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We currently have three vacancies, details below.

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TRAFFIC is seeking a Development Manager - UK, based in Cambridge

If you’ve got strong marketing, presentation and leadership skills, and would welcome an opportunity to put them to work in support of wildlife conservation, then this position may be for you.

More information and how to apply

Closing date for applications 7th November 2014

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TRAFFIC is seeking a Coordinator (Anti-Trafficking) - Wildlife Crime Initiative (ideally based in South Africa, but would consider locating in one of our offices in Africa or Asia)

Excellent programme planning and implementation management are essential, as is fundraising experience and financial management skills for this challenging role.

More information and how to apply

Closing date for applications 13th November 2014

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TRAFFIC is seeking a Support Officer - Wildlife Crime Initiative (based Cambridge, UK)

You'll need strong organisational and communication skills along with experience in financial management for this vital co-ordination role.

More information and how to apply

Closing date for applications 13th November 2014