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Senior Media Relations Officer

  • Posted on 04/05/17
  • Washington, DC

The DC-based, Senior Media Relations Officer will support African Wildlife Foundation’s media and strategically aligning and positioning AWF’s international brand through appropriate exposure. Successful candidates will have media relations and public relations experience preferably in both corporate and agency side.   The Senior Media Relations Officer will demonstrate a solid understanding of media relations’ best practices and knowledge of the media landscape in the regions s/he will work.

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Major Gifts Officer

  • Posted on 03/30/17
  • Los Angeles, California

A Major Gifts Officer (MGO) is a key, forward-facing player in the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) Development department. Coming onto the team with a passion for conservation, s/he will represent AWF in the competitive west coast market. S/he will manage a dynamic portfolio of individual prospects and donors who are currently giving or have the capacity to give $10,000+ annually. Together with the Manager of Major Gifts and Director of Development Operations, the MGO will design strategies to steward existing donors and cultivate new relationships.

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Individual Giving Officer

  • Posted on 03/30/17
  • Los Angeles, California

The Individual Gifts Officer (IGO), based remotely on the West Coast, is a key, forward-facing player on African Wildlife Foundation (AWF)'s Development team.  Coming onto the team with a passion for conservation, this role will focus on two primary objectives.  First, to steward and grow the mid-level ($1K- $10K) donor portfolio.  The IGO will serve as a forward-facing representative of AWF to individuals in this market, throughout the process of identifying prospects, cultivating relationships and soliciting gifts.  The IGO will take a leadership role in develop

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Conservation Leadership and Management Program

  • Posted on 03/29/17

AWF is now accepting applications for the 2017–2019 class of the Conservation Leadership and Management Program (CLMP). CLMP is an intensive, two year 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.

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Social Media Officer

  • Posted on 03/28/17
  • Nairobi, Kenya

If you think in hashtags and enjoy creating compelling content that both educates and empowers people, you could be African Wildlife Foundation’s new Social Media Officer. AWF is seeking qualified applicants to support our rapidly growing global social media efforts and keep our international audiences aware and engaged.

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Project Manager

  • Posted on 02/17/17
  • Tsavo, Kenya

AWF is seeking a high performing and result oriented Project Manager to provide overall management and ensure successful implementation of an anticipated two-year project. The project aims to build the capacity and sustainability of Lumo Conservancy. This position will report to the Vice President for Land Protection and based in the Tsavo.

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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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April 6, 2017

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