Current vacancies

Current vacancies

Below is a list of our current vacancies at The Prince’s Countryside Fund. If you are interested in applying for a role, please follow the link at the bottom of the vacancy.

Project Officer

Reference: JAN20172711

Expiry date: 23:59, 31 January 2017

Location: London

Salary: £23,000 Per Annum

The Prince’s Countryside Fund looks after those who look after the countryside. Our vision is a confident, robust and sustainable agricultural and rural community which is universally appreciated for its vital contribution to our British way of life and fit to support future generations.

We are looking for a positive and enthusiastic Project Officer to support the delivery of all aspects of the team’s work, primarily project support and finance administration, with specific responsibilities for assisting with communications, supporting our grants programme and expanding events programme.

You will also be responsible for assisting with The Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme, and updating content for our web and social media..

You will have experience of working with budgets, events organisation and supporting a busy and fast paced team.

You will have the ability to work closely with a wide range of stakeholders from farmers through CEOs. You should also possess good communications skills both oral and written which can be used across a range of platforms from social media through formal letters and publicity materials. As part of a busy team you will keep a cool head and be able to prioritise.

An interest and empathy with rural affairs and an understanding of the challenges faced by the rural and farming sector will be advantageous.

Please read the attached Job Description for full details.

Project Officer Job Description

Interview will take place on 8th or 9th February 2017

To apply, please visit:

PR Manager

Reference: APR20161521

Expiry date: 23:59, 07 February 2017

Location: London

Salary: £35,000 Per Annum

This role will play a key role in helping grow the profile of the Fund and communicate its position as a leading rural charity. We are looking for someone with significant expertise in building relationships with journalists, successfully securing media coverage in a wide range of media outlets and running PR and digital campaigns. The ideal candidate will also share our passion for British farming and the countryside.

Key roles and responsibilities:

  • Delivering the Fund’s objectives of increasing awareness of the issues facing the countryside
  • Identifying and pitching feature and profile opportunities in key media outlets
  • Building relationships with key journalists
  • Planning and implementing PR campaigns
  • Driving the strategy to increase visibility through all media channels (traditional and digital) of the Fund and its priorities
  • Working as part of the small team and liaising with representatives from our corporate partners, stakeholders and beneficiaries

The successful candidate will have knowledge of communications, media and PR and experience of working in proactive and reactive media environment.

Please read the attached Job Description for full details.

PR Manager Job Description

Interview will take place on 14th February 2017

To apply, please visit: