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Opportunities to work with TRAFFIC

Below are any current Job Opportunities, Consultant Opportunities, Volunteer Opportunities and Invitations to Tender with TRAFFIC in one of our global regions.

We also advertise our vacancies on our Facebook and Twitter pages, so keep an eye on those too!

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 Job Opportunities

Please note that any job opportunities which ask for applications via the IUCN Human Resources Management System will have a deadline of midnight based on Swiss times.

 

Data Entry Officer

Location: Hanoi, Viet Nam 

Contract: Fixed Term (1 year contract) 

This is a new position in the team that will be responsible for the collection and input of trade data from online and media sources and to enter this in an accurate and consistent manner.

Applicants need to be familar and have an interest in conservation and trade data, have experience with the collection of data and a keen eye for detail with high accuracy. Excellent English writing and speaking skills are also essential.


For further information, specifications and how to apply, please click here.

Deadline for applications: 30th November 2017

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 Communication Officer

Location: Pretoria, South Africa 

Contract: Fixed Term (2 year contract) 

We are now looking for a Communications Officer to join our team in South Africa, the role will write and produce materials to increase awareness of TRAFFIC's work and wildlife trade issues. Designing and producing visual materals including video content is also required. The role will need to work within our global team to assist with enhancing TRAFFIC's presense and accessibility via digital media channels.

Professional experience in a communications role and managing communication projects is essentail as is fluency in English. Strong computer skills, excellent writting skills, a high level of organisational skills and attention to detail are also essential.

Applicants must be a local South African national or have residency to be eligible to apply.


For further information, specifications and how to apply, please click here.

Deadline for applications: 30th November 2017

 

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Consultancy Opportunities


Training & Capacity Building - ROUTES

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 

Contract: 37.5 hours per week, 10 month contract 


We are looking for a consultant to provide additional training and capacity building support to one of our projects. The consultant will assist in the development of training materials and organisation of training courses under the ROUTES parternship. This will include liaising with relevant companies, organisations, government agencies and TRAFFIC/ROUTES partner offices.

 

For further information and the full specifications, please click here to see the terms of reference.

If you are interested in applying for this consultant position, please submit a cover email outlining your suitability for the position and your CV to claire.beastall@traffic.org

 

Deadline for applications: 20th November 2017

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Volunteer Opportunities


Data Entry

Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom 

Contract: 3 months (unpaid) 


We are looking for a volunteer who can assist us with the important role of data entry to ensure we have a database with accurate and up to date information for analysis. The data will be from a variety of sources focussed on several different types of wildlife trade data.

The position can be flexible in terms of days worked, but we are looking for someone to volunteer between 3-5 days a week (Monday to Friday).

You must be eligible to live and work in the UK and be able to come to our offices in Cambridge to complete the work. You will be given full training on our systems.

You must have an interest in conservation, strong attention to detail and experience with data entry.

 

If you are interested in applying for this volunteer position, please submit a cover email outlining your suitability for the position and your CV to caroline.knightley@traffic.org

 

Deadline for applications: 3rd December 2017

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Tender Opportunities


Invitation to tender

Client: TRAFFIC in Viet Nam 

TRAFFIC is currently seeking Expressions of Interest from suitable organizations/individuals to research what would be the most effective evidence-based social and behavior change (SBCC) initiative to reduce demand for tiger products among the most prolific user in Vietnam.

The tender proposal should outline the specific behavioural science theories of change that would be tested and how the organization/individual would conceptualize, create and pilot an innovative, effective, and scalable design of a SBCC initiative targeting consumers of tiger products in Vietnam in order to reduce demand for such products.


For more information, please view the full tender. Please send applications to tsea.gmp@traffic.org .


Deadline for applications: 30th November 2017

 

Social & Behaviour Change Communication Specialist 

 

Location: Hanoi,  Vietnam 

Contract: Fixed Term contract (1 year, but possibility of extension) 

This interesting opportunity is part of an important partnership with Tetra Tech working on a five year USAID project helping to Combat Wildlife Trafficking (CWT) in Vietnam. TRAFFIC will implement a practical and effective approach to significantly reducing the demand for wildlife product consumption and work with Tetra Tech and WCS to strengthen Vietnam’s systems and capacities to deter those involved in the wildlife trade.

We are looking for an individual who can become an important part of this team and can advise on the development and implementation of a comprehensive strategy to strengthen and sustain efforts to reduce consumer demand for targeted illegal wildlife products with an initial focus on rhino horn, elephant ivory, and pangolin products.

It is essential that the role holder has experience in designing, implementing and leading social and behaviour change campaigns, including experience with social marketing and change communication. Proven experience with polling and consumer surveying techniques is needed along with strong people management skills and communication skills in particular in the Vietnam context.

For further information and how to apply: https://hrms.iucn.org/iresy/index.cfm?event=vac.show&vacId=1593

Deadline for applications: 6th August 2017