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Join us and help end animal experiments worldwide

Cruelty Free International is the leading organisation working to create a world where nobody wants or believes we need to experiment on animals. Our dedicated team are experts in their fields, combining award-winning campaigning, political lobbying, pioneering undercover investigations, scientific and legal expertise and corporate responsibility to make a positive difference to animals in laboratories.

The organisation was previously known as the ‘British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection’ or ‘BUAV’

Technical Officer, Sustainable Business Programmes

This is a part time (0.6 FTE) and permanent position, Remote working, with some requirement to attend the London Hub.
Reporting to: SBP Technical Manager
Salary: Negotiable

A skilled project manager and technical advisor, with a proven ability to work with external stakeholders, you will work in support of the Technical Manager to manage the technical aspects of Leaping Bunny and other organisational programmes. You will have excellent administrative skills gained in a customer-facing environment, including the ability to deal with multiple complex enquiries in a calm manner.

From the provision of technical advice and guidance to existing members and prospective new joiners, to supporting complex third-party supply chains; your meticulous approach, eye for detail, and flexibility will help advance the organisation’s Vision, Mission, and Values.

Applications should be made to info@crueltyfreeinternational.org and consist of a written statement demonstrating suitability for the role and a current CV. Interviews are strictly by invitation only.

Senior Chemicals Regulatory Advisor

This is a full time and permanent position. Remote working, with some requirement to attend the London Hub
Reporting to: Director of Science & Regulatory Affairs
Salary: Negotiable

We are looking for a senior regulatory affairs specialist to join our Science & Regulatory Affairs team, with experience in regulatory toxicology in the chemicals and/or consumer products sector. A clear desire to end testing on animals is essential.

You will work within the Science & Regulatory Affairs team to deliver the organisation’s objectives relating to the ending of testing on animals, with a focus on regulatory testing in the chemical and consumer product sectors. Your role will mostly address regulatory testing on animals in Europe, some activities will also be relevant to the UK, and some will be internationally relevant.

Applications should be made to info@crueltyfreeinternational.org and consist of a 400 word written statement demonstrating suitability for the role and a current CV. Interviews are strictly by invitation only.