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Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/10/2022 3:22 PM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Ecosystem Carbon Specialist.   Help WWF in producing solutions to the world’s largest environmental problems – biodiversity loss and climate change – at the intersection of science and practice. The Ecosystem Carbon Specialist (ECS) will join the Global Science team, working with the Global Climate Lead Scientist and the Senior Director for Forest Carbon Science in assessing the climate impacts of WWF’s portfolio of projects and initiatives. The ECS will support global and country Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) teams and partners in estimating carbon emissions, carbon sequestration, and other climate indicators associated with nature-based solutions (NbS) activities. NbS activities include the conservation, restoration, and management of forests, mangroves, and other ecosystems. This is a unique opportunity to connect cutting edge science and research, modeling, spatial, and field-based quantification methodologies, to practical work across various countries. The ECS will be instrumental in helping build WWF’s capacities in estimating ecosystem-based contributions to climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 1 month ago(4/7/2022 12:23 PM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Financial Analyst, Fundraising & Communications.   Major Function Responsible for all budgeting (revenue and expense) and financial management, accounting, long-range planning, and general administration for all departments within the Fundraising & Communications divisions of WWF. Coordinates and implements departments’ operating policies, procedures, and practices to facilitate effective and efficient fulfillment of objectives and goals. Responsible for ensuring that all Fundraising & Communications departments and their budgets are compliant with WWF and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles policies and procedures. Processes the joint costing of membership expense between public education and fundraising.
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/15/2022 2:06 PM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Program Officer, Plastic & Material Science.   Major Function The Program Officer serves as part of Private Sector Engagement’s (PSE) Plastic & Material Science team. Responsible for activities related to developing and managing projects that support WWF’s work with companies, especially on topics related to material science and plastic. Manages the development of research, materials, projects, consultants, and communications related that support WWF’s goals with the private sector and supports relationship management of corporate plastic engagement platforms. 
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/30/2022 1:20 PM)
World Wildlife Fund-United States (WWF-US), one of the world’s leading environment organizations, seeks a Finance Director to join as a founding member of a new initiative, the Nature-Based Solutions (NbS) Origination platform, co-created and co-led by the WWF-US Climate Team.   Nature-Based Solutions (NbS) seek to address the three intertwined global crises of climate change, biodiversity loss and inequitable development. Well-designed NbS simultaneously prioritize the improvement of livelihoods and human well-being; the protection and enhancement of natural capital; and the generation of carbon reductions or removals at landscape scale. WWF is establishing the Nature-Based Solutions (NbS) Origination Platform – jointly created and led by the WWF-US Climate and Forest teams – to originate, structure, resource and implement NbS interventions for both private and public actors in a cohort of a pre-identified forest landscapes that will demonstrate and set the bar for high-integrity climate and nature impacts and benefit-sharing. Selected landscapes in Latin America and Asia will be the initial geographic focus.
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/29/2022 3:26 PM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Director, Agriculture Impact Investing.   Major Function Impact Investing is a new and emerging approach that deploys investment capital into new business models that create key benefits for people and planet. WWF is launching a new strategy called WWF Impact, where we will seek to make or support investments in companies where we see a business / markets innovation that can drive significant improvements in key priority areas for WWF such as food systems, forestry, oceans, freshwater, etc.    The Regenerative Agriculture Impact Investing Director will lead WWF-Impact’s investing work in the regenerative agriculture sector.    The Director will identify and lead WWF Impact investments in early-stage startups and growth companies that support innovations essential to achieving multiple conservation goals, including halting deforestation, achieving zero habitat conversion, mitigating GHG emissions, and freezing the footprint of food production. The Director will evaluate new investment opportunities, lead investment due diligence, negotiate terms, make investment recommendations, monitor and assist portfolio companies post-investment, and make portfolio construction recommendations that drive impact priorities and deliver positive financial returns.   The Director will focus on investment and partnership opportunities that support regenerative agriculture approaches in key areas, including:  advanced / sustainable farming, precision agriculture, soil management & improvement, and water management.  The Director will work closely with WWF Goal Teams such as the Food & Freshwater team to align WWF Impact with broader WWF conservation strategies.  The Director will identify trends across agriculture innovations, partner with global industry experts, and clarify which strategies have the potential to achieve impact at scale.
