The Corporate Relations Manager is an integral member of the AWF’s internationally (US, Europe, and Africa) based Corporate Relations team - playing a key role in identifying, cultivating, and managing relationships with various sectors of the global corporate community with a goal of raising funds and enhancing AWF’s visibility in support of our mission to conserve Africa’s wildlife and wild lands.
The Print Marketing Manager plays a key role in AWF’s direct marketing and philanthropy efforts focusing on direct mail fundraising, creative acquisition strategies, production management, innovative package testing, and cross-channel integration. Working directly with the Assistant Director, Marketing and Membership, the position is responsible for driving philanthropic growth through sophisticated direct mail efforts, building key constituencies, cultivation and upgrade strategies, and partner programs.
AWF is now accepting applications for the 2016–2018 class of the Conservation Leadership and Management Program (CLMP). CLMP is an intensive, paid program that offers recent master’s degree graduates the opportunity to launch their careers in African conservation while working alongside AWF’s conservation leaders both at the organization’s Nairobi headquarters and in priority landscapes across Africa.
The Staff Accountant is an integral member of AWF’s finance team, provides support in areas of general ledger accounting, monthly close, and assists in efficient tracking and reporting of AWF’s financial resources. The Staff Accountant will also support with accounting and administration activities related to AWF and its subsidiaries. The position is a perfect opportunity for someone with prior non-profit experience and exposure to managing federal awards.
The African Wildlife Foundation’s UK Director works as an integral member of the global philanthropy team, with the primary responsibility of expanding AWF’s philanthropic reach to new global regions by growing the individual and institutional donor base in the United Kingdom. The UK Director will play a lead role in crafting a comprehensive fundraising strategy for AWF UK, ensuring that funding in the UK continues to increase.
The African Wildlife Foundation and the Congolese Institute for the Conservation of Nature are looking for a trainer who will re-introduce to the rangers, the 8-step counter poaching model in the reserve ensure that integrity is maintained while effectively improving the reserve management.
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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.
Statement from Dr. Patrick Bergin, CEO of the African Wildlife Foundation and member of the U.S. Federal Advisory Council on Wildlife...