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
Finance System Implementation Support Accountant
Location: Cambridge, UK
Apply by: 10 December 2023
We are looking for a Finance System Implementation Support Accountant who will be supporting the successful introduction of the new finance system Aqilla, including preparing and checking data, system configuration tasks, engagement with stakeholders and training provided during the implementation phase as well as post-implementation.
The role will report to and work closely with the project leader - Finance Systems and Reporting Manager.
AFRICA: JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Project Manager – INL Project
Location: Yaounde, Cameroon
Apply by: 23 November 2023
The newly agreed two-year INL project ‘Combatting the facilitators of the illegal wildlife trade in Cameroon’ addresses issues of capacity within the private and public sectors to identify, investigate and prosecute cases of financial crime linked to wildlife trafficking, including money laundering, tax evasion and corruption in Cameroon. It also aims to improve collaboration between the private and public sectors and with law enforcement counterparts in Nigeria.
We are looking for a Project Manager who will be responsible for overseeing the delivery of the above two-year INL funded project in Cameroon. The position will be responsible for delivering quality project outputs on time and within budget, as well as supporting development of the work in TRAFFIC Central Africa’s wider strategy, creating synergy between this project and other relevant work across Cameroon and Nigeria.
ASIA: JOB OPPORTUNITIES
consultancies and tenders
National Expert To Assist In Conducting - A Study On The Establishment Of A National Database Related To The Illegal Trade Of Wildlife In Madagascar
As part of the TRAFFIC project to combat corruption and wildlife-related crime (CCWT Project), the organization is seeking a consultant to conduct a feasibility assessment for the establishment of a national database system on the illegal trade of wildlife (WILDTICS) and the main challenges associated with the effective implementation and use of this national database. The project aims, among other things, to better understand the dynamics, trends, and risks associated with WILDTICS.
The consultant will be involved in assessing the feasibility of implementing a national database system for the illegal wildlife trade and evaluating the challenges related to the implementation of the database system.
Duration: 30 days
Find full details(English& French) here
International Expert To Conduct - A Study On The Establishment Of A National Database Related To The Illegal Trade Of Wildlife In Madagascar
As part of the TRAFFIC Countering Corruption and Wildlife Crime project, TRAFFIC is looking for a consultant to assess the feasibility of establishing a national database system related to Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT) and the main challenges in the effective implementation and use of the national database. The project aims, inter alia, to build a better understanding of the dynamics, trends, and risks associated with IWT.
The consultant will assess the feasibility of implementing a IWT national database system and provide comprehensive recommendations on the establishment and implementation of the database system, considering challenges in data collection, analysis, and dissemination. More specifically, the international consultant will work as part of the TRAFFIC team, in collaboration with a national consultant, to assess the existing systems for collecting and analyzing data on IWT, carry out a feasibility study on an IWT national database, and propose measures for the implementation and long-term operation in case it is feasible.
Duration: 30 days
Find full details(French& English) here