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/22/2022 12:17 PM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Global Oceans Lead Scientist.    Major Function WWF’s half-century of conservation success is rooted firmly in science; it informs and underpins everything we do. Science advances a coordinated WWF effort that delivers science for tangible conservation resulting in the speed and scale commensurate with the trends of the world today. Lead scientists report directly to the WWF Chief Scientist, are key members of WWF’s Network Science Team and have a dotted line to one of WWF’s thematic Practices.   The Global Oceans Lead Scientist (Lead Scientist) provides the scientific leadership for WWF’s Oceans Practice. The Lead Scientist is an important partner to the Chief Scientist and the Oceans Practice across our WWF Network, providing thought leadership, scientific analysis in support of goal and strategy development, and the management of internal and external science talent to support the Global Oceans team in advancing WWF’s ambitious agenda. The Lead Scientist will serve as a member of the WWF Global Science Leadership Team, providing expertise and support for interdisciplinary analyses to advance cross-functional strategies. This is an opportunity for a dynamic, strategic thinker who is passionate about conservation and has demonstrated success in leading rigorous scientific research with partners to support issues related to ocean conservation.   Position location is negotiable.   Context Never before has humankind faced threats to the environment of the scale and urgency we see today. As we begin to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic, we find ourselves in a time of extraordinary opportunity for change. With a growing recognition of the deep connections between climate stability, the health of natural systems, and human well-being, we find ourselves at an inflection point where governments, the private sector, and civil society are moving from commitments to mitigate climate change, restore nature, and secure human health to all-out execution to make it happen. As the largest conservation organization in the world, WWF is determined to capitalize on this moment. So we are re-inventing our practice of conservation to seize the opportunity, pursuing measurable results and thought partnerships that help shift humanity to a more sustainable footing. WWF is applying the best available natural and social science to strategies across sectors to ensure the information required to enable a just transition to a more resilient, equitable and sustainable planet can stick.  The pace and scale of this transition will dictate success or failure for nature, climate change, and sustainable development. Success requires a team with intellectual depth that energetically embraces the opportunity and risks to innovate, attempt, and adapt sustainability solutions with efficiency at the intersection of science and practice.  
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/14/2022 12:35 PM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Corporate Engagement Coordinator.    Major Function The coordinator assists the Private Sector Engagement (PSE) team in the development and management of corporate partnerships to advance WWF’s conservation mission, maximize revenue and increase awareness of WWF and its conservation priorities. The coordinator supports the development, coordination and implementation of WWF’s largest corporate partnerships.
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/2/2022 12:14 PM)
Major Function The Cost Proposal and Budgeting Specialist is a member of the Program Operations team and collaborates closely with USG Partnerships and Fundraising teams as well as Program Technical teams on all aspects of budget and pricing from proposals through post award. This position ensures an understanding of the proposal requirements and establishes competitive and defensible cost and pricing data for proposals. The function provides critical budgeting expertise for all new business initiatives. Key Responsibilities - In collaboration with business development, program technical staff, subgrantee/partner finance staff, and Program Operations Directors, prepares budgets for project proposals. - Prepares budget templates compliant with donor requirements. - Prepare supporting documentation for cost proposal submissions, including budget narratives, certifications and financial information. - Provide cost advice to proposal teams in conjunction with proposal objectives. - Maintains version control of all budget-related documents generated during the proposal stage. - Presents draft proposal budgets for cost proposal reviews and approval by Program Operations Directors and prepare briefs as needed. - Participates in project design and proposal planning meetings to ensure alignment between technical designs, implementation plans, cost strategies and budget justifications. - Works with relevant country offices and project partners to obtain the necessary budget information and ensures that it meets WWF’s requirements and policies, and the requirements of the funding solicitation. - Works with USG Partnerships and Fundraising teams and Program teams in close coordination with Program Operations staff to ensure all costs related to the proposal are captured in the budget. - Creates a database of budget line and cost factor descriptions to be used in budget narratives. - Prepares trainings materials for proposal development and delivers training for WWF staff (Country offices and WWF HQ) and project partners as needed. - Provides guidance in assuring compliance with the WWF’s budget and pricing processes and procedures. - Provides guidance regarding the interpretation of applicable contract, grant and cooperative agreement terms and conditions, as well as other administrative rules, cost principles under 2 CFR 200 and Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). - Represents WWF to counterpart partner organizations (e.g., where WWF is a sub-recipient), supports budget negotiations under the direction of the Program Operations Director and in partnership with