AWF is seeking a highly motivated and talented individual to be responsible for its Tourism Marketing component and coordination of technical input into the Tourism for Biodiversity (T4B) Program which is in its second year implementation phase. Reporting to the Chief of Party, the incumbent will work with project implementation partners and private sector to design and implement tourism marketing strategy and campaign.
AWF is currently seeking a talented individual to provide administrative, logistical and financial support for its Manyara Ranch operations. This position will be based in Manyara Ranch, Tanzania and will report to the Manyara Ranch Conservation Manager.
AWF is now accepting applications for the 2014–2016 class of the Conservation Management Training Program (CMTP). CMTP is an intensive 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. CMTP graduates are well positioned to take on long-term roles within AWF and will receive special consideration for employment with the organization throughout their careers.
AWF is currently seeking for a high performing Land Conservation Director (LCD) with practical on-the-ground experience conserving and managing land in Africa. Reporting to the Vice President Conservation Strategy, this position will lead AWF’s land and habitat conservation program. The LCD will work to increase the amount of land under conservation and to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of management systems for conservation land in Africa.
AWF is currently seeking a talented individual who will be responsible for managing AWF’s project in the Mbeya region of Southern Tanzania integrating Sustainable Agricultural Development with Biodiversity Conservation. Reporting to AWF's Chief Operating Officer (COO), the Project Manager will manage all aspects and implement parts of AWF’s three-year program in Southern Tanzania, including overseeing the work portfolio, and ensuring the successful and timely completion of the project.
AWF is seeking a talented individual to implement its implement its forestry and climate change program in the DRC. Reporting to the Landscape Director and working with relevant teams, this position will work at national policy level liaising with the DRC Government in Kinshasa and various other stakeholders or within the Maringa-Lopori-Wamba (MLW) landscape. This position will entail occasional travel.
AWF is seeking a talented individual to undertake its monitoring and evaluation efforts within the CARPE III program. Reporting to the Congo Landscape Director, the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will be required to implement, together with relevant teams, the AWF Performance Measurement system to coordinate impact reporting as well as evaluation studies for the CARPE III program.
AWF is seeking a talented individual who will be responsible for ensuring strict adherence to AWF and donor Financial, Administrative, Logistical and Procurement guidelines in the Congo Landscape. This position will report to the Congo Landscape Director and will be based in Djolu with frequent travel within Djolu and Befale.
AWF is currently seeking a talented individual to coordinate the development and implementation of CARPE III’s communications program and press relations. Reporting to the Congo Landscape Director, the Communications Officer will improve internal and external communications of the project with collaborating partners in the Landscape.
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 Conservation Schools Program (ACS) is a culmination of previous ‘traditional’ capacity building efforts. It is a strategic decision to deliver on AWF’s conservation mandate through schooling. AWF is currently seeking a talented individual to provide support in the development and implementation of the AWF Conservation Schools Model to apply to serve as an ACS Intern.
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