Management and Engineering Technologies International Inc., in support of the U.S. Forest Service International Programs (hereinafter “USFS-IP”) may seek the services of a Program Coordinator in Gabon to work with national governments as well as local, national and regional organizations in the Congo Basin region to provide technical assistance on sustainable landscape management, natural resource management, countering illegal logging, and climate change mitigation and adaptation. Apply with a resume and letter of interest by December 31st.
Call for internal / external applications for one (01) vacancy for the position of Technical Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor of the COMIFAC
The COMIFAC Support Project (GIZ / COMIFAC) is seeking a Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Advisor for its Coordination Office in Yaoundé. Application submission deadline: 23 April 2021.
USAID - Specialist for regional situation assessment on combating wildlife trafficking in Central Africa
USAID’s Forest and Biodiversity Support Activity (FABS) is calling for proposals from qualified individuals/organizations to produce situation assessments on combating wildlife trafficking (CWT) in Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Gabon, and the Republic of the Congo. Please submit your application no later than December 15th. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications in French are also accepted.
USAID’s Forest and Biodiversity Support Activity is seeking expressions of interest from qualified individuals with a background in political economy analysis, forest economics, and experience in Central Africa to design and implement a Regional Political Economy Analysis (PEA) focused on the timber sector. The PEA will assess and developed targeted recommendations for USAID and other actors to effectively support governance improvements in Central Africa’s Forest sector, with an emphasis on understanding the underlying power dynamics and interests that shape allocation and exploitation of forests, reviewing political and macroeconomic factors influencing forest fiscal frameworks, and crafting effective policy responses that strengthen economic, social, and ecosystem resilience. Please submit your application no later than December 15th. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications in French are also accepted.
Your Proposal must be submitted by email to the IUCN Contact (see Section 2). The subject heading of the email shall be [Resource mobilization consultancy for West and Central Africa – bidder name]. The bidder name is the name of the company/organisation on whose behalf you are submitting the proposal, or your own surname if you are bidding as a self-employed consultant. Your proposal must be submitted in PDF format. You may submit multiple emails suitably annotated, e.g. Email 1 of 3, if attached files are too large to suit a single email transmission. You may not submit your Proposal by uploading it to a file-sharing tool. Deadline for expressions of interest: 23/11/2023.
The Senior Program Design Officer (SPDO) contributes to African Wildlife Foundation’s (AWF) engagement with and fundraising from bi- and multi-lateral donors in in Central and West Africa with a focus initially on DR Congo and Cameroon with the aim of building and maintaining multi-donor portfolios of at least $10 million for each of the landscapes in those two countries.
The World Wide Fund for Nature is looking for a Finance Manager for Republic of Congo and Gabon Offices
The Finance Manager (FM) will provide the required oversight and advice to the leadership in the Gabon and Republic of Congo Offices with key financial information and operational analytics. The FM is also responsible for driving a culture of accountability in managing finance related matters. As a member of the Country Management Team (CMT) for both countries, leads the development and implementation of accounting/finance/procurement policies, processes and systems to safeguard and control WWF's financial assets and provide complete, accurate and timely financial information and records. Deadline for applications: 10 November 2023.
The Senior Partnerships Manager (SPM) will be AWF’s focal point for managing relationships and furthering AWF’s people-centred, African led vision for conservation and development with German institutions. This includes BMZ, BMUB, KFW, and GIZ as well as thought leaders, think-tanks and networks to develop partnership opportunities.
WWF Cameroon is looking for a Congo Basin Forest Hub Coordinator to be based in Yaoundé. Interested candidates are invited to send their applications by Monday 26th June 2023. Note : Candidates should apply online using only computers.
WWF Cameroon is looking for a PMEL (Planning Monitoring Evaluation & Learning) Intern to be based in Yaoundé. Interested candidates are invited to send their applications by Thursday 29th June 2023. Note : Candidates should apply online using only computers.
The main roles of this position are to provide technical oversight and leadership to ensure the effective management of the Primate Habituation Programme (PHP), Monitoring, research, animal health/’One Health’ and forest management activities in the Dzanga-Sangha Protected Areas (DSPA), and transfer technical and management knowledge and experience to the DSPA staff. Application deadline: July 10, 2023. Position Base: Bayanga, Central African Republic.