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IUCN Headquarters Gland, Switzerland
Deadline: 24 January 2010
Local candidates are invited to apply
 

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Poverty Reduction and Environmental Management Initiative
Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Extended deadline: 15 January 2010

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Global Marine Programme
IUCN Headquarters
Gland, Switzerland
Deadline: 10 January 2010

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Strategic Partnerships
IUCN Headquarters
Gland, Switzerland
Extended deadline: 10 January 2010

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Regional Office for Pan-Europe
IUCN Headquarters
Gland, Switzerland
LOCAL CANDIDATES ARE INVITED TO APPLY
Deadline: 31 December 2009

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EU Liaison Office
IUCN Regional Office for Europe
Brussels, Belgium
Deadline: 01 December 2009
 

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IUCN Headquarters
Gland, Switzerland
Deadline: 1 December 2009

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Species Programme
IUCN Headquarters
Gland, Switzerland
Only local candidates will be considered
Deadline: 27 November 2009

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EU Liaison Office
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Brussels, Belgium
Deadline: 19 November 2009

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Species Programme Office
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Deadline: 15 November 2009

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Freshwater Biodiversity Assessment Unit
Species Programme Office
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Deadline: 15 November 2009

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EU Outermost Regions and Overseas Countries and Territories
IUCN Regional Office for Pan-Europe
Brussels, Belgium
Deadline: 28 October 2009

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Nile Basin Discourse
Kigali, Rwanda
Apply by email to earohr@iucn.org with copy to afunaduula2000@yahoo.co.uk
Deadline: 21 October 2009

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Nile Basin Discourse
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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Deadline: 21 October 2009

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Nile Basin Discourse
Entebbe, Uganda
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Deadline: 21 October 2009

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Nile Basin Discourse
Entebbe, Uganda
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Deadline: 21 October 2009

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Nile Basin Discourse
Entebbe, Uganda
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Deadline: 21 October 2009
 

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Nile Basin Discourse
Entebbe, Uganda
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Deadline: 21 October 2009

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Forest Conservation Programme
IUCN Headquarters
Gland, Switzerland
Deadline: 20 October 2009

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Programme Communications
Global Communications Unit
IUCN Headquarters, Gland, Switzerland
Deadline: 12 October 2009

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World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world's leading conservation organization, seeks a Manager for Water Policy. Under the supervision of the Deputy Director of Water, the Water Policy Manager will lead and represent the Water Policy work, including providing policy support to strategic initiatives, helping manage the portfolio of initiatives, identifying areas of research, monitoring progress on policy components to achieve the Water Goal, and supporting fundraising efforts, with a holistic and systemic approach, aligned with the WWF strategy.

Major Duties & Responsibilities
1.Leads on strategy development of all policy related work under the Water Goal including transformational initiatives.
2.Provides expertise to Multilaterals/USGR in development and implementation of national and international water policy priorities.
3.Monitors and tracks implementation of policy components of signature/transformational initiatives and projects in supporting the Water Goal and makes course corrections as needed with the Water Goal Team.
4.In coordination with the Team, represents Water at internal and external meetings, workshops and conferences, press events and communications or PR-related functions of import to WWF's programs. Through these fora and others, identifies opportunities for national and international media coverage, advocacy, and policy work on issues.
5.Leads in the promotion of instruments of international water law and policy and their application in basins, including through leveraging of international financial institutions and others.
6.Identifies areas for research and analysis on activities of pertinent institutions, non-governmental organizations, and governments in support of policy initiatives on international law and policy related to environmental protection and water management.
7.Tracks international and government policies and decisions that directly affect WWF-US' freshwater conservation goals.
8.Identifies and contributes directly to WWF-US' public funding strategies by providing input for proposal writing, negotiating with bilateral and multilateral agencies, and donor cultivation.
9.Coordinates and supports the Deputy in fulfilling management, network, and institutional commitments.
10.Performs other duties as assigned

Minimum Requirements

•Master's degree in the field of international environmental/water law or policy. Juris Doctorate - PhD a plus
•8 to10 years of progressive experience in water policy and analysis at the international and/or regional level.
•Ability to sensitively and effectively supervise staff.
•Excellent writing abilities and strong organizational skills.
•Project management experience, diplomatic skills.
•Ability to analyze, prioritize, complete work with minimal supervision, and meet deadlines.
•Ability to facilitate the work of others, take initiative, use independent judgment, and work effectively as the member of a team.
•Excellent oral and written communication skills.
•Ability to work effectively as a team member with a wide range of individuals across cultures and time zones.
•Willingness to travel, estimated at 25% per year nationally and internationally.

To Apply:
-Please visit our careers page and submit an on-line application.
-The most compatible browser that supports the application process is Internet Explorer 7, or version 8 and 9 in "compatibility mode".
-Submit cover letter and resume to http://www.worldwildlife.org/careers, job #14043
-Due to the high volume of applications we are not able to respond to inquiries via phone.

As an EOE/AA employer, WWF will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, and veteran or disability status.

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15 Apr 2014

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Director, Finance & Operations, Africa

About the ROLE:

The Director Finance and Operations will lead teams to ensure the effective and efficient operations of all Africa offices in fulfilment of their Strategic Objectives, the Network Standards of WWF International, and policies/procedures within the region. With the Director Africa and other Regional and Senior Leadership team members, the Director Finance and Operations will facilitate strong collaboration, learning and communications within Africa regions, and across the whole WWF network to ensure a strong and credible Africa Office.

Location:

WWF office in Nairobi, Kenya.

Main responsibilities:

  • Directs, coordinates and manages the work of the Finance and Administration unit through the respective Managers of the following functions: Finance, Administration and IT
  • Provides financial oversight on country offices, by setting up and enforcing risk management and control framework that allows for empowerment while guaranteeing appropriate levels of control and oversight at all levels.
  • Ensures effective implementation of all relevant parts – Finance, Administration, and IT, within the overall Finance and Administration plan so as to meet agreed targets and ensures adaptive management and performance standard
  • Works closely with Secretariat functional teams to ensure alignment and flow of communication to and from the region;
  • Directs and improves performance of all WWF International African offices to meet WWF International's Finance, administration and management systems network standards;
  • Keeps a constant review of the systems and organisational processes with a view of making them empowering, efficient and effective;
  • With the Finance and Administration team and support of Senior Leadership Team (SLT), ensures delivery of reporting and monitoring requirements for WWF Network including KPIs, Dashboard INSIGHT etc.
  • Coordinates with the Finance and Administration teams their work plans, budgets and deliverables ensuring compliance with policies and timelines;
  • Ensures the establishment of an effective annual program and budgeting process following the Annual Plan and Monitoring System (APMS), Strategic Plan and Monitoring System (SPMS) and takes the lead on its annual implementation;
  • Ensures effective financial control framework that balances empowerment of country offices with the need for effective oversight and control.
  • Acts as a business partner to the rest of the R/SLT so as to understand all necessary aspects and needs for delivering the business and strategic plan targets, and to ensure they are fully supported by as well as informed of operational objectives, purposes and achievements;
  • Ensures the overall legal requirements of WWF and its presences and staff in Africa Region as well as contractual partnerships and agreements are credible and up to date;
  • Provides regular consolidated briefs and updates to the Representative in terms of the key progress, under-performance and challenges faced in the region;

What you need:

Required Qualifications, Skills and Competencies
  • An advanced degree in management, business administration, accounting, finances or a relevant field;
  • At least 10 years professional experience in a senior finance leadership role, with demonstrated success in managing teams, office operations, and budgets at a regional level;
  • Proven knowledge and experience of the not-for-profit sector, preferably of environmental non-government organizations, governance and regulatory compliance.
  • Proven leadership and financial acumen with excellent capacity to manage human and financial resources;
  • Experience in working in Matrix and Network organisation and the ability to lead without formal authority;
  • Experience with developing and delivering shared services;
  • Demonstrated experience in developing, implementing and evaluating strategic plans;
  • High level negotiation, facilitation as well as interpersonal and influencing skills and the capacity to develop and maintain strong relationships across the WWF Network and with external partners;
  • Good organizational and planning skills are essential;
  • Superior oral and written communication skills in English, knowledge of French and other African language/s and asset;
  • Adheres to WWF's brand values, which are: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.

How to apply?

Upload your covering letter and CV on Linkedin. We will not accept applications without CV and Covering Letter. Please make sure they are saved together as one file.

Deadline for applications: 2nd May @4pm CET

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14 Apr 2014

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Luc Hoffmann Fellow Coordinator, Luc Hoffmann Institute

The Luc Hoffmann Fellows Coordinator will be responsible for developing and managing the Luc Hoffmann Fellows Program (http://luchoffmanninstitute.org/fellows/), an international, co-mentored post-doctoral fellowship program dedicated to increasing conservation science leadership capacity around the world. The fellows program will consist of 7 to 14 international fellows, each working within their own co-mentoring relationships, based within academic partners institutions around the world. The Fellows Coordinator will build capacity within the Luc Hoffmann Fellows Program by recruiting top talent from under-served regions into the fellow's program.

Location:

WWF or international environmental partner office in Nairobi, Kenya or other locations within our global network.

Mission of the Department:

The Luc Hoffmann Institute seeks to be the premier global institute focusing science capacity on the world's most important conservation problems, and magnifying science impact through strategic alignment and communication. Our products will be known for their conservation relevance, rapid delivery, independent scientific rigor, and broad communication. We connect the research needs of the largest conservation organization in the world (WWF), and the research talent of academics and thought leaders from around the world. We use collaborative structures to bring interdisciplinary teams together, and we resource those teams so that they can deliver solutions, tools, and knowledge to the conservation community at a pace relevant for decisions. For more information on the Luc Hoffmann Institute, please visit http://luchoffmanninstitute.org/


Main responsibilities:

  • Build a strong global pool of top research talent for the Luc Hoffmann Fellows program by developing a robust network of relationships with global and regional research communities in the fields of conservation, environmental science, social and behavioural sciences, and environmental economics.
  • Find and recruit top emerging scholars into the Luc Hoffmann Fellows program, focusing on potential candidates with strong connections to rapidly developing regions where conservation science leadership is most needed (Africa, South-east Asia, the Middle East, South America, Central America and Eastern Europe)
  • Determine necessary contents of leadership and professional development for fellows to make the Luc Hoffmann Fellows Program a globally renowned training opportunity
  • Organize in person and virtual Fellows meetings, develop mentoring and co-mentoring policies, and work with the fellows and communication staff and consultants to build and maintain a robust on-line presence (blogs, social media etc.) for the Luc Hoffmann Fellows.
  • Connect Luc Hoffmann Fellows with key people within the WWF network
  • Development partnerships and contract agreements with academic institutions that will host Luc Hoffman Institute Fellows
  • Manage the fellows training budget, and work within a team to develop and manage funding proposals that expand the Luc Hoffmann Institute Fellows training program

What you need:

Required Qualifications, Skills and Competencies
  • Advanced degree in Biology, Ecology, Social Science or Environmental Economics
  • Experience developing partnerships, managing multidisciplinary teams and managing remote teams
  • Demonstrated experience in Science to Policy / Science to Practice Interface work, or related work in Science Communications or Science leadership
  • Experience working with remote, globally distributed teams
  • Available for international travel, up to 20% of the time
  • Ability and enthusiasm for on-deadline, short timeline tasks
  • Fluency in English
  • Discretion, reliability, flexibility, accuracy
  • Ability to work in multicultural environment
  • Capacity to work independently in an intense team environment
  • Exceptional people skills
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • A good sense of humour
  • Desirable skills include: graphic design and social media experience, science communication, and competencies with Spanish or French
  • Adheres to WWF's values, which are: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging
Please consult the attached job description for more information on the position.

How to apply?

Upload your covering letter and CV on Linkedin. We will not accept applications without CV and Covering Letter. Please make sure they are saved together as one file.

Deadline for applications: 2nd May 2014 @4pm CET

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11 Apr 2014

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WWF Greater Mekong – on the ground in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam – is working to conserve the region's biodiversity and build a secure and sustainable future for people and wildlife. WWF has a long history of engagement in the Greater Mekong. We helped establish conservation programmes in Thailand in the early 1980s, have been active in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam since 1990. WWF is now establishing a presence in Myanmar to support the government's aim for green and sustainable development, with the vision: To support Myanmar in a development model that is following a green economy approach and maintaining a high degree of natural capital and biodiversity.

 

The WWF Myanmar office is currently looking to recruit a highly motivated individual to join our team for the position below:

 

1.            Communications Officer

2.            Communications Manager

3.            Engagement and Awareness Project Officer

4.            Senior Research Officer

5.            Senior Spatial Planning Officer

6.            Finance and Administration Officer

 

Please find attached vacancy announcement for your information. Interested candidates should email a cover letter, curriculum vitae and stating the position title in English to: WWF- Myanmar, No.68/D1, Inya Road, Kamayut Tsp., Yangon, Myanmar (or) Email: vacancy.mm@wwfgreatermekong.org. Application documents should be addressed as Document_Yourfullname.


Deadline: Open until filled


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08 Apr 2014

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Junior Business Analyst

Exciting opportunity for an analytical and strategic thinker with a passion for people and nature. The Junior Business Analyst will benchmark the WWF Network and office performance against relevant market and competitive parameters. You'd be responsible for performance monitoring and analysis of key performance indicators and targets. You will also work to improve key performance indicators to measure the organisational strategies.

Location:

WWF office in Gland, Switzerland.

Main responsibilities:

  • Produce high quality strategic analyses to measure and drive performance at WWF globally and at office level. Ensure data accuracy, support and train WWF offices in their annual performance review against established KPIs with an aim of driving offices in the direction of high performing offices. Provide an external benchmarking analysis to put WWF performance in the context of external peers. Deliver specific analysis to achieve WWF current strategies.
  • Ensure ongoing development and refinement of the KPI framework to measure and drive organisational strategies. Drive the development of KPI targets for Committee approval, and monitor against them.
  • Ability to develop a good understanding of WWF New Reporting Accounting Principles and the WWF Operational Network Standards and its impact on data quality and analysis.
  • Ability to quickly understand and adopt new systems. Help developing further by providing business requirements to WWF global reporting tool also known as Insight.
  • Communicate effectively analytical results to the organisation including senior management team.
  • Build strong working relationships across the organisation (WWF offices, WWF International staff).

What you need:

Required Qualifications, Skills and Competencies
  • University degree in business administration, marketing, finance or economics.
  • Business analysis certification (e.g. CCBA, CBAP), management accounting qualification (e.g. ACMA, CFA) or any suitable professional experience is desirable.
  • At least 3-5 years practical, hands-on experience in management, economic or financial analysis and / or consulting.
  • At ease with data including data modelling but also able to tell the story behind the numbers.
  • Experience in an international, multi-cultural working environment desirable.
  • Experience in private sector desirable.
  • Analytical and strategic thinker.
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal, written English); other languages an asset.
  • Detail-oriented, rigorous and precise.
  • Strong Excel experience required.
  • Ability to be critical yet constructive in finding solutions.
  • Ability to handle complexity and multi-tasking.
  • Systems thinker, logical, creative and problem solver.
  • Excellent presentation skills.
  • Diplomatic and able to interact credibly with WWF senior management.
  • Team player.
  • Interest in conservation.
  • Adhere to WWF's values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.
Please consult the attached job description for more information on the position.

How to apply?

Upload your covering letter and CV on Linkedin. We will not accept applications without CV and Covering Letter. Please make sure they are saved together as one file.

Deadline for applications: 29th April 2014 @4pm CET

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08 Apr 2014

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WWF, the global conservation organisation, is looking to fill a full-time position, in its European Policy Office (WWF EPO) to work as an:

EU Advocacy Campaign Manager

Experienced campaigner to develop, coordinate and deliver effective advocacy campaigns across our European WWF network on key EU environmental policy priorities.

Location:

WWF office in Brussels, Belgium.

Main responsibilities:
  • Guides the design and development of pan-EU campaign strategies on identified WWF EU policy priorities, including budgets and workplans;
  • Researches fundraising opportunities and helps work on applications to secure funding for campaigns;
  • Helps build a pan-EU WWF campaign community and platform (e.g. events, training sessions, workshops and a fair share of network administration and coordination);
  • Develops campaign messaging and narrative in consultation with the communications team and relevant policy/programme teams;
  • Develops and delivers online and offline campaign materials.

What you need:

Required Qualifications Skills and Competencies
  • A university degree in communications, EU affairs/policy or a related field;
  • At least five years proven experience in developing and implementing advocacy campaign strategies within a national, international or high profile organisation;
  • Proven track record as a successful campaign leader, preferably but not necessarily in the not-for-profit sector;
  • Knowledge of environmental issues and the EU political landscape.
  • Understanding of how to use policy analysis, research, lobbying, public campaigning, media, communications and alliance-building, to influence the political agenda; with proven experience of engaging with and influencing decision-makers;
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to communicate complex issues in a simple and clear manner to a wide variety of audiences across diverse channels (online, digital, print, TV, radio etc...);
  • Expertise in campaigning techniques and strategies;
  • Good IT skills, notably Microsoft Office; and an active user of social media and new media technologies;
  • Strong interpersonal skills and consensus building with an ability to manage complex and sensitive organisational relationships;
  • Ability to meet tight deadlines and manage multiple priorities;
  • Languages: Native English speaker , other languages in particular French an advantage;
  • Ability to adhere to WWF's values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.
Please consult the attached job description for more information on the position.

How to apply?

Email a cover letter and CV to epo.recruitments@wwf.eu

Deadline for applications: 30 April 2014


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07 Apr 2014

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The Director is responsible for establishing and managing WWFs brand development in Africa and supporting growth. The Director works with colleagues across WWF Africa Offices and within the WWF Network to ensure that WWF is strategic, coherent, and compelling in its engagement of supporters, conservation partners, and other key audiences. The Director is responsible for running a strategic assessment of WWF's communications and brand status in key territories and key audiences in Africa, and for developing a robust plan - including allocating human and financial resources – to increase WWF's influence and perception which will assist the development of fundraising and marketing plans. The Director provides direct analytical and documented support to management and the country directors, and advises on how and where to implement a communications plan according to the agreed strategic priorities which will feed into fundraising and marketing plans. S/he will work closely with the Director Africa, Policy & Partnerships, Chief Operations Officer and People and Organization Development, Conservation Director and fundraising managers to ensure strong integration of communications and marketing within all functions.

How to apply?

Upload your covering letter and CV here. We will not accept applications without CV and Covering Letter. Please make sure they are saved together as one file.

Deadline for applications: 10th May 2014 @4pm CET

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07 Apr 2014

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Researcher: Informatics and Data Science

A big opportunity for a dynamic science professional with a passion for people and nature. You will be a core part of the Luc Hoffmann Institute, providing strategic research and research support, knowledge management, data science, and informatics to the Luc Hoffmann Institute and its work-streams, projects and working groups. Help WWF build a sustainable future by working closely with the Luc Hoffmann Institute Director and the Global Science Communications Lead to produce the evidence base for the Luc Hoffmann Institute communication stream.

Mission of the Department:

The Luc Hoffmann Institute seeks to be the premier global institute focusing science capacity on the world's most important conservation problems, and magnifying science impact through strategic alignment and communication. Our products will be known for their conservation relevance, rapid delivery, independent scientific rigor, and broad communication. We connect the research needs of the largest conservation organization in the world (WWF), and the research talent of academics and thought leaders from around the world. We use collaborative structures to bring interdisciplinary teams together, and we resource those teams so that they can deliver solutions, tools, and knowledge to the conservation community at a pace relevant for decisions. For more information on the Luc Hoffmann Institute, please visit http://luchoffmanninstitute.org/

Location/Contract Details:

WWF office in Gland, Switzerland. This is an open-ended employment contract.

Main responsibilities:
  • Research, review, synthesize, and monitor the state of the science surrounding a wide range of topics related to the research needs of WWF priority programs and proposed and on-going Luc Hoffmann Institute projects.
  • Work closely with the Luc Hoffmann Institute Global Science Communications Lead, and the Luc Hoffmann Institute Director, to produce the evidence base for the Luc Hoffmann Institute communication stream, consisting of regular, evidence-based narrative / blog format pieces, with strong graphic exploration of Luc Hoffmann Institute project research and related work.
  • Write high-quality Luc Hoffmann Institute Science Briefs, Notes and Presentation as requested by the Luc Hoffmann Institute Director and Work-stream Leads.
  • Establish, enhance, and support data- and knowledge-management practices and policies within the Luc Hoffmann Institute.
  • Work with Luc Hoffmann Institute and Luc Hoffmann Institute projects to establish, support and enhance their processes for data retrieval, translation, migration, curation, and storage.
  • Provide informatics and knowledge management support for the Luc Hoffmann Institute and Luc Hoffmann Institute projects.
  • Organize and manage third-party solutions to quantitative problem-sets.
  • Engage corporate, academic, think-tank and NGO partners in collaborative computational work in the service of our work-streams
  • Organize remote and in-person trainings for Luc Hoffmann Institute Fellows on a range of topics (e.g. data-science, informatics, open data practices, knowledge management).

