Reporting to the Project Coordinator with matrix reporting to the AWF Chief Scientist, the Landscape Ecologist will be responsible for design, data collection, collation, storage, analyses and dissemination of information in ecological monitoring, integrated land-use zoning, climate change and applied species research and conservation in the Samburu Landscape. S/he has an obligation to participate in fund-raising, policy, sharing knowledge about AWF work, managing program, partnerships, mentoring, monitoring and evaluation of ecological work embedded in the Landscape.
Reporting to the Program Finance and Administration Officer, the Administrative Assistant will support efficient implementation of AWF’s conservation programs. This position will provide administrative and logistical support within the Kazungula Landscape and support the supervisor with basic financial functions.
AWF has ongoing consultancy needs in various thematic areas and geographic regions in the organization. As a result, AWF is seeking individuals and firms with specific professional skills to be included in an organizational database of consultants. In addition to expertise in specific thematic areas, individuals and firms desiring to work with AWF must be interested in conserving and protecting the wildlife and wild lands of Africa for future generations.
AWF is seeking a talented professional to support its conservation science work in the Congo landscape. Reporting to the Program Director, Congo Landscape, the Ecologist will be responsible for conservation science in the landscape, with a focus on bonobo research.
AWF is seeking a highly motivated individual to provide administrative, logistical, and financial support for its Manyara Ranch operations. Reporting to the Conservancy Manager, the successful candidate will ensure strict adherence to internal controls, donor guidelines, proper record keeping, and efficient administration.
AWF is seeking an experienced Forestry and Climate Change specialist to support its current and anticipated work with the local communities to implement a REDD+ program and ensure forest based climate adaption projects are successfully managed in its Congo Landscape. Within the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the bulk of the work undertaken will be at a national policy level liaising with the DRC Government in Kinshasa and various other stakeholders or within the Maringa-Lopori-Wamba (MLW) landscape.
AWF is seeking an experienced Livestock Manager to support the operations in Manyara Conservancy, Tanzania. The successful candidate will be responsible for management of livestock activities in the ranch including sales and marketing, abattoir operations and maintaining the breed to the highest quality standard as well as planning and implementing infrastructural improvement related to the efficient and profitable management of livestock.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
African Wildlife Foundation is committed to recruit and hire qualified staff and to treat its employees equally in all respects, without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin, age, marital status, personal appearance, gender identification, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, physical handicap, HIV status, matriculation and political affiliation, disability, or any other classification considered unlawfully discriminatory under any applicable law.
Moreover, it is the policy of AWF to provide a working environment that is free from discrimination, sexual harassment, and any other unlawful or inappropriate conduct by fellow workers and supervisors. AWF and its employees shall be sensitive to cultural values and practices within its area of operation.
Further, harassment or discrimination based on an individual's race, color, religion, sex or national origin, age, marital status, personal appearance, gender identification, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, physical handicap, HIV status, matriculation and political affiliation, disability, or any other classification considered unlawfully discriminatory under any applicable law will not be tolerated.
December 6, 2013 – WildAid, Save the Elephants, and the African Wildlife Foundation kicked off a campaign to reduce ivory demand...