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TRAFFIC staff in the National Park at the base of Mount Cameroon, Cameroon

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TRAFFIC staff in the National Park at the base of Mount Cameroon, Cameroon

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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

Information Technology Administrator

Location:  Cambridge, UK
Contract: 12 months
Apply by: 30 January 2022

The Information Technology Administrator will assist the Information and Communications Systems Manager with administrative tasks and some practical IT functions. TRAFFIC UK office has 45-50 staff based in Cambridge, but also has the responsibility to support the internal communications, shared platform and 365 software of staff in all offices worldwide. The Cambridge office has desktop support and server support provided by an external IT Support Company, but there are some IT tasks that can only be managed onsite.

We welcome applications for part-time work on a minimum of 28 hours per week.

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AFRICA: JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Senior Financial Crime Specialist

Location:  Accra, Ghana
Contract: 36 months
Apply by: 23 January 2022

This is a project management role with responsibility for the planning, delivery and reporting function of various initiatives under the financial crime component of the WABiLED project. The overall role of this position is to sensitize and capacity build with key stakeholders on the use of financial investigations and application of financial crime law, in the interdiction and conviction of wildlife crime offenders. The Financial Crime Specialist will also provide line management and co-ordination role to the two other TRAFFIC staff based in Accra.

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Project Manager – TWIX Western Africa

Location:  Accra, Ghana
Contract: 36 months
Apply by: 26 January 2022

The West Africa Biodiversity and Low Emissions Development (WABiLED) Program is a four-year program funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). WABiLED is implemented by Tetra Tech ARD with five subcontracting partners including TRAFFIC, Born Free USA, Winrock International, Re:wild and Dalberg Associates.

As part of its SOW under the WABiLED program, TRAFFIC will support the establishment of a Western Africa Trade in Wildlife Information eXchange (Western Africa-TWIX) network. 

The Project Manager has responsibility for the planning, implementation and reporting function of various activities under the Western Africa-TWIX initiative of the WABiLED project.

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Senior Project Manager – Wildlife trade and One Health

Location:  Arusha, Tanzania
Contract: 12 months
Apply by: 31 January 2022

The Senior Project Manager – Wildlife Trade and One Health will deliver relevant outputs and outcomes towards achieving a safe and sustainable supply of legal wild meat in Tanzania.

The SPM – WLT and One Health will lead the implementation of the project in collaboration with a range of partners, namely, the government of Tanzania, the East African Community, and the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Science, University of Edinburgh, UK. The role will be responsible for production of a disease risk analysis, field research, stakeholder workshops, and dissemination of outputs, including a blueprint for disease risk management. The SPM – WLT and One Health will also be responsible for compiling technical progress reports, monitoring the project budget and timelines, and ensuring compliance with donor guidelines.

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Project Officer

Location:  Pretoria, South Africa
Contract:  19 months with possibility of renewal
Apply by: 09 February 2022

The successful candidate will carry out technical and logistical project work and coordinate the planning, communication, and implementation of programmatic activities. The Project Officer will work closely with the GLO Project Manager, other TRAFFIC staff, and WWF partners to ensure that the project team operates effectively, on time and according to the donor’s requirements. The Project Officer is the key contact point for project implementation and reporting.

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ASIA: JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Data and Research Officer

Location:  Selangor, Malaysia
Apply by: 21 January 2022

The Data and Research Officer will support TRAFFIC’s research and analysis to enhance wildlife trade law enforcement, focusing on Asia. The officer will provide support for TRAFFIC’s wildlife law enforcement, including tasks in relation to the duties outlined below for the NORAD NICFI funded project, Leveraging legality along China’s timber supply to reduce deforestation.

The Officer will be responsible for the collection, input, interpretation and analysis of wildlife trade information, ensuring that this is recorded in an accurate and consistent manner into TRAFFIC’s WiTIS database.

