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Wednesday
Dec072011

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT: Research Officer, TRAFFIC Europe

This is a fixed-term position based with TRAFFIC Europe in Cambridge, UK, for a period of 12 months with the possibility of extension. The Research Officer will assist in implementing TRAFFIC Europe’s regional work plan, working in collaboration with TRAFFIC’s partners WWF and IUCN.

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS:  4th January 2012


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