What you need:

Required Qualifications, Skills and Competencies
  • Advanced Degree and significant quantitative experience in one of the following disciplines: conservation, environmental science, environmental economics, social science, or international development OR 5 years of work experience in data-science, informatics or statistics related to one or more of the disciplines above.
  • Demonstrated experience with heterogeneous data organization and distributed, complex computing environments.
  • Deep understanding of the role of data, information, and knowledge in the Science to Policy Interface.
  • Experience in data-rich communications.
  • Capacity to work rapidly and accurately under pressure and to quickly define and adhere to priorities.
  • Required Skills and Competencies
  • Ability and enthusiasm in providing fast and accurate information and in implementing short term but demanding tasks.
  • Ability to synthesize information from a variety of electronic and written sources and produce clear analysis under time constraints.
  • Familiarity with multiple approaches to data curation, information management and data science.
  • Excellent written and visual / graphic communication skills.
  • Strong quantitative background, including significant experience with either Python or R
  • Discretion, reliability, flexibility, accuracy.
  • Ability to work in multicultural environment.
  • Capacity to work independently in an intense team environment and have good people skills.
  • Excellent organisational and people skills.
  • Fluency in English, other languages an advantage.
  • A good sense of humour.
  • Adheres to WWF's values, which are: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging
Please consult the attached job description for more information on the position.

How to apply?

Upload your covering letter and CV on Linkedin. We will not accept applications without CV and Covering Letter. Please make sure they are saved together as one file.

Deadline for applications: 28th April 2014 @4pm CET


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04 Apr 2014

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Job Announcement

Director, Communications, Marketing and Fundraising, Africa

About the ROLE:

The Director is responsible for establishing and managing WWFs brand development in Africa and supporting growth. The Director works with colleagues across WWF Africa Offices and within the WWF Network to ensure that WWF is strategic, coherent, and compelling in its engagement of supporters, conservation partners, and other key audiences. The Director is responsible for running a strategic assessment of WWF's communications and brand status in key territories and key audiences in Africa, and for developing a robust plan - including allocating human and financial resources – to increase WWF's influence and perception which will assist the development of fundraising and marketing plans. The Director provides direct analytical and documented support to management and the country directors, and advises on how and where to implement a communications plan according to the agreed strategic priorities which will feed into fundraising and marketing plans. S/he will work closely with the Director Africa, Policy & Partnerships, Chief Operations Officer and People and Organization Development, Conservation Director and fundraising managers to ensure strong integration of communications and marketing within all functions.

Location:

WWF office in Nairobi, Kenya.

Main responsibilities:

  • Leads development and building of an engaging and compelling WWF brand in Africa
  • Works with the WWF Africa Directors to develop and implement a Pan Africa communications, fundraising and marketing strategy that leverages the unique strengths of WWF to achieve Africa's ambitious targets for growth and to strengthen brand recognition in key markets and audiences.
  • Directs, coordinates and supports resource mobilization strategies of Africa Country Offices with Government Aid Agencies, foundations, corporations, HNWI and other potential streams of income that might benefit from a regional role and monitors fundraising performance and growth at a national and regional level
  • Advises on the development of appropriate pan-African and country corporate engagements, in line with WWF policies and approach
  • Initiates market research and translates complex analysis into well-structured and comprehensible presentations and recommendations for corporate communication and marketing initiatives; that will enhance and strengthen WWFs overall position in Africa
  • Promotes the effective integration of communications and marketing messages and activities across all Country Offices, and ensures such integration within the trans-boundary programmes and the Africa Regional Office.
  • Directs, coordinates and manages the work of the Brand, Media, Conservation Communications and Technology & Applications units of WWF Africa Offices through their Managers and communicators in country offices and programme offices
  • Works with Department heads and with communications and marketing leaders from Country and Programme Offices, develops and leads Africa level and Network campaigns for brand building and public engagement.
  • Working with People and Organization Development and other Network Related Units, guides the strategic development of the fundraising, marketing and communications capacity of Country Offices and Programme Offices and, through dotted line relationships, matrix manages staff responsible for fundraising, communications and marketing in Country and Programme Offices as required.
  • In collaboration with the Network Performance Management Unit and global fundraising oversight teams (CMC, Fundraising Group and Global Development Centre), monitors the performance of all WWF Africa offices in terms of fundraising, communications and marketing performance, including in particular, growth and brand recognition in key markets and makes recommendations for improvement as appropriate
  • Monitors performance of selected NGOs in our market to benchmark WWF performance.
  • Serves as a member of the SMT and RMT at the Regional Office and participates in the Communications and Marketing Committee (CMC) as assigned by the Africa Director, ensuring follow up and implementation of recommendations for all engagements
  • Provides regular consolidated briefs and updates to the Director, Africa in terms of the key progress, under-performance and challenges faced in the region;

What you need:

Required Qualifications, Skills and Competencies
  • An advanced degree in management, business administration, marketing, or other relevant field.
  • At least 10 years' professional experience in a leadership role within communications or marketing, with demonstrated success in managing teams.
  • Proven success in developing and executing innovative and highly leveraged marketing strategies, including direct senior level experience in branding and communications and ideally, fundraising or income generation.
  • Proven editorial judgement and thorough knowledge of on and off-line international media markets.
  • Experience in developing and implementing marketing, strategies which leverage the power of online media and audience engagement.
  • Knowledge and experience of the not-for-profit sector, preferably of environmental non-governmental organizations.
  • Proven ability to lead and deliver outcomes in a diverse environment without having direct oversight or control.
  • Proven understanding of resource mobilisation and/or fundraising strategies in the priority areas
  • Demonstrated leadership ability, including the ability to build a team of highly motivated and well qualified staff, and to foster the integration of diverse, multi-disciplinary actors into focused initiatives addressing clear targets.
  • Strong strategic and analytical skills, including a talent for crystallizing key strategic options for discussion and decision.
  • Superlative diplomatic and communication skills, including an ability to work and communicate effectively with a broad spectrum of individuals (individual donors, business leaders, public figures, WWF staff), within a broad range of cultural environments.
  • A strong team player capable of integrating diverse activities within an evolving environment; must be comfortable with change and leading change within an organizational framework.
  • Fluency in English required. Fluency in French and other languages that are widely used at an international level is a distinct advantage.
  • Adhere to WWF's brand values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.
Please consult the attached job description for more information on the position.

How to apply?

Upload your covering letter and CV on Linkedin. We will not accept applications without CV and Covering Letter. Please make sure they are saved together as one file.

Deadline for applications: 10th May 2014 @4pm CET

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03 Apr 2014

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Job Overview

Have you ever dreamed of making an impact on the future of a region that's home to polar bears, wild salmon and diverse cultures? World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation organization, seeks an Senior Administrative Assistant/Office Administrator in its US Arctic Field office in Anchorage, Alaska. WWF's program includes Arctic oceans protection; sustainable fisheries; and conservation of trans-boundary species and ecosystems in the face of rapid climate change. The Administrator is a central part of an Alaska-based team, yet communicates with WWF colleagues around the circumpolar Arctic, particularly Russia. The Administrator is responsible for assisting the Managing Director; coordinating office operations; and supporting other Alaska field staff as needed. The Administrator works with independent judgment to ensure administrative information is well organized, deadlines are met, and problems or inconsistencies are raised and addressed.

This key position will support the Managing Director in scheduling travel, processing credit card statements, and supporting organizational tasks. Key duties also include preparation of materials and reports, preparing for events, assisting on special projects and tasks, and performing a variety of standard and frequently complex administrative duties and responsibilities to ensure the smooth functioning of the office and schedules. This person will interact regularly WWF US headquarters personnel in Washington, DC and WWF Russia field staff in Kamchatka, Russia. This position will support important project management functions such as developing and completing agreements, and ensuring that contract payments are on schedule.

 

This is an excellent role for an individual who enjoys supporting others by ensuring that smooth and efficient processes are in place, and who places high value on attention to detail, organization and project management. The US Arctic Field Program is seeking someone who has a solid base of experience, yet who is excited to learn and develop within a large and fast-paced conservation organization. Candidates must be highly organized, exceptionally detailed oriented, able to manage and prioritize multiple tasks, competent with computers, and able to maintain a positive attitude in a dynamic environment. The ideal candidate will have Russian language capacity. The Office Administrator reports to the Managing Director.

 

Major Duties & Responsibilities:

 

1.Communication - Answers and routes phone calls, greets visitors, and handles a variety of requests from staff, members, donors, and the general public. Arranges meetings and makes appointments for supervisor(s) and staff. Answers complex inquiries requiring detailed knowledge of departmental procedures.

2.Managing Director support – Directly supports office Director including calendar management, travel arrangements, expense tracking, development of handout packets. Occasionally, support will require travel within city limits to locate necessary items such as maps and books. Mileage is reimbursable.

3.General office duties -coordinates mailings, production of documents, reports and other materials, and distribution of materials. May require extensive coordination with parties in the field or important members/donors. Performs miscellaneous office duties including typing, filing, faxing, photocopying, collating and distributing materials, and sorting and distributing mail. Completes expense reports, credit card expenses and assists Managing Director with coding of hers. May screen and prioritize mail for other staff. May assign work and coordinate projects performed by part-time and temporary staff; provides general orientation and training.

4.Event coordination:
-Co-manages the Managing Director's Calendar, including scheduling meetings, answering availability requests, coordinating with various parties, scheduling travel.
-Manages the Administrative Calendar, including staff travel, staff vacation, holidays, birthdays, and administrative deadlines.
-Coordinates weekly staff meetings including scheduling, distributing the agenda, sending out reminders, set up, breakdown and maintenance of teleconference equipment, taking and distributing notes.
-Coordinates conferences logistics and production, including catering, set up and breakdown, preparing materials and visuals, set up and breakdown of video conferencing and presentation equipment.

