Overview

Siren works to promote conservation of wildlife AND human well-being. It creates educational materials, activities, talks and experiences which are scientifically cutting edge and beautiful to look at. Its aim is to engage people so they know what is at stake and what they can do to help. Siren opens people’s minds and hearts to Nature and nurtures that connection. Siren’s work reconnects the people to what is health giving and sustainable for themselves and for the planet. Its projects are all based in conservation education. It wprks  in locations where it feels it can have most positive impact and in ways which are based on sound scientific insight and thought through ideas.

Where is SIREN
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    Location of open jobs

    Careers

    Job openings over the past year

    1Total posted jobs

    Examples of past jobs

    • Change Management Expert for Public Sector Reform Project in Lebanon
      Lebanon

    Staff at SIREN have experience in

    Sectors

    • reproductive health
    • tertiary education
    • climate change
    • civil society
    • development

    Countries

    • united states
    • afghanistan
    • netherlands
    • south sudan
    • australia

    Skills

    • managerial experience
    • experience in recruitment
    • international experience
    • with experience in conflict areas

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    Company Offices
    • United Kingdom (headquarters)
    • Oxford
    • The Hive The Old Music Hall 106-108 Cowley Road

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