Following an initial call for proposals launched in March 2022, the RESSAC coordination committee is calling on scientific and academic institutions from Central African and European countries, as well as on forest and environmental resource managers from Central Africa, to form a grouping and submit research proposals for RESSAC funding. For this second call for proposals, the RESSAC programme will favour research proposals relating to the social and/or economic sciences. Proposals should be sent by 15 April 2023 at the latest.
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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WWF Gabon is looking for a dynamic and committed Conservation Manager who will lead the development, implementation and coordination of WWF conservation programs; Ensure the ongoing alignment of the WWF Gabon strategic and conservation plans with national priorities including strong delivery on the WWF Gabon Conservation key performance indicators. Deadline for sending applications: February 28th 2023. The persons applying must have the legal rights to work in Gabon.
The position will be a part of the senior management team and support the Country Director by providing day to day operational leadership to guide prioritization and drive the implementation of annual and quarterly targets, as well as by preparing operationally for strategic growth and promote innovation and efficiency. The COO will oversee the management and effective integration of Operations for WWF DRC to ensure high performance, efficient operating systems, and the ability to enhance delivery of complex conservation programs and results. Application deadline: February, 12 2023.
Call for inputs for the global Stocktake in 2023 In the run-up to the conclusion of the first global stocktake in COP 28, submissions on views on the approach to the consideration of the outputs component of the first global Stocktake are open until 15 February 2023. Also, submissions for the third technical dialogue, scheduled to be held during the June SB session, are open until 6 March.
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is requesting Expressions of Interest from qualified consultants or consultancy teams to develop an Environmental and Social Management Framework and other safeguards documents, including a Stakeholder Engagement Plan and Gender Mainstreaming Plan for the GEF-7 project entitled “Enduring Earth: Accelerating Sustainable Finance Solutions to Achieve Durable Conservation”. Deadline: January 20, 2023
WWF-CAR seeks a Medical coordinator 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 January 2023.
WWF is looking for a dynamic People & Culture Manager. Reports to: Country Coordinator, WWF CAR. Supervises: People & Culture Assistant. Location: Bangui – CAR. Application deadline: January 30, 2023. PLEASE note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. WWF is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a diverse workforce!
The Finance and Administration Manager will have primary responsibility for leading all operational and financial aspects for Salonga National Park funded program. This position is responsible for all financial functions in relation to the Salonga program, including accounting, payments and banking, cash management, payroll, budgeting, financial reporting and grant financial management and compliance. Interested candidates should email a cover letter (with at least 3 references) and curriculum vitae by November 30, 2022.
As part of the Salonga Program team, the Salonga Programs Coordinator will be responsible for all technical departments’ coordination of Salonga National Park under the supervision of the Park Director.
This position will build on the past 18 months of effort by the Central Africa team, replacing a former full-time staff position, with the responsibility to continue the momentum in the field of One Health and wildlife trade in Cameroon and wider Central Africa. The Project Officer for Central Africa will lead the Wildlife TRAPS project implementation in Cameroon and at sub-regional level, including research and analysis, policy engagement, partnership development among wider annual workplan activities and deliverables. The deadline for receiving applications has been extended to November 25, 2022.