- A Bachelor’s degree is required in a related field, such as in natural resources management, international development, anthropology and/or conservation policy.
- Position requires 6 to 8 years of experience in biodiversity conservation and natural resources management, as well as an understanding of international conservation issues. A graduate degree in a related field is preferred will substitute for 2 years of experience.
- Understanding of the environment and social safeguards (particularly involuntary resettlement and indigenous peoples) policies and procedures of multilateral development organizations.
- Strong capacity to communicate with government agencies, local communities, civil societies and other stakeholders.
- Ability to work on complex projects with minimal supervision and operate with independence, under pressure, to meet deadlines and commitments.
- Strong interpersonal skills and teamwork, including ability to develop rapport in a multicultural environment.
- Attention to detail.
- Experience working international development projects is desired.
- Fluency in Spanish or French languages is desired.
- 25% travel required for international field sites when COVID restrictions are lifted.
- Identifies and aligns with the core values of the WWF organization: Courage, Integrity, Respect & Collaboration
Applications should be submitted no later than June 24th, 2021
- Submit cover letter and resume through our Careers Page, Requisition #21067
- Due to the high volume of applications we are not able to respond to inquiries via phone
As an EOE/AA employer, WWF will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, or protected Veteran status. WWF values diversity and inclusion and welcomes diverse candidates to apply.