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If you live in the UK and want to join us in improving the lives of horses, we may have job vacancies near you.

Our head office is based in Snetterton, Norfolk and is overlooked by our Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming centre.

We also have Rescue and Rehoming Centres in Aberdeenshire, Lancashire and Somerset.



If you wish to apply for any position, please send a curriculum vitae to: Gillian Larter, Human Resources, Anne Colvin House, Snetterton, Norfolk NR16 2LR or e-mail:





PROJECT MANAGER - Head Office Norfolk

20+/- hours per week Consultancy 

We are looking for an experienced Project Manager with a proven track record in persuasive communications to steer our sponsors towards the goals of our Digital Engagement Project (DEP).  You will need to co-ordinate several projects from multiple suppliers to ensure compliance and have the experience to understand and develop the engagement strategy.

World Horse Welfare has identified that it must shift its Stakeholder Engagement Strategy to be a largely digital one by 2020. Targets have been established to generate increasing amounts of income through digital channels.

The DEP has been created to manage the transition and transformation of activities to be digitally facing by 2020. DEP is a project about projects. It is about ensuring that all new activities are focused on the core outcome of creating efficient digital engagements. This means that web-site development, Application Development and Digital Channel communications (SMS , Email, Social Media) must seamlessly interact with the World Horse Welfare CRM ecosystem with minimal manual intervention and have to be compliant with new legislation (GDPR, Fundraising Preference Service etc.).

As Project Manager you will be expected to ensure that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget.  Work with the Director of Communications & Public Affairs and the Head of IT to ensure resource availability and allocation. Manage the relationship with the in-house team and all stakeholders and establish and maintain relationships with third parties/vendors.

You will be expected to demonstrate the charity’s values of being realistic, compassionate and forward-thinking as well as comply with the policies of World Horse Welfare to ensure that risks within the working environment are reduced as low as reasonably practicable (to include completing risk assessments and maintaining files).

Job Description / Person Specification

If you are interested in this opportunity to work with World Horse Welfare please send your CV and covering letter to:

Gillian Larter at

Closing date for applications:  7th August 2017




Would you like to help us improve the lives of working horses in Central America?  We are seeking two consultants to cover the following countries:

Our Regional Coordinators are appointed on consultancy contracts which are reviewed every three months. You are required to live within the geographical area you are working in.

Guatemala, Costa Rica and Honduras - Regional Coordinator required to work 3 days per month.  Working from home you will provide remote support to each project.  You will be required to work up to an additional 5 days, worked in a block, over the term of each three month contract.

Nicaragua - Regional Coordinator required to work 2 days month.  Working from home you will provide remote support to each project. You will be required to work up to an additional 5 days, worked in a block, over a six month period.

Job Description / Person Specification

About us

World Horse Welfare is an international horse charity that improves the lives of horses in the UK and around the world through education, campaigning, and hands-on care. Our international programme aims to alleviate the suffering of working horses and improve human livelihoods by sharing essential knowledge with horse-owning communities and advocating for advancements in equid welfare policy. 

Our international work
Working with local partner organisations in sixteen countries across Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa and Asia, we currently run eighteen projects, giving owners the knowledge and skills which will empower them to care for their horses in a welfare-friendly manner. Regional Coordinators contribute to World Horse Welfare’s ability to improve and protect equine welfare by providing a well-informed understanding of the local and regional context, engaging and influencing stakeholders, and establishing the organisation’s credibility as an effective animal welfare organisation.

To apply please send your CV with covering letter in English to, specifying the area for which you are applying.

Interviews will be held in Costa Rica (10th/11th August) and Nicaragua (17th/18th August).


To apply please email your current CV with a covering letter to


Gillian Larter at Alternatively post your application to World Horse Welfare, Anne Colvin House, Snetterton, Norfolk NR16 2LR.