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Work with Tree Aid

Looking for a fulfilling new job? Join our team and you can work with us to tackle poverty and the effects of the climate crisis.

Tree Aid works in partnership with communities to grow and protect trees so people can live from them for years to come. To do that, we need experienced and committed people who share our values.

Why work at Tree Aid?

Everyone in our team plays a role in tackling poverty and the effects of the climate crisis in the drylands of Africa. Once recruited, we aim to support our people to succeed in their roles and grow both personally and professionally.

Our aim is to build a team who can work together to successfully deliver our strategy and be driven by our values.

Our approach to recruitment

We recruit with openness and transparency. We employ people on the basis of their ability to carry out the role being recruited for.

We ensure that no applicant receives less favourable treatment than any other on the grounds of disability, gender, race, religion or belief, age, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, caring responsibilities or hours of work.

What we offer

We benchmark our salaries using independent surveys to ensure they are fair and competitive. All our people have 33 days of annual leave (including public holidays), rising to 38 days with length of employment. We provide a generous pension scheme in the UK, contributing up to 6% of salary. We offer enhanced maternity pay and are open to discuss flexible working options.

We provide all our people with the skills and opportunities to grow and realise their potential. We support a variety of formal and informal learning opportunities for staff, including time-off to attend training and assistance with training costs.

Current Vacancies

Thank you for your interest in joining our team. See our current vacancies below.

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International Vacancies

  • Tree Aid is seeking consultancy services to conduct a comprehensive security audit across our organisational units.

    We're on the hunt for an experienced provider who can conduct a security audit, with a primary focus on our Burkina Faso office, and oversight of other African offices, including Ethiopia, Mali, Niger, Ghana, and Senegal.

    You will work with Tree Aid to ensure alignment with local security levels and inform future safety measures, based on lessons learned and best practices. 

    Learn more and read our full proposal below: 

    Request for Proposal - Security Audit Consultancy Services 

    How to apply: 

    To apply, please send an enquiry email to: 


UK Vacancies 

Please check back for any future vacancies for our UK team. 

  • Position: Corporate Partnerships Fundraising Manager

    Responsible to: Head of Fundraising

    Responsible for: Volunteers and temporary staff on an ad hoc basis. Potential to have line management responsibility for the Fundraising Assistant.

    Location: Office (Bristol, UK) at least 1 day each week, option to work remotely for remaining days. 

    Salary: £40,579 pro rata

    Hours: Full-time (35 hours per week) or part-time considered

    Application deadline: Tuesday 2nd of April


    About Tree Aid: 

    We work with people in the drylands of Africa. Led by local people, our approach focuses on four key areas, working to tackle poverty and the effects of the climate crisis by growing trees, improving incomes, and restoring and protecting land. Our projects make sure trees thrive so they can provide food and
    incomes today and protect the environment for tomorrow.


    About the role: 

    To develop plans and implement the programme for fundraising from existing and prospective corporate supporters. You will be working with the Head of Fundraising, a Fundraising Assistant and a corporate fundraising consultant, plus other members of the fundraising and comms team to develop, manage
    and deliver our exciting corporate fundraising plans.

    Please see our job information pack for full details and person specification.


    How to apply: 

    Please send a copy of your CV and a supporting statement demonstrating how you meet the person specification and what attracts you to this role. We recognise that some of your experience may be from unpaid roles as well as paid employment – please include any voluntary work if it helps to show why you are the right candidate for the job. Please email your supporting statement and CV to quoting ref: 000153

    Don’t meet every single requirement? We are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive and authentic workplace, so if you’re excited about this role but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with the job description, we encourage you to apply anyway. You may be just the right candidate for us.

    Application deadline: 2nd of April 

    • Initial interviews with Polly Symondson Recruitment will take place online on 4th and 5th April
    • Shortlisted candidates will be invited to an interview with Tree Aid on 17th April (in person at Bristol Head Office)


Our Commitment to Safeguarding

Tree Aid is committed to safeguarding people within our programmes from exploitation and abuse. We have specific policies on this commitment, including standards of behaviour and whistleblowing. These policies outline the expected behaviour and the responsibility of all staff, volunteers and other organisational representatives.

Any candidate offered a job with Tree Aid will be expected to sign our safeguarding policy and agree to comply with our procedures. Some roles require DBS checks/police vetting.

Tree Aid's Values

  • We stand together and respect the people we work for and with 
  • We are bold, ambitious and determined 
  • We are professional. We work effectively and efficiently to a high standard and are experts in our field 
  • We have integrity. We are honest, transparent and accountable 
  • We are always learning. We review and adapt to maximise our impact for the people we are helping