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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

Programme Coordination Officer

Location: Cambridge UK 
Contract:  24 Months 
Apply by: 16 April 2023

We are looking for an enthusiastic and organised person to join our team as  Programme Coordination Officer, this position works across TRAFFIC’s programme, supporting the coordination of global programme-level periodic monitoring and reporting of performance and results against TRAFFIC Strategy, and supporting the coordination of the annual programme work planning process. This position implements the Programme Information Management and Monitoring System and plays an important role in fostering learning and knowledge sharing among programme staff across the organization.

The Programme Coordination Officer will work closely with the Strategy, Programme and Impact team, Programme Coordination Team, Global Programme Group and TRAFFIC’s programme offices.

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AFRICA: JOB OPPORTUNITIES

ASIA: JOB OPPORTUNITIES

consultancies and tenders

Consultant to conduct legislative, policy reviews and practices on local communities’ involvement in CITES and CBD decision-making and implementations.

Under its Voices for Diversity (VfD) project, TRAFFIC seeks a consultant to conduct legislative and policy reviews and practices regarding communities’ participation in CITES and CBD decision-making processes and implementation in Madagascar. The VfD program, funded by SIDA (the Swedish government agency for development cooperation), aims to make biodiversity conservation policy and processes inclusive and responsive at the local, national, regional, and global levels while enhancing environmental sustainability and poverty reduction. 

In this context, TRAFFIC is seeking a consultant to conduct a legislative, policy and practical review of the local communities’ involvement within CITES and CBD decision-making processes and implementation. The communities’ participation will be assessed at different levels, from the legal protection of communities rights to participation in the implementation of these conventions, for instance, the involvement in the value chain of CITES-listed species; consultation with communities on non-detriment findings; their involvement in the preparation of national positions on CITES agenda issues, and participation in CITES meetings at national and global levels.

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Consultant pour l’évaluation de la participation des communautés locales aux processus de prise de décision et de mise en œuvre de la CITES et de la CDB

Dans le cadre du projet Voices for Diversity (VfD) financé par l’Agence suédoise de coopération internationale pour le développement (SIDA), TRAFFIC est à la recherche d’un consultant pour mener une évaluation du cadre législatif et politique ainsi que les pratiques existantes sur la participation des communautés locales aux processus de prise de décision et de mise en œuvre de la Convention sur le commerce international des espèces de faune et de flore sauvages menacées d'extinction (CITES) et de la Convention sur la Diversité Biologique (CDB) à Madagascar.

Le programme VfD, a comme principal but d’instaurer une politique de conservation de biodiversité plus inclusive et adaptée aux niveaux local, national, régional et international tout en améliorant la durabilité environnementale et la réduction de la pauvreté.

Dans ce contexte, TRAFFIC est à la recherche d’un(e) consultant(e) pour mener une évaluation de la participation des communautés locales dans les processus de prise de décision et de mise en œuvre de la CITES et de la CDB. Cette participation sera évaluée à plusieurs niveaux, depuis la protection juridique des droits des communautés au niveau national; la participation des communautés à la chaîne de production et de valeur des espèces inscrites à la CITES et celle des espèces protégées au niveau national; la consultation avec les communautés sur les projets d’inscription à la CITES, sur les avis de commerce non préjudiciable; leur implication dans la préparation des positions nationales sur les principaux sujets de la Conférence des Parties de la CITES et de la CDB et la participation des communautés aux réunions et conférences au niveau international. 

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