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Please note, Survival doesn’t send volunteers to tribal communities, or sponsor any visitors other than our own staff. We do assist some projects with tribal peoples, but these are run by the tribes themselves.
Working at Survival is about being part of a brave organization with a long and inspiring history, one that effects real change. Our work is preventing the annihilation of tribes worldwide. And our campaigns have succeeded, time and time again.
Our mission is to champion tribal peoples’ rights and so diversity and inclusion is the cornerstone of our work. We are committed to promoting equality, valuing diversity, and working inclusively across our entire organization.
We uphold these principles in our behaviors and practices – as an employer and as a campaigning organization.
We are friendly and open-minded and we realize the importance of having a culture that embraces everyone. We take pride in this and understand it’s vital to ensure the rights and dignity of every staff member and volunteer are respected.
Like any good community, we take care of each other.
We’re looking for an experienced social media activist who wants to engage with digital audiences to drive change and promote a uniquely worthwhile cause. We need someone passionate about all things social who will connect with audiences, target influencers, stimulate debate around our campaigns, and help drive support and engagement.
If you’d like to apply, please download the specification and application form. Send in your completed application form, together with a cover letter (max. one page) and CV, by 15 February, via BreatheHR.
Survival’s Berlin office is looking for two interns in the fields of press and fundraising. Both positions require you to speak German as a first language and have a working knowledge of English. The positions are suitable for those interested in indigenous rights issues and human rights.
For more information and to apply visit our German-language jobs page →