other proposal team members. - Post award works closely with Program Operations and Accounting teams to ensure timely set up of accounts in the various financial systems. - Other duties as assigned  Skills and Abilities - Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or related field required. CPA or CPA candidate would be a plus. - Minimum 4 years of professional experience in cost and pricing, financial analysis, and/or cost management experience for US Government assistance and acquisition procurements and/or experience with non-USG donors, such as foreign government bilateral, Corporate and Foundation donors; and other international donors. - High energy and commitment to working in a diverse and multi-cultural team environment. - Knowledge of US government cost principles and cost share requirements, GAAP accounting rules, and grant/contract management. - Demonstrated ability to create compliant, competitive proposal budgets and compelling budget justifications for diverse donors. - Proficient in MS O365 applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, SharePoint, Teams, PowerPoint), with advanced experience in MS Excel - Proactive, creative, flexible, responsive, hands-on critical thinker with vigilant attention to detail. - Ability to learn, work and perform independently as well as in a collegial manner, as a team player, in a remote environment with global teams. Ability to handle multiple tasks under deadlines and competing priorities. Requires effective time management, prioritization and organizational skills. - Demonstrated problem-solving skills with a resolute ability to frame and focus on solutions. - Oral and written English fluency is required. Proficiency in Spanish is a plus. - Effective communication, listening, presentation and training skills. - 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
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/3/2022 5:43 PM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Director, CARE-WWF Alliance Communications.   Major Primary Function The Senior Director, CARE-WWF Alliance Communications will lead the development and execution of short- and long-term communications strategies, in collaboration with the CARE-WWF Alliance internal communications lead, that advance Alliance objectives, support resource mobilization, and link to the broader communications and outreach strategy of both CARE and WWF. The position will work in parallel with others on the Alliance team to ensure specific communications needs are met, while overseeing the integration of branding and key messages for all outreach, engagement, and public facing documents. The role will be the point of contact on all external communications inquiries related to the Alliance team and is recognized within the larger WWF Network and CARE Confederation as the communications expert for the Alliance.    Secondary Function The Role will shift over time, reducing a percentage of time on the Alliance to be spent on another team within WWF, most likely either the Investment Impact Team or the Government Relations team.
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/22/2022 12:50 PM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Global Biodiversity Lead Scientist.   Major Function WWF’s half-century of conservation success is rooted firmly in science; it informs and underpins everything we do. Science advances a coordinated WWF effort that delivers science for tangible conservation resulting in the speed and scale commensurate with the trends of the world today. Lead scientists report directly to the WWF Chief Scientist, are key members of WWF’s Network Science Team and have a dotted line to one of WWF’s thematic Practices.   The Global Biodiversity Lead Scientist (Lead Scientist) provides the scientific leadership on biodiversity for WWF’s Practices. The Lead Scientist is an important partner to the Chief Scientist, the Global Conservation Director and the Practice Leaders, in particular  the Wildlife Practice Leader, across our WWF Network.  She/he will provide thought leadership, scientific analysis in support of goal and strategy development and implementation, and the management of internal and external science talent to support and advance WWF’s ambitious agenda. The Lead Scientist will serve as a member of the WWF Global Science Leadership Team, providing expertise and support for interdisciplinary analyses to advance cross-functional strategies. This is an opportunity for a dynamic, strategic thinker who is passionate about conservation and has demonstrated success in leading rigorous scientific research with partners to support issues related to biodiversity conservation.   Position location is negotiable.   Context  Never before has humankind faced threats to the environment of the scale and urgency we see today. As we begin to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic, we find ourselves in a time of extraordinary opportunity for change. With a growing recognition of the deep connections between climate stability, the health of natural systems, and human well-being, we find ourselves at an inflection point where governments, the private sector, and civil society are moving from commitments to mitigate climate change, restore nature, and secure human health to all-out execution to make it happen. As the largest conservation organization in the world, WWF is determined to capitalize on this moment. So, we are refocusing our practice of conservation to seize the opportunity, pursuing measurable results and thought partnerships that help shift humanity to a more sustainable footing. WWF is applying the best available natural and social science to strategies across sectors to ensure the information required to enable a just transition to a more resilient, equitable and sustainable planet can stick.  The pace and scale of this transition will dictate success or failure for nature, climate change, and sustainable development. Success requires a team with intellectual depth that energetically embraces the opportunity and risks to innovate, attempt, and adapt sustainability solutions with efficiency at the intersection of science and practice.  
