The Purchasing and Procurement Officer is responsible for the physical organization of work within the national office. He/she is the person in charge of purchasing, logistics and supply for the WWF Cameroon Program. Interested candidates are invited to send their applications by Friday 31st December 2021.
Under the supervision of WWF Dzanga-Sangha Protected Area Director and in strong collaboration with all heads of department, the Technical Advisor is the technical and administrative monitoring officer for all ongoing projects in the DSPA. The incumbent does so by supporting the respective project managers/heads of departments in effective coordination, planning, management, implementation, monitoring and reporting of projects and activities. Deadline for applications: 03th January 2022.
COMIFAC Call for contributions - Transformational Change: Best Practices for Gender-responsive Biodiversity Policy and Action
Submissions can be in the form of a short summary (one to five pages) and can include previously prepared or published case studies. Information on initiatives operating at international, regional, national, sub-national or local level are all welcome. Photos of projects, as well as links to websites and videos can also be submitted. Please send your submission by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by 20 december 2021.
The successful candidate will manage and lead the Cameroon-based implementation of a 2-year project in coordination with the global project team. The Project Manager’s role is to ensure that the lines of effort across the entire project are cohesive. He/she will also lead in producing project outputs, including comprehensive reports of research findings and ensuring its appropriate dissemination. The Project Manager is also responsible for compiling donor reports, monitoring project budgets and timelines, and ensuring compliance with donor guidelines. Closing date: 13 December 2021
The successful candidate will assist in the management and implementation of a 2-year project. The Data Support Officer’s role is to support in ensuring that the lines of effort across the entire project are cohesive together with the Project Manager for Cameroon and other project staff globally. He/she will also be responsible of collecting data related to Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT) and Illegal Logging and Associated Trade (ILAT) issues. The candidate will support the production of project outputs, including comprehensive reports of research findings and ensuring its appropriate dissemination. Closing date: 12 December 2021
TRAFFIC: exciting Brussels-based vacancy for "Senior Officer – EU Policy and Partnerships for Central Africa"
This position will be responsible for supporting the understanding and political will-building of European / EU audiences on specific African wildlife trade-related strategies and commitments. It will also be responsible to provide guidance towards implementing these strategies and commitments as well as sharing experienced obstacles, hindrances and obstructions – and means how to overcome those issues. Deadline: 12 December 2021
WWF - Mapping of initiatives and opportunities for restoration of degraded landscapes around faro and Benoue National Parks
WWF Cameroon is looking for a Consultant for the Mapping of initiatives and opportunities for restoration of degraded landscapes around faro and Benoue National Parks. Interested candidates are invited to send their application by email to email@example.com by Tuesday, 30th November 2021.
Major Functions of this position : The incumbent is responsible for supervising the financial and administrative operations of the DSPA, in cooperation with the Finance Manager, the Logistics manager and the People & Culture Officer. Ensure the implementation of policies and procedures on all Finance, administration, HR auditing, management information systems, financial reporting and budgeting activities and internal controls of the DSPA. Location: Bayanga, Central African Republic. Deadline for applications: 30th November 2021.
WWF-CAR seeks a Medical Specialist whose major function will be to ensure the implementation of the medical activities and the medical quality of the projects. Location: Bayanga, CAR. Duration: 2 years renewable. Deadline for applications: 30th November 2021.
The JCB is responsible for overall day-to-day implementation of agreed ecological monitoring activities in Lobeke National Park. In this regard, he works under the direct technical supervision of the Jengi-TNS Technical Advisor and to some extent, the Program Manager for related activities. He is also expected to be responsible for all project equipment at his disposal for execution of field activities. He generally assists the Technical Advisor in the implementation of conservation activities in Lobeke National Park and overall management of the site. Deadline for applications: 23rd November 2021.