Researchers will work collaboratively as part of a small team to assess the commodity policies and transparency of companies, financial institutions and jurisdictions. Successful candidates will assist in the identification and analysis of relevant information, while performing a translation role within the team.

  • Development Coordinator

    Closing date

    We're looking for an effective, experienced development coordinator to play a leading role in coordinating and implementing Global Canopy’s fundraising strategy. This includes maintaining and developing Global Canopy’s growing portfolio of unrestricted and restricted donors and implementing a new high-end ‘philanthropy circle’ among high net worth supporters, amongst other exciting opportunities.

  • Trase and Supply Chains Communications Executive

    Global Canopy is a founding partner of Trase – Transparency for Sustainable Economies – along with the Stockholm Environment Institute. Trase (trase.earth) is a powerful new sustainability platform, enabling governments, companies, investors and others to better understand and address the environmental and social impacts linked to their supply chains. Trase is at the forefront of a data-driven revolution in supply chain sustainability, drawing on vast sets of production, trade and customs data, for the first time laying bare the flows of globally-traded commodities.

  • Latin American Research Assistant (Oxford-based)

    Closing date

    We are seeking a talented researcher who is highly motivated and committed to helping us achieve our mission. The role will sit within the Supply Chains programme and work across the projects with a focus on supporting in-country work in Latin America. You will produce research outputs on the production and trade of Latin American soy, cattle, palm oil, and timber for engagement with partner organizations and companies, and craft insights from Trase data in support of novel communications.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    1. Research on State of Play in Latin America

  • Research Assistant

    We are seeking a talented researcher who shares our conviction who is highly committed to helping us achieve our mission. The role will sit within the Supply Chains programme and work across the projects, including on Forest 500 and

  • Director of Communications

    The new Director of Communications, reporting to the Executive Director, will be part of the senior management team and responsible for leading our communications in a compelling way for all audiences, including donors. S/he will be responsible for developing and leading an ambitious communications and engagement strategy for GCP through the support of expert and dedicated communications, media and fundraising staff.