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Apr092013

VACANCY: Wildlife-TRAPS Project Leader

TRAFFIC is seeking a Project Leader for the USAID-funded ‘Wildlife Trafficking, Response, Assessment, Priority Setting’ (Wildlife-TRAPS) initiative.

Wildlife TRAPS is likely to focus on achieving a high impact with a tightly focused group of species products (i.e. including ivory and rhino horn) traded between Central and East & Southern Africa and East and South-East Asia.

The position will be based in Pretoria, South Africa

Closing date for applications: 3rd May 2013

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