- A Bachelor’s degree is required; a graduate degree in a related field (such as natural resources management, environmental science, international development, or conservation policy) is preferred.
- Position requires six years of related professional experience, or advanced degree with three to five years of relevant experience.
- Demonstrated knowledge of technical proposal development for U.S. Government funding agencies (particularly USAID, USFWS and USDOS) required.
- Prior program management experience and the ability to work with diverse teams is preferred.
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
- Excellent research and writing skills.
- Fluent English required (equivalent to the US Department of State's Level 5 proficiency). Ability to speak and write in a foreign language is a plus.
- Committed to building and strengthening a culture of inclusion within and across teams.
- Identifies and aligns with WWF’s core values: Courage, Integrity, Respect, and Collaboration:
- Demonstrates courage by speaking up even when it is difficult, or unpopular.
- Builds trust with colleagues by acting with integrity, owning mistakes, and holding oneself accountable.
- Welcomes other points of view and ideas, recognizing and embracing different and contrary perspectives with kindness, curiosity, and encouragement.
- Makes conscious efforts to promote cooperative practices, behaviors, and ways of working across many groups and individuals.
- Submit cover letter and resume through our Careers Page, Requisition #22018
- 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.