AWF is currently seeking a Project Management Officer (PMO) who will assist in the coordination of project implementation within AWF. Reporting to the Project Management Director (PMD), the PMO will ensure that all conservation actions are well planned, scheduled, executed, and tracked. The PMO will be the primary administrator of AWF’s project tracking systems, ensuring that task statuses are kept up to date, and providing data and reporting to the various stakeholders within AWF.
AWF is currently seeking a Donor Database Assistant who will be responsible for ensuring that the integrity of the database remains strong for use by all programs. This individual will report to the Donor Database Administrator, assisting to scope and implement both online and offline data needs.
AWF is currently seeking a Driver/ Office Assistant to support its Kazungula program. This position reports to the Program Finance and Administration Officer and will offer administrative support services including driving and handling routine office functions.
AWF is currently seeking a Program Finance and Administration Assistant to support its operations in the Kazungula landscape. This position reports to and works closely with the Program Finance and Administration Officer to support efficient implementation of AWF’s conservation programs. The PFAA provides administrative, logistical and financial support within the Kazungula Landscape.
AWF is seeking a Corporate Relations Officer (CR Officer) to cultivate and manage collaborations with the private sector and advance AWF's mission to conserve Africa’s wildlife and wild lands. The CR Officer will work with the Director, Foundation & Corporate Relations and the VP for Philanthropy & Marketing.
AWF currently seeks to hire a Heartland Ecologist to be based in its Parc W Heartland office, Benin who will be responsible for all conservation science in the heartland. Reporting to the Heartland Manager with matrix reporting to the AWF Chief Scientist, the Heartland Ecologist will be in-charge of 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 Parc W Heartland.
AWF is currently seeking a talented professional to support its Monitoring and Evaluation efforts across the organization. Reporting to the Vice President, Program Operations the successful candidate will be required to implement together with Program Operations team, the AWF Performance Measurement System and coordinate impact reporting as well as evaluation studies for the AWF program. They will also act as the point person for M& E for the Kenya Program.
African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) has an immediate opening for a qualified Online Communications Intern. Working in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented marketing department, the Online Communications Intern will help manage AWF's web content, social media presence, and digital assets.
AWF is seeking an enthusiastic, goal-oriented, self-driven intern to support AWF’s print products.
African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) has an opening for a qualified Media Relations Intern to work in the Marketing & Membership Department. Reporting directly to the Senior Writer and Publications Manager, as well as occasionally reporting to the Director of Marketing, the Media Relations Intern will work in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented department in order to support AWF’s media & outreach and asset digitization efforts.
This internship provides a unique opportunity to meaningfully contribute to AWF’s conservation strategies in sub-Saharan Africa. This opportunity will be based in AWF’s Headquarter offices in Nairobi, Kenya.
Do you have an interest in a future career in Philanthropy or non-profits? Come get real-world applicable experience working for the Philanthropy Department, the engine of any non-profit. As a small, close-knit team you will get exposure to all our departments, and learn the ins and outs of how different departments in a non-profit function harmoniously.
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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.
Historical action hopes to decrease rising wildlife attacks NAIROBI, Kenya, May 22, 2013 -- AWF applauds Kenya for passing a...