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Research Officer

Contract: Fixed Term (2 years)

Location: Pretoria, South Africa

This position is supporting a project on Reducing trade threats to Africa’s wild species and ecosystems (RETTA) through strengthened knowledge and action in Africa and beyond’. The role holder is responsible for undertaking relevant research on wildlife trade, within the South Africa regions. The role holder will identify actions designed to reduce illegal or unsustainable trade within Africa and between Africa, Asia, other regions and major international wildlife markets. Work will require applying an insight-led, results-oriented and collaborative approach.


The role holder must have strong research and analytical background including research in the field and be fluent in written/spoken English and French.


For further details and how to apply: https://hrms.iucn.org/iresy/index.cfm?event=vac.show&vacId=1496

Deadline for applications: 12th March 2017

 

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Programme Officer

Contract: Fixed Term (2 years)

Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom

This position assists in the development and implementation of the TRAFFIC global programme in Europe, including proposal development and fund-raising. The role holder will research a wide range of wildlife trade topics, including collection and analysis of data and information on wildlife trade and conservation, and assists in the development and implementation of research projects including the writing of reports on wildlife trade concerning Europe.

The role holder must have strong research, analytical and organisational skills, with attention to detail and significant experience in investigating and researching wildlife trade issues. Knowledge of relevant EU legislation and CITES is essential. This role is only eligible for those that are allowed to live and work in the United Kingdom.

For further details and how to apply: https://hrms.iucn.org/iresy/index.cfm?event=vac.show&vacId=1494

Deadline for applications: 15th March 2017

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Wildlife Trade Data Analyst - Africa

Contract: Fixed Term (1 year)

Location: Pretoria, South Africa

The Wildlife Trade Analyst-Africa will be responsible for the accurate input of wildlife trade data into TRAFFIC’s database, a task that will require accurate referencing and evaluation.  Data entered will enable the production of informative outputs on wildlife trade dynamics and will be developed in collaboration with other TRAFFIC staff. Additional research will be required to determine whether the trade data is accurate and adequately referenced. Wildlife trade dynamic reports will be produced for circulation to conservation practitioners including those responsible for regulation of the trade, for action and follow up.   


The role holder must have experience with compilation and analysis of data in Excel and with GIS software and have an eye for detail and a keen interest and ability to recognise connections between data This role is only eligible for those that are allowed to live and work in South Africa.

For further details and how to apply:https://hrms.iucn.org/iresy/index.cfm?event=vac.show&vacId=1504

Deadline for applications: 21st March 2017

 

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Consultancy Opportunities

We sometimes have consultancy work for one of our regional offices. Please see any current available work below.

 

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