09 Sep '11, 10am

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Job Opportunities with BirdLife International Job Opportunities Updated 30th August 2011 CEMEX-BirdLife Programme Manager (Cambridge, UK) BirdLife International is looking to recruit a Programme Manager to manage its strategic partnership with CEMEX, one of the world’s largest and most influential cement and aggregates companies. Click here for more details Senior Programme Manager - Flyways (Cambridge, UK) BirdLife is seeking to recruit an experienced individual to develop and manage a thematic global and multi-regional programme of work on migratory birds based at the BirdLife Secretariat in Cambridge. Click here for more details Programme Support Officer (Cambridge, UK) BirdLife is looking for a Conservation Support Officer to assist with project and programme development, provide general administrative & programmatic support to the department, assist in preparing contr...

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