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Job opportunities at SPANA’s head office will be posted here. For further information about any vacancy you see on this page, please contact SPANA on 020 7831 3999.

Current job opportunities

Veterinary Programme Advisor

Hours of work: 34.5 hours a week. Standard hours are 9.00am – 5.00pm, Monday to Thursday, and 9.00am – 4.30pm Fridays.

Remuneration: £36,000 – £40,000 plus 10% employer contributory pension to personal pension plan matched by 5% employee contribution and private healthcare scheme.

Overall purpose of the role: Coordination of SPANA’s core country work incorporating additional outreach and partnerships projects, utilising both veterinary and community training approaches. Responsibility to timely advertisement and recruiting of new projects each calendar year, advising SPANA on selection criteria for each project. Managing grant agreements and funding streams. Evaluating country and project outcomes and managing support towards long term sustainability of funded projects, assessment and reviewing of new and existing projects. Advice to SPANA on repeat and permanent funding opportunities.

  • All applicants must submit a CV and cover letter as part of their application stating why they think they are the ideal candidate for the position
  • All applicants must complete the Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form (all data is stored anonymously and destroyed 6 months after application)

Applications to be submitted by close of day 12 October with interviews week of 29 October

Applications to be submitted to Chris Oak: [email protected]

Download the full job description here.

Download the Equality and Diversity form here.

Operations Coordinator

Hours of work: Standard hours are 9.00am – 5.00pm, Monday to Thursday, and 9.00am – 4.30pm Fridays.

Remuneration: £28000 – £29,000 plus 10% employer contributory pension to personal pension plan matched by 5% employee contribution and private healthcare scheme.

Overall purpose of the role: The Operations Coordinator is responsible for administrative tasks including scheduling meetings, writing up workshops, processing expenses and assisting in building a global operations calendar. Developing and managing internal communications channels for the operations team providing an efficient, effective and swift service to the whole organisation.

  • All applicants must submit a CV and cover letter as part of their application stating why they think they are the ideal candidate for the position
  • All applicants must complete the Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form (all data is stored anonymously and destroyed 6 months after application)

Applications to be submitted by close of day 3 October with interviews week of 15 October

Applications to be submitted to[email protected]

Download the full job description here.

Download the Equality and Diversity form here.