The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is requesting Expressions of Interest from consultants or consultancy teams to lead the national project development and documentation process for the GEF-7 Enduring Earth project in Gabon. Deadline : September 30, 2022.
The Senior associate, Gender & Human Rights is mainly responsible of strengthening the economic and social rights of women, youth and indigenous people through engagement in community-based and environmentally sustainable landscape management. The Senior Associate will support Rainforest Alliance landscapes & communities projects in Cameroon with the purpose of strengthening and sustain economic and social rights of adult women and youth through engagement in community-based and environmentally sustainable landscape management decisions and income-generating activities.
The Associate, Member Monitoring is responsible for conducting regular field monitoring visits of Rainforest Alliance Certificate Holders (members) in Cameroon to understand their progress in implementing Rainforest Alliance standard requirements with a focus on deforestation risk monitoring. Deadline: September 11, 2022
WWF Cameroon is seeking for the following positions: 02 (two) Business & Industries Volunteers (Area of action:TRIDOM landscape, Cameroon); 03 (three) business and Industries Assistant to be based at Yaounde/Mintom/Yokadouma. Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications by Tuesday, 06th September 2022.
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Cameroon seeks a Consultant for the Communal Forest and the surrounding Community Forests in Yokadouma
The consultant shall produce the following: A working methodology to be validated together with WWF; An evaluation report including the following chapters: Summary, abstract, list of tables, figures and photos, list of acronyms, context and rationale for the evaluation, methodology, results, conclusion and recommendations. The report should not exceed 35 pages. Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications by email by Monday , 05th September 2022.
WWF is looking for a dynamic and committed Conservation Manager who will lead the development, implementation and coordination of WWF conservation programs in (RoC). Ensure the ongoing alignment of the WWF RoC strategic and conservation plans with national priorities including strong delivery on the WWF RoC Conservation key performance indicators. Deadline for sending applications: August 26th 2022.
As part of the Salonga Program team, the Salonga Partnership Coordinator will be responsible for partnership and communication activities related to Salonga National Park and the broader landscape under the supervision of the Salonga Park Director/Landscape Lead. Interested candidates should email a cover letter (with at least 3 references) and curriculum vitae by August, 14 2022.
WWF is looking for a dynamic and committed Finance Administrator to support conservation efforts. The Finance administrator of the Salonga Programme will oversee the implementation of administrative procedures and financial control of the Programme. He/she will be based at least 30% of the time in Monkoto (WWF headquarters of SNP). He /She shall be in charge of developing and harmonising administrative and financial procedures and supervise administrative and logistics staff of the Programme in collaboration with the local Human Resources Office. He/she shall be in charge of developing financial reports and supporting the budget development for funding proposals. Interested candidates should email a cover letter (with at least 3 references) and curriculum vitae, by August, 10, 2022.
WWF is looking for a dynamic and committed Conservation director to support conservation efforts. The Conservation Director supports the delivery of transformational and lasting conservation impact by building and leading WWF – DRC’s Conservation Programme, ensuring coherent integration of thematic and geographical programmes as presented in the Country Strategic Plan. He/she provides advice to the DRC Country Director on pertinent conservation issues in the country. He/she leads the tactical direction of DRC’s Conservation Agenda in partnership with key international, governmental and local partners... Interested candidates should email a cover letter (with at least 3 references) and curriculum vitae by August, 28 2022.
The JRS Biodiversity Foundation invites the submission of concept notes for project funding from sub-Saharan Africa to enhance capacity for mobilization, and for the use and dissemination of biodiversity data in support of policymaking for sustainable development. JRS grants are open to institutions based in sub-Saharan Africa. Concept notes must be submitted by 31 July 2022 through the JRS website. Following review of the concept notes, JRS will invite applicants successful in this round to submit a full proposal.