 

5.Travel Facilitation: Coordinates travel, accommodation bookings for the Managing Director, WWF staff and guests. Responsible for arranging transportation whenever necessary. Negotiates with the vendors, transport operators, hotels and travel agencies.

6.Responsible for the maintenance of equipment, supplies shopping and overall order in the office; takes and updates yearly equipment inventory.

7.Contracts (Grants, Consultancy, Small Grants and Travel) In direct consultation with the Program Staff and Finance Administrator, maintains agreements – amendments, updates, filing deliverables. Secures the signature of all concerned on the agreement processing form. Keeps track of payment/advance made to the grantee/consultant and updates the same in PTS Contracts module. Provides regular updates of these agreements' status to Finance Administrator.

8.Maintains files pertaining to all agreements. Updates the Project Tracking Systemissued Contracts module on a real time basis and reconciliation of the same with HQ Accounting System.

9.Maintains the Access contacts database, inputs new entries and manages the existing data.

10.Performs other duties as assigned

 

Minimum Requirements

Education/Experience: All of the following requirements must be met
1.Either a high school diploma + 5 yrs of professional work experience OR a Bachelor's degree + 2-4 years of professional work experience

 

Skills and Abilities: All of the following requirements must be met
1.Ability to take initiative, prioritize, complete work with minimal supervision and meet deadlines.
2.Proficient in Microsoft Office
3.Good organizational and analytical skills
4.Effective writing ability needed to proof and edit documents, as well as to prepare own correspondence.
5.Interpersonal skills requiring courtesy, tact and diplomacy necessary to effectively communicate with staff, callers and visitors.
6.Proficient in Russian (reading and writing) highly preferred

 

Please Note:
-This position is based in Anchorage, Alaska
-No relocation assistance will be provided for this position, and preference will be given to local candidate


-Please visit our careers page and submit an on-line application.
-The most compatible browser that supports the application process is Internet Explorer 7, or version 8 and 9 in "compatibility mode".
-Submit cover letter and resume to http://www.worldwildlife.org/careers, job #14042
-Due to the high volume of applications we are not able to respond to inquiries via phone.

 

To Apply:

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03 Apr 2014

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Job Overview

WWF-Greater Mekong – on the ground in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam – is working to conserve the region's biodiversity and build a secure and sustainable future for people and wildlife. WWF has a long history of engagement in the Greater Mekong. We helped establish conservation programmes in Thailand in the early 1980s, have been active in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam since 1990, and most recently established a presence in Myanmar in 2013. WWF-Greater Mekong works with government, industry and civil society partners to ensure that, as the region develops, it doesn't squander the natural riches that so many depend on, and that drive its economic future. We aim to support the countries of the region in realising their shared vision of a poverty-free and ecologically-rich Greater Mekong.

WWF-Greater Mekong has established the regional FLEGT project "Common Access to the VPA Process in Laos and Vietnam" to strengthen local capacity for multi-stakeholder development and implementation of Voluntary Partnership Agreements (VPAs) in Laos and Vietnam. VPAs are bilateral treaties between the European Union and a trading partner aimed at improving forest governance and ensuring the legality of wood exports to Europe. Vietnam is currently negotiating a VPA, and Laos is about to launch negotiations for one. WWF is supporting VPAs as a way for both Laos and Vietnam to meet their goals to conserve existing natural forests and increase forestry's contribution to green economic growth.

The project, which is due to start in April 2014 and will run for four years, is financed by the European Union through a grant from the Thematic Programme for Environment and Sustainable Management of Natural Resources, including Energy (ENRTP). It is organised around six main outputs, at the core of which is capacity building and awareness raising for more informed and inclusive participation in VPA processes. The objective of these interventions is to ensure that the VPAs in Laos and Vietnam explicitly and adequately account for the needs and interests of smaller, weaker stakeholder groups such as civil society organisations, forest-dependent communities, and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

The Regional Project Manager will lead the regional and national project teams, and will be responsible for the timely achievement of the project's objectives in accordance with donor contractual requirements and WWF standards, policies and procedures.

Base location: Vientiane, Lao PDR

Key requirements:

  • Master's degree or higher in forestry, natural resources management, environmental governance, trade and development, or a related field
  • Good understanding of forest governance and trade issues, including regulatory and market instruments to control illegal logging such as FLEGT/VPAs, EU Timber Regulation, US Lacey Act, public procurement policies, certification, etc
  • Knowledge of FLEGT-related processes, initiatives and support institutions in the Greater Mekong region
  • Knowledge of the social, political and institutional context for forest conservation in the Greater Mekong region
  • Good understanding of development partnerships, fundraising, donor strategies and cooperation relations in the Greater Mekong region
  • Knowledge of project management principles and best practices, including M&E approaches and quality assurance
  • At least 5 years of experience in managing international development or conservation projects, 2 years of which should be in the Greater Mekong region
  • Experience in leading multicultural teams based in different countries
  • Experience in managing projects or programmes with diverse funding inputs, including government aid agencies and private sector donors
  • Experience in managing or facilitating multi-stakeholder processes in forestry, natural resources management or a related field is an advantage

How to apply:

A detailed Job Description for this position can be found at WWF's website: www.panda.org/jobs. Interested candidates should email a curriculum vitae and cover letter (both in English) to vacancy@wwfgreatermekong.org, stating the position title in the subject line of the email. All application documents should be named as Document_Yourfullname.

Deadline: 30th April 2014

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.

 

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31 Mar 2014

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Job Overview

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world's leading conservation organization, seeks a Senior Vice President, Marine. The SVP leads the Marine Goal and is responsible for overseeing all marine and fisheries work for WWF-US. Sets short- and long-term strategic direction for the goal area and is accountable for Marine Goal outcomes. Works cross-functionally to ensure the right resources are brought to bear in several transformational projects. Brings ideas to the stage-gating process, and works closely with the SMT and CCO to manage a portfolio of projects that move the needle on all Food goals. Recognized as a leading expert in the Marine field.

Key Responsibilities
 

Strategic Direction: sets direction for Marine goals and desired results. Constantly evaluates the changing landscape, trends, and developments to keep WWF on track and pointed in the direction of our goals.
 

Thought Leadership: Provides comprehensive view and expertise on marine. Ensures WWF has the latest knowledge to shape decisions and leverage change. Demonstrates expertise, shares accomplishments.
 

Outreach to Expert Communities: Engages the broadest community to drive cumulative impact; represents WWF and conservation at expert events. Shares current developments and feedback from those communities with WWF Network. Builds a formal community of experts and partners.
 

Influencing Key Actors: Works with the Influence/Relationship team to change the behaviors and policies of key US stakeholders. Helps to build strategic partnerships. Leads major fundraising efforts and serves as champion for goal efforts.
 

Innovator and Change Leader: Facilitates development of WWF strategy; shepherds WWF teams and external partners to develop impactful solutions; steers WWF efforts to highest impact; shares lessons learned. Contributes to the development of big ideas.
 

Requirements

•Master's degree or equivalent experience; 15+ years of experience including at least 10 years leading and managing projects or teams focused on sustainable fisheries and marine conservation.
•Must be able to shape the way the world thinks about marine issues by building consensus about evolving issues, trends and strategies to address them. Can drive large scale global solutions to address an array of complex problems and issues.
•Strong communication and interpersonal skills as well as strong management skills required.
•Must be able to manage and galvanize WWF staff and partners as well as drive results by influencing and leveraging key players globally.
•Prior fundraising experience strongly preferred.
•Up to 50% national and international travel required.
 

To Apply:

•Please visit our careers page and submit an online application
•Submit cover letter and resume to http://worldwildlife.org/about/careers/jobs, job #14036
•The most compatible browser that supports the application process is Internet Explorer 7, or version 8 and 9 in "compatibility mode"

As an EOE/AA employer, WWF will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, and veteran or disability status.

 

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21 Mar 2014

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Job Overview

The Wolrd Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is one of the largest independent conservation organizations in the world. We are an international NGO committed to environmental protection active in almost 100 countries and have been working in the Congo Basin since 1978.
The Dzanga Sangha Protected Areas complex (DSPA) is a 4,450 km2 area, comprising the Dzanga Sangha Dense Forest Special Reserve with its various community use and other zones, and the Dzanga Ndoki National Park. This area is home to spectacular large mammals such as forest elephants, lowland gorillas and chimpanzees, bongo, buffalo, sitatunga, giant forest hogs and as well as a large variety of monkeys and duikers. The area is also home to exceptional diversity in other taxa.

WWF is supporting the Government of CAR to manage DSPA both to conserve its exceptional biodiversity and to promote the sustainable management of natural resources for the well-being of nearby human populations.

The DSPA administration and WWF take a multi-disciplinary approach to management of this important area, including developing and managing infrastructure, human and financial resources; conservation through surveillance and anti-poaching activities; income generation via tourism through a primate habituation programme focused on lowland gorillas as well as other tourism activities; and sustainable rural development to take pressure off natural resources and sustain livelihoods.

DSPA is part of the recently inscribed Sangha Tri-National (TNS) World Heritage Site. The TNS is made up of three national parks (Dzanga Ndoki in CAR, Lobeke in Cameroon and Nouabale Ndoki in the Republic of Congo) and their buffer zones. The protected area managers and their key partners work together to manage the TNS.

The conservation department's mission is to ensure the protection and conservation of DSPA's biodiversity. It is responsible for managing the 40 eco-guards, and the conservation trackers and porters and implementing anti-poaching and law enforcement activities. The department also contributes to planning and implementing trans-boundary anti-poaching patrols and contributes to the operations of the TNS anti-poaching brigade.

The WWF team based in Bayanga providing support to the DSPA consists of a Principal Technical Advisor, a Technical Advisor for Conservation, a Primate Habituation, Research and Tourism Advisor (this position), a Community Development Technical Advisor as well as different support staff for logistics, finances and administration; WWF also has a national office in Bangui.

WWF-CAR seeks a Primate Habituation, Research and Tourism Advisor whose major function will be to provide technical assistance, oversight and leadership to ensure the effective management of the Primate Habituation Programme (PHP), tourism-related activities, and research activities in the Dzanga-Sangha Protected Areas (DSPA), ) and transfer his/her technical and management knowledge and experience to the DSPA staff.

