The first call for proposals for Small Technical Grants for Assessment (STGA) is now open until 29 January 2021. It is an open ended-call and proposals will be reviewed on a rolling basis in order of their receipt.
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Cameroon Seeks a Mechanic-Driver
The Mechanic Driver is responsible for the over all maintenance and technical follow up of the status of all program vehicles and motorbikes.
Ensure the efficient and cost-effective maintenance and repair of the Lobeke National Park vehicles, motorbikes and engine boats.
Interested candidates are invited to send their applications by Friday, 25th of June 2021.
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The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Cameroon Seeks an Accounting and Finance Intern for its Jengi TRIDOM Programme
In a spirit of excellence, integrity, and dedication, the Finance Department is committed to providing timely, accurate, clear and complete information, and support for Conservation Department’s overall goals to be achieved by the Cameroon Country Programme Office (CCPO). Deadline for applications: 28th November 2020.
AWF seeks to hire a Country Manager who will be responsible for providing overall leadership, strategic focus, management and accountability for AWF's programs in Cameroon. He/she will be expected to maintain strong lines of communication with several other senior management positions, particularly on program, policy, strategy, fundraising, impact and species protection programmes.
The World Wide Fund (WWF) seeks to recruit an Environmental and Social Safeguarding Coordinator who will assist in championing the development and implementation process of Environmental and Social Safeguards (ESS) guidelines, framework, projects and programme as well as promote Social Policies across all programmes. In addition, he/she will support other staff regarding social screening of programmes and capacity building of WWF Kenya staff and partners. Closing date: 18th November 2020.
WRI Africa is seeking a highly motivated, experienced, and visionary Agricultural Sustainability Expert. In this position, he/she will execute a project that aims at a broader, systemic shift toward the more widespread adoption of sustainable and regenerative agricultural technologies and practices that balance the economic, environmental, and social aspects of farming and create a resilient farming system in Ethiopia.
WCS is seeking a Regional Forests and Climate Change Lead to provide technical and program development support in the implementation of WCS's climate change and forest protection strategy in the Congo Basin. Application Deadline: 30 November 2020.
Under the supervision of the Regional Biomonitoring Coordinator, and in close collaboration with the Congo Basin Biomonitoring Officer, the national teams and field projects, the Congo Basin Biomonitoring Intern will mainly focus on SMART (Spatial Monitoring and Reporting Tool) approach data compilation and reporting at regional level. Deadline for applications: 3rdJanuary 2021.
This position provides support to the management of the Central Africa project portfolio to ensure that project implementing teams operate effectively, on time and according to donor requirements. The Assistant Officer - Administrative and Project Support will work closely with Project Managers, Finance, the Global Project Support Unit in Cambridge, and wider project implementation teams. He/She is a key internal contact point for implementation and reporting issues. Closing date: 22 November 2020.
Preparation of an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) and Environmental and Social Mitigation Framework (ESMF) for the Lobeke (Cameroon) and Dzanga Sangha (Central African Republic) Landscapes
The consultant will be asked to focus on two landscapes (hereafter collectively referred to as the “project”) that - although covering two separate countries – are geographically adjacent. The two landscapes are Lobéké (Cameroon) and Dzanga Sangha (Central African Republic). Registation deadline: Friday, November 13, 2020.
This training, organized by IFED in partnership with Queen's University (Ontario, Canada), will be facilitated by trainers and high-level professionals with proven (many years) experience in the field of training and management of protected areas. Registation deadline: October 26, 2020.