CEO required for non-profit conservation and environmental education organization in Botswana. The successful applicant will be required to manage all aspects of the Reserve and requires sound knowledge and demonstrated ability in managing conservation areas, environmental education, tourism activities and organizational financial management.
The Laikipia Nature Conservancy & Gallmann Memorial Foundation are seeking a Security Manager. The position will be field based at the Laikipia Nature Conservancy in West Laikipia. The Security Managers role will be to manage security and wildlife activities on the Conservancy using current rangers as well as expanding the current security force. The Security Manager will report to and be supervised and supported by the Executive Director of the Laikipia Nature Conservancy.
ZSL is seeking an experienced, innovative and adaptable individual to oversee all aspects of ZSL’s work in engaging with local communities within the Dja landscape and around Deng Deng national park under our Darwin Initiative and IWT challenge fund projects. The post-holder will also provide technical input on project development, design, delivery and reporting. The successful candidate will assist with maintaining existing and developing new relationships and partnerships with relevant stakeholders, including Cameroonian authorities, donor agencies, local and international NGOs, private sector actors, research institutions and local communities.
WWF-DRC is seeking an experienced and qualified Landscape Rural Development Manager who will oversee the development and implementation of a rural development strategy in the periphery of Salonga National Park.
The WWF/ICCN partnership is seeking a very capable individual who appreciates the challenges of working in a remote African National Park and can find appropriate solutions that keep the field staff operational and therefore better able to protect the parks resources.
SANCCOB – a leading seabird conservation organisation based in Table View, Cape Town seeks to employ a caring, compassionate Bird Rehabilitator to join their energetic and dedicated team on a full-time basis.
The Programme Manager will work closely with the Programme Director and will focus primarily on identifying funding opportunities for ongoing conservation, community outreach and education projects as well as the day to day operational costs of the sanctuary. The programme manager will also be in charge of running the eco-tourism activities at the sanctuary and of planning and carrying out events and fundraisers.
The Director directs the overall strategic planning, park and zoo operations, capital programming, public programming, development and marketing and communication strategies for the organization. S/He works with on all governance issues, board development, and on financial planning and budgeting strategy to ensure a strong stable organization.
African Parks has renewed its management agreement with the ICCN to manage Garamba NP and it periphery for an additional 10 years and is on the lookout for a good French speaking General Manager to lead its team. The General Manager’s role is based in the greater Garamba area, living permanently on-site at the park headquarters in Nagero.
Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary requires a resident veterinarian to take over from the current veterinarian, per July 2016. The veterinarian is responsible for the daily health and welfare of almost 80 chimpanzees and also undertakes additional tasks to support the overall daily operation of the sanctuary.
HoA-REC&N’s and IFAW’s Wildlife Crime (WLC) programmes are looking for a competent programme coordinator to assist in the implementation of WLC programme components in Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, South Sudan and Uganda, in close collaboration with the Horn of Africa Climate Change Programme coordinator. Applicants from Djibouti, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and Uganda are encouraged to apply.
SANCCOB, a leading marine conservation non-profit organization, seeks to employ a Marine Ranger to join their dynamic team. The incumbent will be responsible for maintaining a high quality service to SANCCOB, CapeNature and the Overstrand Municipality by upholding their conservation mandate. The position will be based at Stony Point in Betty’s Bay.
SANCCOB, a leading marine conservation non-profit organization, seeks to employ a Preparedness and Response Manager to join their dynamic team in Table View, Cape Town. The Preparedness and Response Manager will be responsible for the management of SANCCOB’s oiled wildlife preparedness and response portfolio and will report to the Executive Director of SANCCOB. Applications are invited.
Zoological Society of London are seeking an individual with extensive management experience to lead and drive forward this rapidly expanding country programme. The successful candidate will be ZSL’s representative in Cameroon and be responsible for the effective implementation of ZSL’s conservation work in the country.