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Caroline Knightley, Head – Global HR

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Caroline Knightley, Head – Global HR

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Communications Support Officer – Digital

Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom (hybrid working possible)

Contract: 1 year

Part Time: 60% FTE

The Communications Support Officer – Digital will provide contribute to TRAFFIC’s organisational strategy by supporting the effective implementation of the communications strategy and programme deliverables. As part of the Communications Unit, the role will report to the Head of Communications however, close working with the Communications Support Manager will be paramount, as this role will be responsible for supporting the effective delivery of our International digital outputs and presence.

This role will uphold TRAFFIC’s brand identity and values, provide creative digital design solutions, support communicators within the network and deliver outputs that influence and inspire change for our planet.

For further information and how to apply please click here

Deadline: 3 October 2021

Anti-corruption Co-ordinator

Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom

Contract: 1 year (with possibility to extension)

Building on the substantial progress made under the Targeting Natural Resource Corruption (TNRC) project to date, the Anti-Corruption Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and leading TRAFFIC’s anti-corruption programme of work, with a focus on institutionalising anti-corruption into TRAFFIC. They will be expected to work closely with the TNRC implementing team in WWF-US to provide strategic and technical support and guidance on anti-corruption matters to TRAFFIC and other TNRC audiences staff across the globe, in alignment with the approved TNRC work plan. They will be responsible for ensuring that anti-corruption approaches are integrated into the TRAFFIC 2030 Strategy and TRAFFIC’s annual workplans.

The Anti-Corruption Coordinator will lead on and contribute towards a number of specific activities under the TNRC project as agreed in the Implementation Plans. This will include the production of Guidance and Technical Support outputs.

For further information and how to apply please click here

Deadline: 11th October 2021

Senior Project Manager

Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom

Contract: 2 years 

TRAFFIC has secured funding for project work investigating the convergence of conservation crimes, namely wildlife trafficking; illegal logging and associated trade; illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing; and the illegal extraction of and illegal trade in gold and other minerals, including precious metals and gemstones. The project aims to identify, analyze, and map the illicit networks associated with conservation crimes and understand the links, where they may exist, between the different trafficking networks associated with conservation crimes.

The Senior Project Manager will manage and coordinate the implementation of this 2-year research project that will be implemented in three target countries; Viet Nam, Cameroon and Brazil, and replicates work ongoing in Indonesia. The Senior Project Manager’s role is to ensure that the lines of effort across the entire project are cohesive. They will monitor project budgets and timelines, and ensure compliance with donor guidelines. 

For further information and how to apply please click here

Deadline: 16th October 2021

Senior Project Manager: Money Laundering and the Illegal Wildlife Trade

Location: Beijing, China

Contract: 2 years

The Senior Project Manager will manage a comprehensive project 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. The role will supervise and coordinate staff from our project partners who will provide technical support for legal analysis of AML laws and case analysis of wildlife trafficking and localize AML guidance for both law enforcement agencies and financial institutions. The Project Manager will be a key contact point for project implementation and reporting and will report directly to the Director of TRAFFIC China and liaise closely with Senior Manager-Anti-Trafficking and Enforcement and Policy advisor-Data Analyst from TRAFFIC Global Office in the UK.

For further information and how to apply please click here

Deadline: 17th October 2021

Programme Officer – Research and Analysis

Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom

Contract: 1 year 

The focus of this position is to conduct research and report writing to ensure the delivery of multiple projects related to the legal and illegal trade in wildlife, including fisheries and forestry products. 

The Programme Officer will lead on certain reports, and contribute to reports being led by others. They will use their strong research skills to identify information sources, analyse data, map supply chains, and present their findings in the most impactful way. The role will require frequent consultation of experts, both within TRAFFIC and with other organisations/agencies.

For further information and how to apply please click here

Deadline: 31 October 2021

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