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VACANCY: Project Administration Officer (EC funded projects)

This position is responsible for ensuring the consistent and efficient administration of an EC funded project (and related projects) on implementation of the EU FLEGT Action Plan in South America for which TRAFFIC International has financial and reporting responsibilities.  

The Project Administration Officer should have written and oral fluency in English and Spanish (Portuguese is also desirable)

Closing date for applications: 30th March 2012

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