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Working At Spana

Our commitment

From our inspirational founders Kate and Nina Hosali to the present day, SPANA has always attracted dedicated and passionate people who share a commitment to improving the lives of working animals.

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Current job opportunities

Veterinary project assistant

Hours of work: 21 hours of work. Happy to discuss flexible working.

Location: SPANA head office, London

Remuneration: £20,700 plus 10% employer contributory pension to personal pension plan matched by 5% employee contribution and optional private healthcare scheme. A list of additional benefits can be found here

Closing date: 26 July 2019

Interviews: week commencing 12 August 2019

Overall purpose of the role:

Assist the Veterinary Department in grouping, inputting and analysing data to lead evidence based research projects and training, as well as coordinating the ordering of drugs and equipment (in the UK and abroad) and assisting in the organising of training courses and other veterinary related activities. It is fundamental that the successful candidate be willing to occasionally travel to countries we operate in, and enjoy all aspects of administration and management required to support our projects from London. The successful candidate will have a solid understanding in animal welfare, behaviour and husbandry.

  • 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 to SPANA’s HR team: [email protected]

Download the full job description here.

Senior Corporate and Philanthropy Officer 

Hours of work: Standard hours are 9.00am-5.00pm, Monday to Thursday, and 9.00am-4.30pm Fridays, although these may be varied in line with SPANA’s staggered hours policy.

Location: SPANA head office, London

Remuneration: Competitive salary

Closing date: 21 June 2019

Interviews w/c: 24 June 2019

Overall purpose of the role:

The Senior Corporate Fundraising & Philanthropy Officer will work to generate income and other added-value benefits from profit-making organisations and major donors. The role will also support the Philanthropy Team’s work on other income streams, as required.

The Senior Corporate Fundraising & Philanthropy Officer will be an outstanding team player who will work collaboratively to maximise income for SPANA.

  • 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 to SPANA’s HR team: [email protected]

Download the full job description here.

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