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Programme Officer – Central Asia

Location:  Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Contract:  Fixed-term (20 months)
Apply by: 30 January 2022

TRAFFIC, in collaboration with Fauna and Flora International (FFI), the Association for the Conservation of Biodiversity of Kazakhstan (ACBK) and Ekomaktab, will be implementing a two-year project which aims to build law enforcement capacity and combat wildlife trafficking throughout Central Asia, including Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan.

The Programme Officer – Central Asia will support the successful implementation of the TRAFFIC activities under the FFI led INL Project “Strengthening Capacity & Fostering the Will to Combat Wildlife Crime in Central Asia“. The role will work in close collaboration with the lead organization FFI and all other project partners.

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Project Support Officer – Central Asia

Location:  Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Contract:  Fixed-term (20 months)
Apply by: 30 January 2022

TRAFFIC, in collaboration with Fauna and Flora International (FFI), the Association for the Conservation of Biodiversity of Kazakhstan (ACBK) and Ekomaktab, will be implementing a two-year project which aims to build law enforcement capacity and combat wildlife trafficking throughout Central Asia, including Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan.

The role of the Project Support Officer – Central Asia is to support the TRAFFIC staff in Central Asia in the implementation of the TRAFFIC activities under this project. The role will provide logistical, administrative and technical support as advised and manage the office.

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Project Officer - Money Laundering and Illegal Wildlife Trade

Location:  Beijing, China
Contract: 24 months
Apply by: 06 February 2022

The Project Officer will support the Line Manager to effectively and successfully implement the TRAFFIC activities funded by the INL project which focused on improving China’s capacity on applying expertise in anti-money laundering (AML) approaches - powerful tools to tackle the illegal wildlife trade (IWT) that facilitates and is fed by wildlife crime.

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Supply Reduction Manager

Location:  Beijing, China
Contract: 24 months
Apply by: 06 February 2022

The Supply Reduction Manager is responsible to manage and implement the projects related to IWT under the supervision of the Programme Office Director. This position is especially responsible for market research, collaboration with government authorities and private sector. The role leads the development of SR proposals and information exchange related to wildlife trade with TRAFFIC Global/regional/country offices, and donor offices as well.

The Project Manager will be a key contact point for IWT project implementation and reporting and will report directly to the Director of TRAFFIC China and liaise closely with Database manager from TRAFFIC Global Office in the UK.

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Supply Reduction Officer

Location:  Beijing, China
Contract: 24 months
Apply by: 06 February 2022

The Supply Reduction Officer will implement the projects related to IWT under the guidance of the Line Manager. This position is especially focused on market monitoring, data input and analysis, research report writing, and intelligence sharing with law enforcement agencies.

The role also supports Line Manager to develop SR proposals, prepare technical reports, and exchange information related to wildlife trade.

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consultancies and tenders

Tender for the Elephant Trade Information System (ETIS)

Tenders by: 1 February 2022 via email Enable JavaScript to view protected content.

ETIS is an international database system designed and managed by TRAFFIC. The ETIS database holds the details of seizures or confiscations of elephant ivory and other elephant specimens reported to occur since 1989. 

ETIS Online (etisonline.org) is a browser-based database written in Ruby using the Rails framework and supported with R scripts to implement certain data testing and reporting functions. It provides authorised users with the ability to submit and review ETIS data online and to access and download data and reports relating to their country.

Details here

Request for Proposals for: Wood ID Development and Forestry Info App for the project ”Leveraging legality along China’s timber supply to reduce deforestation”

Proposals by: 31 January 2022 via email to Enable JavaScript to view protected content. and Enable JavaScript to view protected content.

This tender is part of the project implementation funded by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD) under their Norway International Climate and Forest Initiative (NICFI) programme.

We want to engage a leading agency or agencies via tender procurement to develop a Wood ID tool and Forestry Info App for use by target groups, comprising of government enforcement agency officers, such as forestry department, revenue, customs, transport, industry, especially those working on the frontlines.

Details here      

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