Location: The position will be based in Bayanga, CAR.

Duration: 2 years renewable

Main responsibilities:

Under the supervision of the Principal Technical Adviser, the Primate Habituation, Research and Tourism Advisor's main responsibilities are to:

Ensure that primate habituation and research activities are managed to the highest international standards by:

  • Supervising all aspects of the PHP focussing essentially on Lowland Gorilla and Agile Mangabey and associated tourism development towards programme sustainability and increased revenue for DSPA and local communities;
  • Ensuring that the habituation process is conducted using a non-invasive methodology that minimises risk (stress, disease, injury, behaviour change) to the primates. Similarly, ensuring the risks of injuries and of transmission of disease to visitors, staff and volunteers are minimised;
  • Ensuring the PHP adheres to IUCN best practise guidelines.

Support the development and management of DSPA tourism activities by:

  • Supporting the DSPA Head of Tourism regarding staff management and development, staff evaluation, detailed and accurate record keeping, visitor management, etc.;
  • Co-supervising activities related to tourism in collaboration with lodge contractors and existing / potential tour operators, ensuring an efficient activity reservation system and logistics, tourism welcome centres, guide training, and data collection and analysis.

Promote and coordinate research activities at DSPA by:

  • Ensuring appropriate research procedures are in place (including proposal assessment, permits, methodology, report submission and appropriate acknowledgement etc.);
  • Working to identify opportunities, funding and people to increase the research activities at DSPA, especially in the context of ecological monitoring and biodiversity research as a support to conservation management;
  • Coordinating biological data collection by DSPA staff and support the procedure from conception to evaluation.

What you need:

Required Qualifications

  • Minimum MSc in conservation, environmental management or related field;
  • A minimum of five years of experience in working in the field of primate habituation and research, especially in a similar biome;
  • Knowledge of eco-tourism management;

Required skills and competencies

  • Depth and breadth knowledge of conservation and development issues;
  • Organisational, managerial and administrative skills;
  • Strong communication skills, particularly in writing reports and proposals for donor agencies;
  • Fluency in both French and English;
  • Ability to live and work in a remote place;
  • Adhere to WWF's values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.

Please consult the attached job description for more information on the position.

How to apply?

Interested candidates who meet the above requirements are invited to send a cover letter and a detailed CV to the address recruitcarpo@wwfcarpo.org
The subject should read TA.
Please note that only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted for follow up. If you have not been contacted six (6) weeks after closing, consider your application unsuccessful.

Deadline for applications: 9 April 2014.


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20 Mar 2014

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Job Overview

 The Wolrd Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is one of the largest independent conservation organizations in the world. We are an international NGO committed to environmental protection active in almost 100 countries and have been working in the Congo Basin since 1978.
The Dzanga Sangha Protected Areas complex (DSPA) is a 4,450 km2 area, comprising the Dzanga Sangha Dense Forest Special Reserve with its various community use and other zones, and the Dzanga Ndoki National Park. This area is home to spectacular large mammals such as forest elephants, lowland gorillas and chimpanzees, bongo, buffalo, sitatunga, giant forest hogs and as well as a large variety of monkeys and duikers. The area is also home to exceptional diversity in other taxa.

WWF is supporting the Government of CAR to manage DSPA both to conserve its exceptional biodiversity and to promote the sustainable management of natural resources for the well-being of nearby human populations.

The DSPA administration and WWF take a multi-disciplinary approach to management of this important area, including developing and managing infrastructure, human and financial resources; conservation through surveillance and anti-poaching activities; income generation via tourism through athe primate habituation programme focussed on lowland gorillas as well as other tourism activities; and sustainable rural development to take pressure off natural resources and sustain livelihoods.

DSPA is part of the recently inscribed Sangha Tri-National (TNS) World Heritage Site. The TNS is made up of three national parks (Dzanga Ndoki in CAR, Lobeke in Cameroon and Nouabale Ndoki in the Republic of Congo) and their buffer zones. The protected area managers and their key partners work together to manage the TNS.

The conservation department's mission is to ensure the protection and conservation of DSPA's biodiversity. It is responsible for managing the 40 ecoguards, and the conservation trackers and porters and implementing anti-poaching and law enforcement activities. The department also contributes to planning and implementing trans-boundary anti-poaching patrols and contributes to the operations of the TNS anti-poaching brigade.

The WWF team based in Bayanga providing support to the DSPA consists of a Principal Technical Advisor, a Technical Advisor for Conservation (this position), a Primate Habituation, Research and Tourism Advisor, a Community Development Technical Advisor as well as different support staff for logistics, finances and administration; WWF also has a national office in Bangui.

WWF-CAR seeks a Technical Advisor Conservation whose major functions will be to:

  • Provide technical assistance, oversight and leadership to the conservation activities of WWF-DSPA;
  • Ensure effective and efficient protection of DSPA natural resources and transfer technical and managerial knowledge and experience to the Park Warden (Conservateur) and other conservation programme staff;
  • Assist the WWF PTA in delivering the broader goals of WWF and DSPA in line with WWF's and Sangha Tri-National landscape (TNS) conservation strategies.

Location: The position will be based in Bayanga, CAR.

Duration: 2 years renewable.

Main responsibilities:

Under the supervision of the Principal Technical Advisor, the Technical Advisor Conservation has two major duties:

1.Ensure effectiveness of the Dzanga-Sangha conservation programme by:

  • Coordinating the finalization and regular update of the anti-poaching and law enforcement strategy for DSPA;
  • Working as counterpart and technical advisor to the Park Warden to plan, manage, monitor and report all aspects of anti-poaching and law enforcement in DSPA and participating in effective operation of day-to-day field operations;
  • With the Park Warden and wildlife law enforcement partner (RALF), developing and implementing an informant network system as per WWF standards, leading to investigations and arrests;
  • Working with key DSPA and WWF personnel on-site, in Bangui as well as in Yaoundé, to maintain clear communication lines in cases of arrests of high level or dangerous poachers/traffickers and in case of other threats;
  • Providing input for the State of Conservation reports and other relevant information in relation to the World Heritage Site status.

2.Programme oversight, planning, monitoring & evaluation and management by:

  • Contributing to the development of annual projects work plans, funding proposals, budgets and technical reporting;
  • Planning for expenses for the conservation programme, on a quarterly basis or more frequently as necessary;
  • Assisting the PTA to ensure accountability of programme funds according to project planning and contractual obligations in collaboration with the Finance and Administration Manager;
  • Helping ensure reporting as defined by project contracts/agreements and WWF Programme Management standards.

What you need:

Required Qualifications

  • Minimum MSc in conservation, environmental management or related field;
  • Substantial experience working with conservation organizations;
  • Considerable field experience in Africa, ideally in Central Africa, preferably in a tropical forest environment.

Required skills and competencies

  • Knowledge of wildlife laws and legal procedures linked to law enforcement;
  • Practical experience of forest, wildlife and protected area management and monitoring; environmental law enforcement;
  • Knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for analysis capacity of data originating from law enforcement activities;
  • Strategic planning abilities - particularly ability to use spatial data and hands on field knowledge to plan conservation and law enforcement activities;
  • Ability to act proactively to reduce threats to wildlife and people, as well as to improve the impact of conservation activities;
  • Fluency in French; good knowledge of English is an advantage;
  • Adhere to WWF's values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.



Please consult the attached job description for more information on the position.

How to apply?

Interested candidates who meet the above requirements are invited to send a cover letter and a detailed CV to the address recruitcarpo@wwfcarpo.org
The subject should read TAC.
Please note that only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted for follow up. If you have not been contacted six (6) weeks after closing, consider your application unsuccessful.

Deadline for applications: 9 April 2014.


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20 Mar 2014

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Job Overview

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world's leading conservation organization, seeks a Senior Program Officer for the GEF Project Agency. Under the supervision of the Manager, Ensures the operations of the GEF (Global Environment Facility) Project Agency system and compliance of projects with GEF and WWF norms, implements the WWF GEF strategy with a focus on internal and network communications and GEF Project Agency systems management. The position also works with a broad team to ensure proper development and implementation of GEF projects by WWF. This work is done under the guidance of WWF's GEF Coordinator.
 

Major Duties & Responsibilities
 

WWF GEF Project Concept Development:
1.Acts as a major contributor to the development of WWF GEF programmatic planning. Involved in the technical development of strategies, concepts, and project documents responsive to the priorities of the GEF Focal Areas. Supports and participates in stakeholder and partner group meetings. Develops, plans and implements oversight of new and ongoing large and innovative projects. Develops and analyzes project operating plans and grant budgets.
 

2.Provides technical support for the development of transformative ideas into WWF GEF programs and projects in line with WWF and GEF's priorities. Plans, reviews and facilitates project proposal quality and eligibility according to WWF GEF standards. Supervises project quality implementation, monitors and evaluates project progress and reports back, verbally and in writing.
 

WWF GEF Agency Management Unit (Internal):
1.In coordination with the GEF Agency Management Unit and supporting WWF US Staff, maintains processes and systems for operation of the Unit.
 

2.Contributes to the performance outcomes and status of all activities and evaluates and reports these results, as well as recommendations for corrective action.
 

3.As a member of the GEF Agency Management Unit, supports WWF personnel, project personnel, donors, consultants, and others to facilitate coordination, communication, and regular reporting. Involved with outreach to other GEF implementing agencies, executing agencies, and donors for co-financing.
 

WWF GEF Agency Management Unit (External):
1.Ensures technical compliance of WWF to GEF standards and the systems of the GEF Project Agency, including project cycle implementation activities (e.g. annual supervision missions and participating in project steering committees).
 

2.Acts as a liaison with the GEF Secretariat and other parts of the GEF family with respect to project cycle functions. Keeps abreast of GEF procedures. Responsible for acquiring and gathering data relevant to specific conservation projects from conservation peers, governmental agencies, and universities.
 

3.In close cooperation with the WWF GEF Agency team participates as a representative of the WWF GEF Project Agency in external meetings, including GEF Focal Areas Task Forces, GEF Agency project steering committees, and other meetings as appropriate.
 

4.Performs other duties as assigned.
 

