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Behaviour change l Conservation awareness l Enforcement

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Iconic wildlife

Apes l Bears l Deer l Elephants l Leopards l Marine turtles l Pangolins l Reptiles l Rhinos l Sharks & rays l Tigers l others

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Forestry

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Medicinal and aromatic plants

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CBD l CITES l CMS

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Programme Officer, Social and Behavioural Change Communications (SBCC)

 

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Contract: Fixed Term contract (2 years)

This exciting opportunity would suit candidates with experience delivering behavioural change projects, or with skills designing creative communications for social or environmental impact in Asia.

This is a key position within a professional, geographically dispersed but inter-connected team. The ideal candidate will thrive on delivering a high-profile portfolio of work co-ordinated by TRAFFIC across Asia. Focal countries include China, Thailand and Viet Nam, although engagement with other countries may be required. Frequent travel should be expected.

A focal responsibility will be to support a Social and Behavioural Change (SBCC) ‘Community of Practice’ (CoP - here), to embed behavioural science principles in conservation communications. Priority deliverables will build on the ‘Changing Behaviour to Reduce Demand for Illegal Wildlife Products’ Workshop (here), and contribute to the USAID-supported Wildlife TRAPS project (here).

Although the deliverables themselves are fixed, the post-holder will be able to shape and develop content according to CoP needs and opportunities. The ability to manage working relationships and regular engagement with CoP members from a variety of professional backgrounds – e.g. behavioral economists, social psychologists, consumer analysts, luxury goods sector retailers, as well as creative brand management, advertising and marketing specialists – will be essential.

We are looking for someone with experience in behavioural change in Asia who can identify innovative solutions in changing consumer choice. You with need proven skills as a researcher and analyst. Excellent written and spoken English is also essential. 

For further information and how to apply Click here for more details

Deadline for applications: 23rd June 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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