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/10/2022 3:33 PM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Director, Communications, Markets and Markets Institute.   Major Function This roll is rooted in communications expertise and a deep understanding of each program. The role bridges conversation, communications, and fundraising priorities. This person will co-create and articulate conservation. Develops and leads on communication strategies/plans to create awareness, build consensus and deliver conservation outcomes at scale while raising brand awareness among key stakeholders. Identifies content ideas and opportunities that can be leveraged to reach and engage diverse audiences (e.g. the public, policy, corporate, donors, etc.).
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/2/2022 6:06 PM)
WORLD WILDLIFE FUND POSITION DESCRIPTION Title:                           HRIS Specialist Job Family/Level:       HR / Specialist Reports to:                  Director, HR Information Systems FLSA status:               Exempt Revised Date:             May 2022  Major Function The HRIS Specialist role supports and administers WWF’s HRIS operations with focus on benefits.  This role administers all daily benefit activities in Workday and is responsible for maintaining the accuracy of the benefits data in Workday and with the benefits carriers.  This role works with the HR Operations and Total Rewards teams to improve Workday configuration. Key Responsibilities - Identifies opportunities for improvement in Workday configuration within the HR department.  Researches and proposes solutions and with the help of Collaborative implements them upon approval.  Collaborates with other stakeholders to create Workday reports based on the department’s needs.  Documents processes with the focus on HRIS operations.  - Administers all benefit changes in Workday.  Follows up on all benefit integration queries. Works with HR Operations and Total Rewards, IT and third-party benefits administrators to ensure accuracy of benefit data between benefits and payroll, and across the systems (integrations). - Performs biweekly pre-settlement and post-settlement audits and prepares the biweekly benefit changes file as needed.  - Reviews and approves the biweekly 403(b) and 457(b) contribution and 403(b) loan files.  Completes various pension plan tasks such as approvals of rollovers or distribution of notices.  Works with the HR Operations team to address pension data discrepancies as needed.  Assists with generation of the annual 403(b) compliance test file. - Identifies benefit transaction issues and resolves them directly in Workday or through ITWorks, JIRA and CI portals.  Timely communicates corrections or new processes to the employees and/or the HR Operations team.  - Works with HR Operations and Total Rewards teams to configure the open enrollment process for WWF staff.  Manages online enrollment process and communicates progress as needed. In collaboration with Payroll, ensures accuracy of the Open Enrollment data and processes corrections as needed - Works with HR Operations and Total Rewards team to configure the annual ACA filing and the creation of 1094-C and 1095-Cs. - Performs other duties as assigned and plays an active role in the successful operation of the Human Resources Department. Skills and Abilities - A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is required, preferably in Human Resources or Business Administration.  - A minimum of 4 years of professional experience including 2 years of experience in HRIS data management is required.  Experience with Workday and system implementation is required. - CEBS and/or CCP preferred. - Experience with FMLA, 403(b), HIPAA, Workers Compensation and other state and federal benefits laws. - Strong verbal and written communication skills required. - Outstanding customer service skills. - Integrity and the ability to work with confidential information with discretion. - Strong problem-solving, research, and analytical skills. - Excellent organizational skills, sound judgment, willingness to take initiative and the ability to work independently and as part of a team. - Knowledge of MS Suite with focus on Excel is required. - 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.