Minimum Requirements
 

•Education/Experience:
1.A Bachelor's degree is required. Advance degree that includes coursework in project management, and/or international development funding, communications, environmental policy, or a related field is preferred.
2.Position requires knowledge of the GEF, preferably working with the GEF Secretariat or a GEF agency or experience with major donor-funded projects
3.Position requires 6 years experience in project/program management in the area of environment/conservation.
4. Experience with WWF is a plus.
5. Experience interacting with developing country staff is desirable.
 

•Skills and Abilities
1.Demonstrated knowledge of public sector fundraising, budgeting, and monitoring of compliance with donor norms
2.Fluency in English, excellent communication skills and experience with public speaking
3.Ability to speak another language is helpful
4.Excellent organizational skills and program/project management skills
5.Ability to operate with independence, under pressure, to meet deadlines and commitments
6.Ability to work on initiatives with multiple and competing priorities
7.Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively as a team member with a wide range of individuals, possibly across cultures and time zones
8.Must be able to travel internationally; often times to remote locations in developing countries. Trips are usually for a week at a time, with 6 - 10 trips per year
 

Please Note: this position is based in Washington, DC
 

To Apply:
-Please visit our careers page and submit an on-line application.
-The most compatible browser that supports the application process is Internet Explorer 7, or version 8 and 9 in "compatibility mode".
-Submit cover letter and resume to http://www.worldwildlife.org/careers, job #14032
-Due to the high volume of applications we are not able to respond to inquiries via phone.

As an EOE/AA employer, WWF will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, and veteran or disability status.

 

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19 Mar 2014

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WWF - Job Opportunities

Job Overview

The Wolrd Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is one of the largest independent conservation organizations in the world. We are an international NGO committed to environmental protection active in almost 100 countries and have been working in the Congo Basin since 1978.
The Dzanga Sangha Protected Areas complex (DSPA) is a 4,450 km2 area, comprising the Dzanga Sangha Dense Forest Special Reserve with its various community use and other zones, and the Dzanga Ndoki National Park. This area is home to spectacular large mammals such as forest elephants, lowland gorillas and chimpanzees, bongo, buffalo, sitatunga, giant forest hogs and as well as a large variety of monkeys and duikers. The area is also home to exceptional diversity in other taxa.

WWF is supporting the Government of CAR to manage DSPA both to conserve its exceptional biodiversity and to promote the sustainable management of natural resources for the well-being of nearby human populations.

The DSPA administration and WWF take a multi-disciplinary approach to management of this important area, including developing and managing infrastructure, human and financial resources; conservation through surveillance and anti-poaching activities; income generation via tourism through a primate habituation programme focused on lowland gorillas as well as other tourism activities; and sustainable rural development to take pressure off natural resources and sustain livelihoods.

DSPA is part of the recently inscribed Sangha Tri-National (TNS) World Heritage Site. The TNS is made up of three national parks (Dzanga Ndoki in CAR, Lobeke in Cameroon and Nouabale Ndoki in the Republic of Congo) and their buffer zones. The protected area managers and their key partners work together to manage the TNS.

The conservation department's mission is to ensure the protection and conservation of DSPA's biodiversity. It is responsible for managing the 40 eco-guards, and the conservation trackers and porters and implementing anti-poaching and law enforcement activities. The department also contributes to planning and implementing trans-boundary anti-poaching patrols and contributes to the operations of the TNS anti-poaching brigade.

The WWF team based in Bayanga providing support to the DSPA consists of a Principal Technical Advisor (this position), a Technical Advisor for Conservation, a Primate Habituation, Research and Tourism Advisor, a Community Development Technical Advisor as well as different support staff for logistics, finances and administration; WWF also has a national office in Bangui.

The mission of the Department and this position is to ensure overall achievement of the programme objectives.

WWF-CAR seeks a Principal Technical Advisor whose major function will be the overall implementation and supervision of WWF field programme in support to the CAR Government for the management of the Dzanga-Sangha Protected Areas (DSPA), consisting of the Dzanga-Sangha Special Dense Forest Reserve and Dzanga-Ndoki National Park and their broader landscape, in its aim to maintain the biodiversity of the south-western forests of the CAR.

Location: The position will be based in Bayanga, CAR.

Duration: 2 years renewable

Main responsibilities:

Under the supervision of the Country Coordinator, the Principal Technical Advisor's main responsibilities are to:

1.Ensure full coordination with DSPA and CAR administration

  • Provide technical assistance to the DSPA National Director (ND – Expert National) designated by the CAR Government as the person responsible for the management of DSPA, the DSPA Park Warden (Conservateur), other DSPA personnel and DSPA partners, to ensure integrated and effective management of all DSPA components in accordance with DSPA management plan, including the development and implementation of annual work plans and budget;
  • Provide technical assistance to the CAR Government in the management of all funds allocated to DSPA, in particular funds from the Sangha Tri-National Trust Fund;

2.Sound programme implementation and development

  • Promote conservation, ecotourism and specifically gorilla viewing based tourism, co-management instruments involving local stakeholders, and local development related to sustainable management of natural resources;
  • Lead programme development for DSPA and contribute to the development and implementation of a strategy securing long term funds for DSPA, in collaboration with WWF in the region and beyond, and the Sangha Tri-National Trust Fund;
  • Participate in landscape planning and follow-up implementation for the trans-boundary Sangha Tri-National Landscape (TNS), of which DSPA is part, and, in particular, contribute to fulfilment by TNS of its obligations as a World Heritage Site, in close collaboration with TNS partners;

3.Support WWF team and coordination with WWF Network

  • Provide guidance and supervision to other WWF Technical Assistants and WWF staff in DSPA to contribute to effective WWF support to conservation, ecotourism, development and research activities in DSPA and ensure that sound practices orient WWF support to the CAR Government;
  • Take primary responsibility for the preparation and administrative and financial management of budgets under WWF direct administration. Systematically review the status of project budgets and ensure that annual budget targets are met;
  • Following established WWF guidelines, ensure that appropriate administrative and accounting policies and systems are implemented. As necessary, evaluate financial and administrative operations and propose systems for improved effectiveness and efficiency;

What you need:

Required Qualifications

  • A minimum MSc in conservation, environmental management or any related field;
  • A minimum of eight (8) years of experience in working in conservation or development organizations, especially in a similar biome;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of management principles applying to multi-disciplinary and multi-donor programmes

Required skills and competencies

  • Strong managerial and administrative skills and excellent organizational skills;
  • Familiarity with WWF and donor funding agencies is an added advantage;
  • Strong communication skills, particularly in writing reports and proposals for donor agencies in both French and English;
  • Fluency in French and English;
  • Ability to live and work in a remote place;
  • Adhere to WWF's values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.


Please consult the attached job description for more information on the position.

How to apply?

Interested candidates who meet the above requirements are invited to send a cover letter and a detailed CV to the address recruitcarpo@wwfcarpo.org
The subject should read PTA.
Please note that only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted for follow up. If you have not been contacted six (6) weeks after closing, consider your application unsuccessful.

Deadline for applications: 9 April 2014.


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Sustainable Production and Consumption Workstream Lead

A big opportunity for a dynamic science professional with a passion for people and nature. You will be a part core part of the Luc Hoffmann Institute, developing and building the work plan and the projects within the Sustainable Production and Consumption Work-stream, including engagement with institutional partners and Luc Hoffmann Senior Fellows. Help WWF build a sustainable future by recommending new priorities and opportunities for the Luc Hoffmann Institute within the Sustainable Production and Consumption Workstream and beyond.

Mission of the Department:

The Luc Hoffmann Institute seeks to be the premier global institute focusing science capacity on the world's most important conservation problems, and magnifying science impact through strategic alignment and communication. Our products will be known for their conservation relevance, rapid delivery, independent scientific rigor, and broad communication. We connect the research needs of the largest conservation organization in the world (WWF), and the research talent of academics and thought leaders from around the world. We use collaborative structures to bring interdisciplinary teams together, and we resource those teams so that they can deliver solutions, tools, and knowledge to the conservation community at a pace relevant for decisions. For more information on the Luc Hoffmann Institute, please visit http://luchoffmanninstitute.org/

Location/Contract Details:

WWF office in Gland, Switzerland. This is an open-ended employment contract.

Main responsibilities:

  • Performs a radar function on current policy and scientific debates and recommend new priorities and opportunities for the Luc Hoffmann Institute within the Sustainable Production and Consumption Work-stream and beyond
  • Develops and maintains connections with the Sustainable Production and Consumption scientific and research community to identify opportunities, and to develop and maintain links between thought leaders within these communities and WWF contact points.
  • Develops and maintains an understanding of the current and planned Sustainable Production and Consumption work around the WWF network, and work with leaders in this space to understand SPC research needs within the WWF network.
  • Builds and supports SPC research partnerships, Collaborative Research Teams and Luc Hoffmann Fellow positions focused in this work-stream.
  • Develops co-financing and outside funding opportunities to support SPC collaborative research, with the aim of maturing the SPC work-stream to a point where the SPC work-stream lead becomes a 100% time position.
  • Monitors and evaluates the impact of all Luc Hoffmann Institute Projects within the workstream, using both conservation and academic metrics of success, and gathers data from projects and project participants to assess short and long term impact of Luc Hoffmann Institute projects.
  • Works with the other Work-stream leads to manage the advice coming from the Critical Conservation Needs Panel and the Conservation Research Panel, ensuring that the panel make-up reflects the direction of the institute, and that all panel members understand their roles and responsibilities.
  • Works with the other work-stream leads to manage the evolution of Luc Hoffmann Institute policies and procedures for the evaluation and monitoring of projects.

What you need:

Required Qualifications, Skills and Competencies
  • Advanced degree in Biology, Ecology, Environmental Science, Social Science, Sustainability Science, or Environmental Economics
  • Minimum 3 years of experience working in relevant field of employment at the international organizational level
  • Experience developing partnerships, managing multidisciplinary teams and managing remote teams
  • Experience in research analysis and synthesis directly related to conservation, environmental science and environmental policy
  • Experience in international policy and understanding of relationships of global policy the conservation practice and implementation
  • Experience with diverse funding agencies and the funding structures required
  • Available for international travel, up to 30% of the time
  • Knowledge in relational databases and ability to tailor them to the WWF and Luc Hoffmann Institute needs
  • Ability and enthusiasm for on-deadline, short timeline tasks
  • Fluency in English
  • Ability to work in multicultural environment
  • Capacity to work independently in an intense team environment
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Adheres to WWF's values, which are:Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging

How to apply?

