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ABCG Career Opportunities December 2018

by Portal Web Editor last modified Dec 14, 2018 11:24 PM
Contributors: ABCG
Career Opportunities: Conservation International, Jane Goodall Institute and others hiring!

The Jane Goodall Institute

Assistant Manager

Location: Tchimpounga Nature Reserve, Congo

The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) is seeking an Assistant Manager reporting directly to the JGI Congo Executive Director. The Assistant Manager will be responsible for supporting the day-to-day activities of JGI's Education and Awareness and Law Enforcement activities in the Tchimpounga Nature Reserve, Conkouati Douli National Park and elsewhere as required.

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World Wildlife Fund

Chief of Party - Combating Wildlife Crime in Southern Africa

Location: Windhoek, Namibia

The World Wildlife Fund is looking for a Chief of Party who will be
responsible for the performance, communications, partner relationships, and all technical aspects of the Combating Wildlife Crime Project as well as developing strong relationships with partner governments. More specifically s/he will provide overall project direction and management, and maintain vision and commitment to outcomes/results. S/he will serve as the principal liaison with USAID. Ensure timely submission of all required programmatic deliverables to USAID including work plans  and technical reports.

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Conservation International

Capacity Development Manager

Location: Antananarivo, Madagascar

The primary role of the capacity development manager will be to act as the leader for key partners support and training activities. This individual shall keep the deputy, head of program informed regarding issues of program management and implementation of these activities. Responsibilities include developing the capacity building plan and coordinating activities: identification of beneficiaries and their needs, developing training tools covering climate change, sustainable landscape planning and approaches, and implementing activities.

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Forestry Specialist

Location: Antananarivo, Madagascar

The forestry specialist will bring technical, methodological support and
monitoring to improve capacity of regional partners (regional forest
department and other technical department, decentralized administration, local communities, platforms and associations...) to implement program and conservation strategies for mitigation to climate change, including forest restoration programs.

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Country Director, Conservation International South Africa

Location: Cape Town, South Africa

The Country Director of Conservation International South Africa is the
Chief Executive Officer that provides strategic and programmatic direction for the country program, proactively identifying opportunities and trends for the achievement of the institutional goals. S/he is responsible for senior-level program oversight and ensuring that program strategies, initiatives and outcomes advance Conservation International's human development and conservation priorities.

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Bonobo & Congo Biodiversity Initiative

Data Specialist

Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

The Data Specialist is dedicated to the Bonobo & Congo Biodiversity
Initiative (BCBI), the Zoological Society of Milwaukee's bonobo
conservation program in the Salonga National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The specialist assists the team to achieve the technical aspects of the BCBI program with an emphasis on maintaining research and other field data, data quality control, basic GIS and mapping, assistance with data analyses, and report/grant preparation. The full-time position is based in Milwaukee with periodic work in the DRC.

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Environmental Incentives

Project Assistant

Location: Washington, D.C.

Environmental Incentives is seeking a highly productive person to fill the position of Project Assistant. This position will primarily support the
Measuring Impact 2 Project (MI2), which is an initiative of the Forestry
and Biodiversity Office of USAID implemented by Environmental Incentives, Foundations of Success, and ICF. MI2 is designed to enhance the impact of USAID biodiversity and forestry programs through improved project design, evidence-based programming, and adaptive management. MI2 works directly with USAID Agency staff and USAID Missions globally..

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