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got what it takes to take action on wildlife?

Our organisation is growing rapidly as we expand the breadth and scope of our global conservation action.

We’re a diverse multicultural and multilingual organisation with more than 150 colleagues around the world. As an equal opportunities’ employer, we aim to provide a supportive and flexible environment that encourages productivity, creativity and collaboration. We apply objective criteria to ensure our colleagues are fairly selected, assessed and treated on the basis of their merits, abilities and experience.

We're always looking for talented, dedicated and enthusiastic individuals who share our passion for the natural world and want to help us achieve our conservation vision. Whatever your background or experience, we want to hear from you. Explore our current listings below for our paid and voluntary opportunities.

UK and EUROPE: JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Project Administration Officer

Location: Cambridge, UK
Contract: 18 Months
Apply by: 21 August 2022

We are looking for a Project Administration Officer who will be responsible for ensuring the consistent and efficient administration for projects in which TRAFFIC International has financial and reporting responsibilities. The position works closely with various members of the Project Support Unit in Cambridge and throughout TRAFFIC.

The role is the key contact point with external donors for contractual and reporting issues.  

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Project Officer – Wildlife Trade and Supply Chain Management

Location: Cambridge, UK or Hanoi, Vietnam
Contract: 1 year
Apply by: 7 August 2022

TRAFFIC, in partnership with IUCN-US and through funding from the US Agency for International Development (USAID) has been successfully implementing the ‘Wildlife Trafficking, Response, Assessment, Priority Setting’ (USAID Wildlife-TRAPS) Project since February 2013. The project logic is underpinned by an assumption that by improving transparency and traceability of wildlife supply chains, the identification, assessment and mitigation of zoonotic disease risk can be enhanced. 

The Project Officer will lead the development and piloting of interventions based on TRAFFIC’s assessment of existing systems and how they can be strengthened and adapted to support disease risk reduction in tandem with legality, sustainability and traceability of the trade in wildlife.

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AFRICA: JOB OPPORTUNITIES

ASIA: JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Data and Research Officer

Location: Hanoi, Vietnam
Contract:  12 Months (With possibility of renewal)
Apply by: 31 July 2022

TRAFFIC in Viet Nam works closely with consumer groups, CSOs, and the government, providing critical information on the impacts of trade, motivating efforts to increase the environmental sustainability of trade in wild species, and helping to improve enforcement of international wildlife trade controls.

We are looking for a Survey Officer who will be responsible for activities related to the physical and online market, including conceptualizing, designing, developing methodology, analyzing data, reporting, and follow-up actions.

The role will design, plan and carry out physical and online market surveys to acquire information about the illegal wildlife trade; and will develop plans/protocols, budgets, and questions for surveys;

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Project Officer – Wildlife Trade and Supply Chain Management

Location: Hanoi, Vietnam or Cambridge, UK 
Contract: 1 year
Apply by: 7 August 2022

TRAFFIC, in partnership with IUCN-US and through funding from the US Agency for International Development (USAID) has been successfully implementing the ‘Wildlife Trafficking, Response, Assessment, Priority Setting’ (USAID Wildlife-TRAPS) Project since February 2013. The project logic is underpinned by an assumption that by improving transparency and traceability of wildlife supply chains, the identification, assessment and mitigation of zoonotic disease risk can be enhanced. 

The Project Officer will lead the development and piloting of interventions based on TRAFFIC’s assessment of existing systems and how they can be strengthened and adapted to support disease risk reduction in tandem with legality, sustainability and traceability of the trade in wildlife.

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Timber Support Officer

Location: Beijing, China 
Contract: 2 years
Apply by: 15 August 2022

We are looking for a Timber Support Officer who will implement projects related to timber and other sustainable wildlife trade in TRAFFIC China.

This position is focused on (The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation) NORAD project delivery, including providing technical inputs and updated information about related concepts, technologies,and trends of timber and other sustainable wildlife trade in China and globally.  

The role also supports communication with partners including organizations, companies, institutions, the government and other NGOs as needed.

Please find further details here to apply please send your CV via email  to Enable JavaScript to view protected content.

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