Upload your covering letter and CV on Linkedin. We will not accept applications without CV and Covering Letter. Please make sure they are saved together as one file.

Deadline for applications: 4th April 2014 @4pm CET

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Job Announcement

Global Science Communications Manager

A big opportunity for a dynamic science communications professional with a passion for people and nature. Help bring the evidence into the center of global conservation issues by organizing and directing science communications for the Luc Hoffmann Institute, working in close coordination with the senior communications team at WWF International to integrate and promote science communications for the Institute.

Mission of the Department:

The Luc Hoffmann Institute seeks to be the premier global institute focusing science capacity on the world's most important conservation problems, and magnifying science impact through strategic alignment and communication. Our products will be known for their conservation relevance, rapid delivery, independent scientific rigor, and broad communication. We connect the research needs of the largest conservation organization in the world (WWF), and the research talent of academics and thought leaders from around the world. We use collaborative structures to bring interdisciplinary teams together, and we resource those teams so that they can deliver solutions, tools, and knowledge to the conservation community at a pace relevant for decisions. For more information on the Luc Hoffmann Institute, please visit http://luchoffmanninstitute.org/

Location/Contract Details:

WWF office in Gland, Switzerland. This is an open-ended employment contract.

Main responsibilities:

  • Works collaboratively with both local and remote teams of researchers and conservation practitioners from a wide range of fields to construct and communicate the narrative arc of each research project, and to build and maintain targeted communication strategies for research projects and for the Luc Hoffmann Institute as a whole.
  • Works collaboratively with the Luc Hoffmann Institute Director and the Luc Hoffmann Institute Informatics and Data Science Researcher, as well as with other experts, to increase and manage the presence of the Luc Hoffmann Institute within important conservation science conversations and debates. This work will require work on multiple platforms and working through multiple media channels.
  • Works collaboratively with internal and external experts to develop high-impact visualizations of complex research and conservation issues, and works to build the Luc Hoffmann Institute brand as a leader in the effective communication of conservation science.
  • Shapes and delivers targeted, inventive external communications for the Luc Hoffmann Institute that catalyzes change, strengthens the brand, effectively reaches target audiences, and offers compelling reasons for diverse research, conservation and development communities to engage with the Luc Hoffmann Institute.
  • Exploits and promotes rigorous communications planning approaches, engages in forward planning efforts, and contributes to the WWF International communications calendar.
  • Assembles and exploits audience and market research for science communications, and identifies the most effective ways to engage relevant target audiences.
  • Together with the Media Unit, monitors the current and future news agenda in order to identify and exploit communications opportunities to highlight the role of science in effective conservation.
  • Works with the Luc Hoffmann Institute Fellows Coordinator to develop science communication training for our fellows program.

What you need:

Required Qualifications, Skills and Competencies
  • Demonstrated science communication skills.
  • Strong written, verbal and visual communication skills.
  • Demonstrated strategic communications capacity and strong project management experience, with prior experience working with outside communication sub-contractors.
  • Strong familiarity with science culture, and deep connections within the science communication community, including access to journalists, bloggers, and others.
  • Understanding of evidence structures and general methodologies in multiple research disciplines (e.g. economics, natural sciences, social sciences) and demonstrated ability to distil complex products for multiple audiences (e.g. scientists, managers, decision makers, the educated public).
  • Capacity to work rapidly and accurately under pressure, and to respond to communication needs that may arise after working hours due to time-zone issues.
  • Available for international travel, up to 30% of the time.
  • Ability and enthusiasm for on-deadline, short timeline tasks.
  • English mother tongue, with exceptional proficiency in written communication.
  • Discretion, reliability, flexibility, accuracy.
  • Ability to work in multicultural environment.
  • Capacity to work independently in an intense team environment.
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • Adheres to WWF's values, which are: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.

How to apply?

Upload your covering letter and CV on Linkedin. We will not accept applications without CV and Covering Letter. Please make sure they are saved together as one file.

Deadline for applications: 4th April 2014 @4pm CET


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Green Economy Technical Advisor, WWF-Greater Mekong

The Greater Mekong region is one of the biologically richest places on the planet; its varied natural resources support the livelihoods and well-being of millions of people in mainland Southeast Asia. WWF-Greater Mekong (GM) – on the ground in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam – is working to conserve the region's biodiversity and build a secure and sustainable future for people and wildlife.

WWF-Greater Mekong is looking for an experienced Green Economy Technical Advisor. The Green Economy Technical Advisor will lead the development, coordination, and implementation of WWF-Greater Mekong's green economy strategic initiative and ensure that it contributes to delivery of key objectives of the WWF-Greater Mekong Strategic Plan. S/He is also responsible for ensuring WWF-Greater Mekong's preparation and engagement in the Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development is strategic and supports the aspirations of the region's citizens and leaders.

Base location:

Cambodia or Vietnam

Key requirements:

  • Master's degree or other relevant qualification in natural resource or environmental economics or related fields
  • Expert knowledge in green economy
  • 5 years of practical experience as Chief Technical Advisor for a programme or project with focus on application of economic tools and analyses in conservation and/or sustainable natural resources management in developing countries – especially in Southeast Asia
  • Experience in managing programmes/large projects funded by a diversity of sources including governments and aid agencies, private sector donors with annual budget of 1-2 millions USD
  • Experience in coordinating/working with diverse international teams in multi cultural environment
  • Experience in engaging high-level government officials
  • Experience in proposal writing for large projects
  • Experience on social/community development work and/or policy advocacy would be an advantage

How to apply:

Detailed Job Description attached.

Interested candidates should email a cover letter, curriculum vitae in English and stating the position title to vacancy@wwfgreatermekong.org. Application documents should be addressed as Document_Yourfullname.

Deadline: 18th April 2014


Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.

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Terms of reference

Project
Sustainability assurance for energy from forestry

Introduction
Forestry biomass is used increasingly for energy purposes; mainly for heat and electricity, but also for the production of liquid fuels (1) . Several factors are at the origin of this growth: climate change mitigation efforts; security of energy supply concerns; new technologies enabling innovative uses of biomass; other forestry-based sectors seeking to diversify their activities; etc. While both local use and international trade are increasing, the sustainability of the biomass supply chains is under intense scrutiny.

Concerns are expressed around the greenhouse gas performance of bioenergy, for instance transport emissions but also more recently trunk extraction and carbon debt; potentially bad wood harvesting practices and forest management, leading to forest degradation and deforestation.

Nevertheless forest biomass based energy can also have environmental, social and economic advantages and its use is beneficial, so long this happens in a sustainable way.

WWF supports the sustainable use of biomass for energy. It has produced various papers and contributed to various initiatives in that sense (see for instance WWF's Bioenergy Position Paper (2012) and Living Forests Report (2011) on http://wwf.panda.org/what_we_do/footprint/climate_carbon_energy/energy_solutions22/renewable_energy/bioenergy/ ; WWF's Recommendations for sustainability criteria for forest based biomass used in electricity, heating and cooling in Europe (2012) on http://awsassets.panda.org/downloads/forest_based_biomass_position_paper_finale.pdf; The Energy Report (2011) on www.panda.org/energyreport‎; and finally the journal article "Bioenergy in Africa – Time for a Shift?" (2010) by various WWF staff in Sud Sciences et Technologies on http://documents.irevues.inist.fr/handle/2042/44327 ). It has been instrumental in the development of sustainability schemes for liquid biofuels, such as the EU certification scheme and the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB), with various levels of success. The RSB has recently been ranked first by WWF and IUCN among EU biofuel certification schemes (http://www.isealalliance.org/online-community/blogs/rsb-ranks-first-among-eu-recognised-biofuel-certification-schemes-wwfiucn). WWF is also currently working on a benchmark for sustainability schemes for biomass-based heat and power.

Today there is no comprehensive sustainability scheme (standard & certification) for forestry-based biomass for energy. Hence, it is difficult for WWF to advocate for a practical solution to assure sustainability of forest-based bioenergy. We will soon start discussions internally and externally about the necessary next steps to develop such sustainability assurance mechanisms further.

[1] In poor countries, wood is still used massively for cooking, as well as for space heating and light; this topic is however excluded from these terms of reference.

Concept
WWF needs a background paper to inform its upcoming discussions on energy from forestry biomass. The paper will be used to inform an internal WWF meeting on the topic. The paper should enable the reader to quickly grasp the relevance of the topic, the major issues and potential solutions, and WWF's positioning compared to other stakeholders. It will contain the latest information on forestry-based biomass energy, including its use and trade, now and in the foreseeable future; sustainability issues at local and global level; promising sustainability initiatives; opinions from relevant stakeholders.

Key deliverables - Product description: Structure, Content and Length
  • Report in word format. Length: ~20-30 pages. Use of pictures, schemes and drawings.
The report should contain at least:
  • Quantification of biomass production, use and trade for heat and power use – now and in the foreseeable future.
  • Environmental (incl. GHG), social and economic sustainability issues.
  • Existing most promising sustainability initiatives from various regions.
  • Bigger picture: interaction between biomass energy and other forestry sectors
  • Opinion mapping of stakeholders (interviews will be conducted with main stakeholders, including WWF staff).
  • Recommended next steps.


Timing
The deadline for submitting a quote is March 31, 2014, 6 p.m. CET.

The report should be written within the 2 following months – April and May 2014

Budget
A maximum of 8,000 EUR VAT incl. will be paid for the report.

