© Heather Crochetiere Monitoring the Liard

Careers at WWF

With your help, we can protect the future of our planet.

Join Us for Change

Thank you for your interest in working at WWF-Canada. We’re the country’s largest international conservation organization, working to protect the future of nature. If you are interested in making a positive impact, check out our current vacancies below.

WWF-Canada is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome diversity in the workplace, encouraging applications from all qualified candidates, including members of visible minorities, persons with disabilities and Indigenous peoples. WWF-Canada is also committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments. If you are contacted to be considered for a job opportunity, advise the human resources representative of accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information relating to these measures will be addressed confidentially.

Benefits of Working at WWF-Canada

You’ll work with a team of passionate people interested in creating a Canada with abundant wildlife, where nature and people thrive. Here are some other benefits of working here:

  • Competitive salary
  • Health and dental benefits
  • Paid vacation time and personal days
  • Training and development budget to support your professional goals
  • Flexible working arrangements and telecommuting
Current Openings

Lead, Philanthropy & Donor Engagement

1 month ago
The Lead, Philanthropy & Donor Engagement will be responsible for developing and executing strategies that secure large major gifts from existing major gifts donors and identifying new high net worth prospects through a process of research and networking. They will ensure quality stewardship with these donors to maintain engagement, interest and support.

Intern, Community Giving

4 weeks ago
The Intern, Community Giving will play an instrumental role in supporting the virtual community event fundraising efforts and events which seek to engage the Canadian public around conservation issues and inspire fundraising as an important part of conservation.

Senior Manager, Community Action

1 week ago
This role will lead the realization of hands-on measurable restoration and regeneration actions by working closely with staff, as well as externally with partners, communities, businesses, governments, and individuals, among others, to reverse wildlife loss, increase biodiversity, and support natural carbon solutions to fight climate change.
© Peter Ewins / WWF-Canada

Our Guiding Principles

Over the past 50 years, we’ve learned how to work effectively, build support and create lasting results. Today, we’ve distilled that knowledge into seven fundamental principles that guide our day-to-day actions and our long-term vision.

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Strategic

We target our efforts where the stakes are highest. That means concentrating on the most critical issues threatening our environment.

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Resilient

We design our conservation initiatives to be workable, robust, adaptive and resilient to changing circumstances.

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Collaborative

WWF works with Indigenous organizations, industry, government, communities and other conservation groups to make big wins happen.

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Accountable

We operate in a cost-effective manner and apply donors’ funds according to the highest standards of accountability.

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Evidence-based

We believe a combination of traditional science and Indigenous guidance is the foundation of sound conservation practice and policy.

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Global

As part of an international organization that works in more than 100 countries around the globe, we understand the broader issues.

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Inclusive

By engaging all Canadians, we can make the fundamental changes required for a healthy planet.