Wildlife Trade Specialists

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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 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 current paid and voluntary opportunities.

Caroline Knightley, Head – Global HR

TRAFFIC is a dynamic, passionate, and diverse organisation which prides itself on having a dedicated team of varied specialists in their fields

Caroline Knightley, Head – Global HR

Job Opportunities

Programme Officer

Location: Selangor, Malaysia

The main purpose of this job is to ensure effective management and delivery of projects. This will be achieved primarily through the collection, compilation and analysis of information on wildlife trade and ensuring that this information is used appropriately to engage with target stakeholders to address wildlife trade concerns as it applies to Southeast Asia. The role will include, among others, field research, project development, management and implementation, engagement with governments and key partners, data analysis, report writing and oversight of consultants and volunteers.

Further details and how to apply 

Closing date for applications: 11th December 2020

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TRAFFIC is a leading non-governmental organisation working globally on trade in wild animals and plants in the context of both biodiversity conservation and sustainable development. Our team of staff around the world carry out research, investigations and analysis to compile the evidence we use to catalyse action by governments, businesses and individuals, in collaboration with a wide range of partners, to help ensure that wildlife trade is not a threat to the conservation of nature. Unsustainable consumer demand for wildlife products is a leading cause for the threats facing many species across the world. TRAFFIC has been at the forefront of innovation within the field of Social and Behavioural Change Communications (SBCC), running various projects with relevant stakeholders targeting specific consumers of a variety of threatened wildlife. TRAFFIC uses the SBCC approach that includes market and consumer research to guide campaign design.

The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) is an international conservation charity working to create a world where wildlife thrives. From investigating the health threats facing animals to helping people and wildlife live alongside each other, ZSL is committed to bringing wildlife back from the brink of extinction through science, field conservation around the world, and engaging millions of people through ZSL’s two Zoos, ZSL London and ZSL Whipsnade Zoos. ZSL’s global Pangolin Programme has pioneered research, law enforcement capacity building, community engagement, and policy advocacy. ZSL also hosts the IUCN SSC Pangolin Specialist Group. Since 2015, ZSL Thailand’s Pangolin Project, with DNP, has been working to improve the understanding and protection of pangolins at the source through monitoring, strengthening enforcement, and engaging local communities as pangolin protectors.

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