Quote procedure

The quote should include:
  • Suggested approach to develop and deliver the products (including description of the end-product and broad Table of Content)
  • Expected timeline (including key moments for drafts and final products)
  • Draft budget (including number of days/dayrate, travel cost etc)
  • References
For further information, please contact:
Jean- Philippe Denruyter, jpdenruyter@wwf.panda.org, +32 2 740 09 27, skype: jdenruyter
Stephan Singer, ssinger@wwf.eu

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Fisheries Conservation will be a key member of the Marine and Coastal Conservation team and will manage... Director, Marine and Coastal Conservation (Director...
From idealist.org - 17 Apr 2014 05:06:49 GMT - View all Washington jobs

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17 Apr 2014

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Economist The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation... marine sanctuaries. NMSF is the private, non-profit partner to the federally managed National Marine... $70,000 - $75,000 a year
From Econ-Jobs.com - 14 Apr 2014 17:05:09 GMT - View all Silver Spring jobs

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14 Apr 2014

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with oceans program, conservation and communications... for administrative and legislative policies for marine conservation through scientific and legal comments...
From Center for Biological Diversity - 15 Apr 2014 03:47:53 GMT - View all Tucson jobs

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15 Apr 2014

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Knowledge of fisheries regulations and/or marine mammal conservation programs. Ability to arrange media... and/or marine mammal conservation programs. Skill in... $89,924 - $138,136 a year
From usajobs.gov - 18 Apr 2014 11:16:23 GMT - View all Silver Spring jobs

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18 Apr 2014

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Chiropractic Doctorate, Conservation-Wildlife/Plant... Genetics, Immunology, Limnology, Mammology, Marine Sciences, Marine Biology, Medical Doctorate, Medical...
From Maricopa County Community College District - 14 Apr 2014 07:12:07 GMT - View all Scottsdale jobs

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14 Apr 2014

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Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission in St... Ecology, Marine Science or related subject Strong interest in marine science and conservation Excellent... $13.00 - $15.25 an hour
From PeopleFirst Florida HR - 15 Apr 2014 17:06:33 GMT - View all jobs

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15 Apr 2014

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on environmental and marine legal issues including oil pollution and fisheries law. The intern will research and analyze applicable ocean conservation and...
From Ocean Conservancy - 16 Apr 2014 18:56:15 GMT - View all New Orleans jobs

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16 Apr 2014

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Conservation Commission (FWC) Fish and Wildlife Research Institute (FWRI) Section: Marine Fisheries... with new and ongoing marine recreational fishing... $13 an hour
From PeopleFirst Florida HR - 16 Apr 2014 23:12:37 GMT - View all jobs

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16 Apr 2014

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depths to facilitate access to Port Authority marine terminal facilities, including the Harbor Deepening... CERCLA), Resource Conservation & Recovery Act (RCRA...
From Port Authority of NY & NJ - 16 Apr 2014 09:48:47 GMT - View all New York jobs

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16 Apr 2014

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in our exhibits (avian or marine), their care and general conservation issues; 4. Basic understanding of... the animals, conservation issues and answering...
From Mystic Aquarium - 17 Apr 2014 22:33:09 GMT - View all Mystic jobs

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17 Apr 2014

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a fascinating insight into the wealth and diversity of marine life and plays an active role in conservation and inspires others to lend their support too...
From LEGOLAND - 16 Apr 2014 10:11:23 GMT - View all Auburn jobs

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16 Apr 2014

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the wealth and diversity of marine life and plays an active role in conservation and inspires others to... diverse collection of marine and freshwater fish and...
From LEGOLAND - 16 Apr 2014 10:11:19 GMT - View all Auburn jobs

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16 Apr 2014

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or soil conservation technician work that involved the application of cultural, resource conservation, or... range management or conservation, wildlife management... $25,181 - $36,746 a year
From usajobs.gov - 17 Apr 2014 23:16:51 GMT - View all Tivoli jobs

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17 Apr 2014

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or soil conservation technician work that involved the application of cultural, resource conservation, or... range management or conservation, wildlife management... $25,181 - $36,746 a year
From usajobs.gov - 17 Apr 2014 23:16:56 GMT - View all Alamo jobs

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17 Apr 2014

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biodiversity; and, The destruction of the world’s marine environment. Western Lands Initiative: Since 1990... state and national conservation groups and other...
From The Pew Charitable Trusts - 16 Apr 2014 21:48:48 GMT - View all Portland jobs

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16 Apr 2014

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conservation of the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska marine ecosystem, wildlife conservation, protection of... regional and local conservation organizations, Alaska...
From Earthjustice - 17 Apr 2014 05:05:05 GMT - View all Anchorage jobs

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17 Apr 2014

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or soil conservation technician work that involved the application of cultural, resource conservation, or... range management or conservation, wildlife management... $25,181 - $36,746 a year
From usajobs.gov - 17 Apr 2014 23:17:04 GMT - View all Indiahoma jobs

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17 Apr 2014

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local municipalities/Engineers, local County Conservation Districts, DEP, & PennDOT. Advantage Technical... to the automotive, marine, manufacturing, energy...
From Advantage Technical Resourcing - 19 Apr 2014 02:18:34 GMT - View all Norristown jobs

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19 Apr 2014

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with oceans program, conservation and communications... for administrative and legislative policies for marine conservation through scientific and legal comments... $40,000 - $50,000 a year
From Center for Biological Diversity - 16 Apr 2014 03:49:46 GMT - View all Tucson jobs

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16 Apr 2014

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program is internationally recognized in the areas of conservation biology, evolutionary biology and marine biology. The College of Science provides a core...
From Oregon State University - 16 Apr 2014 04:56:43 GMT - View all Corvallis jobs

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16 Apr 2014

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Maidstone East
More about marine conservation, stakeholder engagement and applied fisheries... marine ecology location : maldives town/city : malé salary : up to $24,000...
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17/04/2014 in Vianet Jobs

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Our marine conservation projects focus on researching predators, movement... for the following projects: marine conservation in belize with padi certification marine...
Unpaid Kaya Responsible Travel Freelance
16/04/2014 in The Independent

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Training institute, helping them get work. you may also have the chance to get involved with the local beach and marine conservation program...
Unpaid Kaya Responsible Travel Freelance
16/04/2014 in The Independent

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Kirkwall
- £23,060 pro-rata (including distant islands allowance) the development and marine... work including archaeology, biodiversity conservation areas and listed buildings, urban...
£21016 - £23060 Full Time
16/04/2014 in My Jobs Scotland

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Cambridgeshire
conservation, including marine protected areas and advice to developers and regulators... as: * terrestrial biodiversity conservation, including landscape-scale initiatives, advice...
39,850 - 56,100
15/04/2014 in Jobs Today

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North eastern inshore fisheries and conservation authority. inshore fisheries & conservation officer - £19,817 - £21,735 (37 hours per week...

14/04/2014 in East Riding of Yorkshire Council

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Flexible
conservation, including marine protected areas and advice to developers and regulators... biodiversity conservation, including landscape-scale initiatives, advice to developers...
£39,850 - £56,100 pa Natural England
14/04/2014 in environmentjob.co.uk

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An opportunity for a lecturer in conservation biology with broad expertise in wildlife... and biodiversity conservation and sustainability issues. we will consider candidates...
£31,644 to £34,565 . per annum University of Chester
14/04/2014 in Jobs.ac.uk

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North Berwick
Applications including those for the national marine centre 10. reporting... of the charity. additional benefits working for a successful conservation and education...
£dependent on experience
10/04/2014 in S1Jobs

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Aberdeen
) and marine environment officer (meo) working under the supervision of senior... with conservation, quota management and marketing regulations. you will provide guidance...
£22,173 Permanent
08/04/2014 in Civilian Jobs

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Tyne and Wear
Charity. we work to protect local wildlife, promote nature conservation... are looking for a confident, innovative and enthusiastic person to join our conservation team...
£19,565 pa Northumberland Wildlife Trust
03/04/2014 in environmentjob.co.uk

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) and paul cox, (director of conservation and communication, national marine... in partnership with the national marine aquarium (in plymouth), starting from october...
Not specified university of warwick
25/03/2014 in Jobs.ac.uk

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Devon
The delivery of undergraduate modules in our bsc programmes in zoology, conservation biology and ecology, human sciences and/or marine biology...
University of Exeter Continuing
21/03/2014 in Uni Jobs

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Nepal
Wildlife conservation projects and 3 marine conservation. this role is for our... nepal conservation project which is located within the world famous annapurna...
Living wage, flights and insurance Projects Abroad
17/03/2014 in environmentjob.co.uk

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Job details save this job to my favourites you must be logged in e-mail to a friend please enter your friend's email address * please add a personal message you must be logged in an error has occurred...

27/02/2014 in Grads into Careers

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Birmingham
:* a detailed knowledge of conservation legislation in the uk* full membership of cieem... (aquatic ecology and/or marine experience will be an advantage)* hold at least one...
35000 Permanent/Full Time
21/02/2014 in Strike Jobs

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London City of London
To demonstrate: * a detailed knowledge of conservation legislation in the uk * full... and be able to demonstrate: • a detailed knowledge of conservation legislation...
£30000 - £48000 per annum + Excellent Benefits Jarvis King Associates permanent
21/02/2014 in Careers4A

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Birkbeck College, University of London - Research
Salary: £34,650 to £34,650. plus the London Allowance of £3,006 per annum

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14 Feb 2014

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University of Warwick - Research Support Services
Salary: £37,756 to £45,053

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14 Feb 2014

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Loughborough University - School of Science
Salary: Competitive salary

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13 Feb 2014

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Newcastle University - School of Marine Science & Technology
Salary: £25,759 to £27,318

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12 Feb 2014

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Cardiff University - Cardiff School of Engineering
Salary: £30,728 to £53,765

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11 Feb 2014

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University of East Anglia - School of Environmental Sciences
Salary: Not specified

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10 Feb 2014

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National Oceanography Centre
Salary: £26,715 to £49,207

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07 Feb 2014

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University of Oxford - St John's College
Salary: Not specified

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05 Feb 2014

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University of Sussex - The School of Mathematical & Physical Sciences
Salary: £13,863 to £13,863

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05 Feb 2014

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University College Cork - College of Science, Engineering & Food Science
Salary: Not specified

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05 Feb 2014

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Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Salary: Not specified

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05 Feb 2014

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Newcastle University - School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences
Salary: £13,726 to £13,726

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04 Feb 2014

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Newcastle University - School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences
Salary: £13,726 to £13,726

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04 Feb 2014

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Newcastle University - School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences
Salary: £13,726 to £13,726

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04 Feb 2014

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University of East Anglia - School of Environmental Sciences
Salary: £13,863 to £13,863

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03 Feb 2014

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University College London - UCL Science and Technology Studies
Salary: £36,424 to £39,523. per annum, inclusive of London Allowance.

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30 Jan 2014

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University of Leeds - Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences
Salary: £10,000 to £10,000

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30 Jan 2014

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University of Leeds - Faculty of Environment
Salary: £10,000 to £10,000

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30 Jan 2014

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Bangor University - School of Ocean Sciences
Salary: £30,000 to £30,000. plus £612 a month monthly allowance

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29 Jan 2014

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University of Southampton - Engineering and the Environment
Salary: Not specified

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28 Jan 2014

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