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职业 寻找当前加入我们全球性团队的机会

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随着我们全球工作的广度和范围的扩大,我们的组织正在迅速发展。

我们一直在寻找有才能、有奉献精神、有热情的人,他们和我们一样热爱大自然,愿意帮助我们实现机构的愿景。无论你的背景或经验如何,我们都想听听你的意见。浏览下方的列表,了解当前的全职工作和志愿者的机会。

Caroline Knightley, Head – Global HR

TRAFFIC是一个充满活力、充满激情和多样化的组织,以拥有一个由不同领域的专家们组成的专业团队而自豪。

Caroline Knightley, Head – Global HR

当前的职位招募

Media Support Manager

Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom   

Contract: Indefinite

TRAFFIC is seeking an experienced Media Support Manager to join its Global communications team based in Cambridge, UK. The successful candidate will manage day-to-day international media enquiries by collaborating with key spokespeople within the organisation, whilst also writing engaging and impactful press releases for distribution to key stakeholders and media outlets.

The candidate must have professional experience within the communications field, a degree in media studies or similar communications discipline, strong written skills and an ability to work well under pressure and to tight deadlines.

Deadline for applications is the 7th February 2021.

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Senior Programme Officer

Location: Selangor, Malaysia

The main function of this position is to provide technical input and leadership to the TRAFFIC Soutrheast Asia regional programme as well as managment of key projects. This role is focused on the management, implementation and delivery of projects, coordination and engagament with key partners from goverments, donors, NGO's and other relevant stakeholders, as well as oversight and supervision of staff and/or consultants. As such the senior programme officer s expected to be aware of the full breadth of TRAFFICs programmes.

For more information and how to apply please click here.

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TO CONDUCT FORMATIVE RESEARCH ON CONSUMER DEMAND FOR WILDLIFE PARTS AND PRODUCTS

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.

For more information and details on how to apply, please click here

To adapt existing ROUTES’ role-specific e-Modules into four languages using provided translated text.

The USAID Reducing Opportunities for Unlawful Transport of Endangered Species (ROUTES) Partnership brings together transport and logistics companies, government agencies, development groups, law enforcement, conservation organizations, academia and donors to disrupt wildlife trafficking activities, and forms a key element of the concerted international response to addressing wildlife poaching and associated criminal activities worldwide. 

At the heart of ROUTES is a core group of partners collaborating with the U.S. Government and the transport sector that includes Airports Council International (ACI), the Center for Advanced Defense Studies (C4ADS), the International Air Transport Association (IATA), TRAFFIC and WWF. The Partnership is funded by USAID and coordinated by TRAFFIC.

The ROUTES Partnership has developed a range of training tools for staff working across the global transport sector.   These include six 30-minute e-Modules targeted at those working in situations deemed most likely to be able to detect wildlife trafficking in the aviation sector, i.e. Passenger Check-in staff, Passenger Screeners, Cabin Crew, Cargo Acceptance staff, Cargo and Baggage Screeners and Ground Handlers.  These are currently only available in English. 

In the effort to increase the ability of training teams to deliver the training material and improve access to and use of the resources by non-English speakers, the current suite of e-Modules will be adapted into four languages (Simplified Chinese, French, Brazilian Portuguese and Latin American Spanish).

The successful applicant of this tender will be required to adapt each of the existing ROUTES’ role-specific e-Modules in the four languages using provided translated text.

For more information and details on how to apply, please click here

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Download our Received Tender Q&A here

Extended deadline for submission:  Sunday 17th January 2021

M&E Consultant

TRAFFIC a, South African non-profit organization based in Pretoria, is implementing a wildlife crime focused project, “Development of a Comprehensive Mentoring Programme for Junior Wildlife Investigators in South Africa” supported by the U.S. Department of State – Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement.

Between 2016 and 2018, TRAFFIC implemented a pilot project on junior investigator mentoring in four provinces in South Africa. This project aims to build on the successes of the pilot project, expand the mentoring programme to all nine provinces in South Africa, and set out a structure for continued mentoring of junior wildlife investigators beyond the life of the project, and which is not dependent on donor funding.

The successful candidate will serve as an internal evaluator and work with programme and project staff to monitor and evaluate the programme’s mentoring components.  The selected service provider will be responsible for reviewing and contributing to the M&E framework, developing an approach to collect, analyse and interpret the framework’s data, and use these data to encourage team reflection,  learning, improve the programme, and contribute to quarterly reports to the donor. In addition, the person/team will assess the mentoring programme in each province, and design and implement one final evaluation.

The potential candidate/consulting firm should be familiar with the South African environmental context, US Department of State reporting requirements, and have extensive experience developing M&E frameworks, designing and facilitating theory of change and theory of action processes, and bring knowledge of how to measure mentoring programmes in the environmental sector. Experience with Developmental Evaluation is an advantage.

TRAFFIC anticipates an average two days a month for 20 months, starting in February 2021 and ending September 2022. If interested, please submit CV(s) for the person or team, including an overall budget that includes two short trips to Gauteng, and short trips to five other provinces.

Please submit all applications or queries to Richard Wilks, TRAFFIC Project manager, via email to Enable JavaScript to view protected content.

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