The VCF is looking for two consultants to help us improve internal management processes and our human resources systems


The Vulture Conservation Foundation (VCF)  is an international NGO working on vulture conservation in Europe. Originally born as the Foundation for the Conservation of the Bearded Vulture, and solely focussed on the reintroduction of the bearded vulture in the Alps, the Foundation changed name and status in 2009 to work on all the 4 European species. In 2013 it acquired professional staff, and today it is the leading European organisation on vulture conservation, implementing 10+ large-scale projects across the continent, with staff distributed in 6 countries (Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Holland and Serbia).


With a growing portfolio of projects and ever more complex operations, the VCF is now looking for consultants that will help it find tangible solutions for two major management challenges, to help strengthen the sustainability and future growth of the organisation, and thus ensure that the work that the VCF is doing - which is considerable, continues to grow in impact and magnitude in a sustainable way.


We are now looking for two consultants


  • Management systems, to help us establish institutional learning, to capture all the knowledge and processes into the organisation, to review our IT systems, and to analyse tasks and responsibilities assigned across the growing organigram


  • Human resources, to help us establish a legally solid, socially just and professional set up in multiple countries. This includes the potential establishment of payrolls and optimized taxations regimes.


Deadline for applications is the 2nd November 2018.


For details on the detailed ToR of these two consultancies, and the calendar of the work, please see the documents below.

Call for Human Resources consultant
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Call for Management consultant
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