The World Wide Fund for Nature seeks the services of a consultant for the Development of WWF-DRC 5 years Country Strategic Plan. The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has been working in the Congo Basin in Central Africa for more than 20 years. Our mission is to stop the environmental degradation in the world and build a future where humans live in harmony with nature. For our country Communication in DRC - we are looking for a dynamic, enthusiastic and committed Consultant to coordinate the development of our 5 years Country Strategic Plan.
The Odzala-Kokoua National Park located in the Republic of Congo is managed through a Public Private partnership by African Parks Network. The park is looking for an expert/consultant for an independent evaluation of the first 5 years of activity. Experience in park management in Africa and good knowledge of English and French critical.
The World Wide Fund for Nature seeks a Communication Manager for its DRC Programme The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has been working in the Congo Basin in Central Africa for more than 20 years. For our country Communication in DRC - we are looking for a dynamic, enthusiastic and committed Communication Manager to implement an effective an efficient communication approach to support DRC conservation efforts and ensure WWF DRC’s conservation targets are met through strategic promotion of WWF DRC Brand among different audiences in the country and within the Network in line with the WWF – DRC Strategic Plan and Communication Strategy. Location: Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. Duration: 2 years renewable.
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 Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF), located 44km outside of Otjiwarongo, Namibia, is seeking a qualified individual to assist in the daily operation and development of its Scat Detection Dog programme. The programme uses dogs trained in detecting cheetah scat for rapid, non-invasive cheetah surveys. Scat (both cheetah and other carnivore) found and collected by the programme is analysed in CCF’s genetics laboratory and used in population level genetics studies, hormone studies, and ecological studies.
The Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) is recruiting for the position of Ecologist / Conservation Scientist at our research centre. The successful candidate will work on a range of projects requiring a mix of well-developed technical field and office-based skills. Currently the ecology team is responsible for delivering a wide range of projects include: understanding cheetah and other large carnivore distribution and density across Namibia; understanding the drivers behind human-wildlife conflict and suitable mitigation methods; community capacity building through educational training workshops.
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) is recruiting for the position of Conservation Scientist at KKWRC. The successful candidate will be primarily responsible for research to provide the Saudi Wildlife Authority with information that will assist in the effective conservation of biodiversity and management of protected areas of Saudi Arabia.
ZSL Cameroon are seeking an experienced Project Manager to lead the delivery and development of this ongoing project. The Project Manager will be responsible for implementing existing activities and expanding the scope of our work through strengthening of existing partnerships, exploring and developing new relationships within the sector, engaging at the policy level and building relationships with training/education institutions.
Zoological Society of London (ZSL) are seeking a Deputy Country Manager with extensive and relevant management and/or technical experience, to assist the Country Manager in leading the delivery and development of this exciting and rapidly expanding country programme.
Zoological Society of London (ZSL) 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.
Need 4 field assistants to aid in a joint postdoctoral/masters study examining the effects of urbanization on the diet, health, and spatial ecology of caracals (Caracal caracal) in an isolated patchy landscape in Cape Town, South Africa.
The Cape Leopard Trust and Conservation South Africa seek Predator Research Assistants to carry out field work for the Predator Ecology and Coexistence Experiment. We work with farmers near Namaqua National Park in the Northern Cape, South Africa to test predator control methods that facilitate reductions in livestock losses to predators while maintaining biological diversity.
Application deadline: Wednesday, 15 July 2015
Ever thought about living in a Wildlife Reserve in Africa? Have a history in the tourism industry and looking for a career break? This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for someone to apply your hospitality skills and leave your mark on a worthy eco-tourism project.
Application deadline: Saturday, 18 July 2015
Ever thought about living in a Wildlife Reserve in Africa? Are you a passionate marketer looking to make a difference? Perhaps you're looking for a career break or you're a recent graduate with a stand-out CV? This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for someone who is not only looking for experience in marketing but also wants to put their heart and soul into a project and leave their mark.
WWF-CAR seeks a Technical Advisor Conservation for the Dzanga Sangha Protected Areas complex, comprising the Dzanga Sangha Dense Forest Special Reserve with its various community use and other zones, and the Dzanga Ndoki National Park. This area is home to spectacular large mammals such as forest elephants, lowland gorillas and chimpanzees, bongo, buffalo, sitatunga, giant forest hogs and as well as a large variety of monkeys and duikers. The area is also home to exceptional diversity in other taxa.