The RSPB is looking to boost its community fundraising operations in the south-east, central and eastern regions.
Three new recruits are required to join the RSPB's 40 grass-roots fundraisers who will work to raise support for local nature conservation work.
The charity's regional support co-ordinator Clare Brooks said: "In the past five years, with growing support from grant, charitable trust and corporate funders, we have focused on the rapid expansion of our nature-reserve programme. The challenge now is to grow our community fundraising to provide long-term support for our local conservation work."
The RSPB raised £75m in the last financial year, supporting 180 nature reserves across the UK.