Conservation International offers our employees competitive and comprehensive benefits tailored to the countries where we work. In addition to competitive salaries and a flexible work environment, we offer a full range of benefits, including health care, retirement work/life balance and professional development opportunities.


Benefits for eligible employees include:

  • Medical coverage*
  • Life insurance*
  • Retirement contributions
  • Paid holidays and vacation leave
  • Employee assistance program for every day work and life issues
  • Comprehensive new employee orientation
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Professional development opportunities with a history of promoting from within
  • Classroom and e-courses focused on professional, management and leadership development
  • Strong organizational values
  • The opportunity to make a lasting contribution for generations to come

* Local medical and life insurance coverage may be determined by local law and customary practices.


Benefits for eligible U.S. employees include*:

  • Medical, telemedicine, dental, and vision plan options with coverage that starts on your first day of employment
  • Same sex and domestic partner coverage
  • Employer paid life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance
  • Employer paid short-term and long-term disability insurance
  • Employer paid business travel insurance
  • Long-term care insurance option
  • Retirement savings plans plus matching employer contributions with immediate vesting
  • Pet insurance option
  • Flexible work schedules in addition to a 35-hour workweek (some jobs vary)
  • Thirteen paid holidays, plus three personal leave days and two Good Samaritan days per year
  • Generous annual leave and sick leave
  • Maternity and paternity leave
  • Pre-tax health and dependent day-care spending accounts
  • Pre-tax commuter and parking benefit (dependent upon location)
  • Subsidized health club membership (dependent upon location)
  • ​Casual work environment

* For regular positions scheduled to work 21 hours or more per week.