The Media Relations Manager raises awareness about the African Wildlife Foundation brand and conservation projects in North America and Europe. This position is responsible for managing the day-to-day working relationship with our media agency partner and developing close relationships with top-tier press. The Media Relations Manager must be passionate about maximizing near-term opportunities such as project launches and thought leadership while also building strategic, long-term opportunities for increasing AWF’s brand awareness and perception.
The Executive Director, African Wildlife Capital (AWC), will work in partnership with African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), AWC's Chief Investment Officer, and the appointed fund administrator of AWC to scale up Africa's first impact investing vehicle for conservation enterprise. Established in 2011, AWC utilizes private sector capital to promote commercial ventures that support the conservation of threatened landscapes in Africa. AWC has already raised and allocated US$7 million across nine investments, and now aims to significantly scale up operations. AWC was founded and is backed by the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF).
The Prospect Research Officer works as an integral member of the African Wildlife Foundation's (AWF's) philanthropy team by collecting and analyzing information on current and prospective donors for top-tier giving levels. This position equips AWF’s senior leadership and philanthropy team with information they need to focus their efforts on new high-quality donors and make the most of AWF’s existing relationships.
As the African Wildlife Foundation seeks to increase its visibility globally, the organization needs a knowledgeable, Washington, D.C.-based Web Experience Manager to advance AWF’s online profile. This position will be responsible for building global audiences and engagement, channel integration, and brand development. The Web Experience Manager will also serve as a collaborative leader and internal advocate for new approaches and innovative digital strategies and technology.
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 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.
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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.
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