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ABCG Career Opportunities January 2019

by Portal Web Editor last modified Jan 15, 2019 04:00 PM
Contributors: ABCG
Check out these career and training opportunities to enrich your conservation career.

WWF

Dzanga Sangha Communication Officer

Location: Bayanga, Central African Republic

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Central African Republic Country Office seeks to hire an experienced and motivated individual for the position of Communications Officer for its Dzanga Sangha programme. He/she will liaise closely with the Technical Advisor, field staff partners and local communities to obtain news and information from them that can be used to market Dzanga-Sangha and make it known to a wider global audience. Liaises closely with the WWF Regional Office for Africa and the WWF International Communications Team to provide them with information on programmes activities, and work together for global campaigns.

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World Resources Institute

Context Review: Forest Monitoring in Cameroon and Uganda

World Resources Institute is hiring a consultant to conduct a situational analysis and stakeholder mapping exercise as part of the exploratory phase of a qualitative case study on use of forest cover change data and information. The case study will inform a broader evaluation of the Global Forest Watch platform managed by the World Resources Institute. Following the situational analysis and stakeholder mapping, the consultant will continue to engage in the case study through support to interview and data collection. Interested applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, and brief description of a proposed approach to conducting the context review, including a timeline and budget (no more than 500 words) to gfw@wri.org using the subject line "Uganda Context Review. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through January 21st, 2019.

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WCS

Community Based Conservation Expert, South Sudan

Location: Southern Sudan

The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) seeks to recruit a Community Based Conservation Expert responsible for the design and implementation of socio-economic research and monitoring systems; to design and implement (climate change resilient) livelihood,natural resource management, and conflict resolution strategies; to design and integrate strategies for community conservation initiatives, e.g. community conservancies, and community conservation-security partnerships; to train, build capacity and provide oversight national socio-economic and community outreach teams; to implement other community and socio-economic related aspects of the program; and to work as a senior staff member of the WCS South Sudan Program team to advance WCS conservation, natural resource management and research programs in South Sudan.

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Protected Area Management and Wildlife Law Enforcement Expert

Location: Southern Sudan

The Protected Area Management and Wildlife Law Enforcement Expert will be
responsible for ensuring the effective day-to-day operational management of Boma and Badingilo National Parks; supporting South Sudan National Wildlife Service law enforcement efforts; facilitating the implementation of program research and monitoring, (climate change resilient) livelihood, natural resource management, conflict resolution strategies and activities, and community conservation initiatives, e.g. community conservancies, and community conservation-security partnerships; training, building capacity and providing oversight of WCS field staff; and working as a senior staff member of the WCS South Sudan Program team to advance WCS conservation, natural resource management and research programs in South Sudan.

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African Wildlife Foundation

Legal Assistant (Court Monitoring)

Location: Tsavo, Kenya

African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) is seeking a high-performing Legal Assistant (Court Monitoring) to assist the supervisor in the advancement of and AWF's engagement in wildlife law enforcement and the enhancement of deterrent sentencing of wildlife crimes in Kenya.

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Making Moves

Creating behavior change for conservation - Workshop Series

"Making Moves: Creating Conservation Movements" is an online workshop going live in January 2019. This 6-lesson series will help programs apply behavioral insights and effective communication strategies, to motivate people to take action and create a conservation movement that sticks.

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