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Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS) is an internationally operating conservation organisation based in Germany that has been implementing conservation projects in Africa, South America, South-East Asia and Europe for many decades. The FZS Europe Programme safeguards large, biodiverse wilderness areas, mainly in Eastern Europe. 

The FZS Europe Department is looking for a

Junior Communications Officer

You will support the planning, design and implementation of a series of communication related activities and will draft and share relevant information via on- and offline media channels with a wider international audience in order to achieve higher project visibility and engagement. Your communications expertise will be needed for the FZS projects in Kazakhstan, Belarus/Polesia, Wolf Mountains (Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine) and Ukraine – especially to comply with the requirements of external donors. You will act as an intermediary between the FZS Europe Department, the FZS Communications Department as well as project staff.



your application

Please send us your application (as one single PDF incl. a motivation letter, CV, qualifying certificates and work samples) together with your salary expectations and the earliest possible starting date to jobs@fzs.org. In your motivation letter please answer the following questions on one page: 

The full-time position will be based in Lviv, Ukraine, and is initially limited to two years. In the first year of employment, you will stay for several weeks/months in the FZS Headquarter in Frankfurt. Willingness to travel and visit project areas frequently is a prerequisite for employment. 

Contact person: 

Frankfurt Zoological Society
Marthe Braun, Human Resources
Bernhard-Grzimek-Allee 1
60316 Frankfurt, Germany


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