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/2/2022 6:15 PM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Analyst, Benefits & Compensation.    Major Function The Compensation & Benefits Analyst role supports and administers WWF’s benefits and compensation programs.  This role consults with employees and managers on benefits-related matters and is the primary point of contact for compensation and benefits related inquiries for headquarters and field staff.  This role works with the Total Rewards team and WWFs broker to ensure that WWF’s programs are competitive and serve to attract and retain employees.  This role also works with the HR Operations team to maintain accuracy of benefits data in various systems. 
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 3 months ago(2/16/2022 11:04 AM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Coordinator, Donor Communications and Stewardship.   Major Function The Coordinator, Donor Communications & Stewardship position performs a variety of standard and often complex administrative duties and accounting tasks, while managing a small portfolio of donor communications and stewardship projects. The position will be part of a dynamic and creative donor communications and stewardship team. The coordinator plays a critical role in ensuring the efficient management of the department’s operations and is responsible for liaising with the broader Development Department, external communications teams, and program experts to understand the organization’s operational, programmatic, and fundraising policies. This role will also support the creation of high-quality and engaging donor materials and activities, such as donor acknowledgement letters and fact sheets. In addition to a passion for WWF’s mission, the position requires an entrepreneurial spirit, exceptional communication, customer service, and project management skills, and the ability to interact professionally with colleagues and stakeholders at all levels. The ideal candidate will understand basic principles of fundraising and must maintain the highest degree of confidentiality regarding donor information.
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 3 months ago(2/14/2022 10:51 AM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Director, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.   Major Function The Senior Director, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is responsible for the development and implementation of strategies and programmatic initiatives that advance DEI internally, expand our reach externally, and position WWF as an employer of choice among diverse populations. Leads efforts to provide a workplace and culture where all employees feel safe, respected, included, and supported to fulfill our mission. Plays an integral role in HR strategy development and implementation and helps to ensure alignment and integration of DEI principles with broader HR strategies.
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 3 months ago(2/17/2022 12:27 PM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Program Officer, Corporate Engagement, Forests.   Major Function The Senior Program Officer’s (SPO) major function is to engage US companies, primarily via WWF’s Forests Forward corporate engagement program, to reduce their forest impact and support nature-based solutions in key forested landscapes to benefit nature, people and climate.  The SPO manages relationships with corporate partners, developing and implementing robust action and monitoring plans, tracking budgets, coordinating closely with other WWF network offices on landscape-scale forest conservation efforts; and communicating updates and outcomes.  The SPO also works to recruit new companies into the program.  The SPO engages with a variety of external NGO and public agency partners; provides research and technical support for WWF Forest team initiatives; and represents WWF at conferences and events. The SPO promotes uptake of tools and technologies to help companies manage sourcing risk, set robust targets, avoid illegal wood, demonstrate transparency, and measure impacts.  The SPO works closely with colleagues on WWF-US forests and private sector engagement teams as well as colleagues on climate, food, freshwater, and other goal teams. 
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 3 months ago(2/17/2022 1:31 PM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Program Officer, Corporate Engagement, Forests.   Major Function The Program Officer’s (PO) major function is to influence engagement relationships with US companies, primarily via WWF’s Forests Forward program, to reduce their forest impact and support nature-based solutions in key forested landscapes to benefit nature, people and climate. A key function of this role will be to provide technical support in planning, coordination, communication, and implementation of program activities for existing and new partnerships and large-scale nature-based solutions projects in collaboration with other goal teams, departments, and field offices. The PO will also serve in a relationship-management capacity for external partners and in coordination with other WWF network offices. The PO engages with a variety of NGO and public agency partners; provides research and technical support for team initiatives and may represent WWF at conferences and events or provide technical input and support to other members of the team to prepare for WWF participation in speaking engagements and forums.
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 3 months ago(3/1/2022 5:22 PM)
Title:                            Development Associate, Annual Giving Job Family/Level:     Development/Associate Specialist Reports to:                 Director, Annual Giving FLSA Status:              Exempt Revision Date:           July 2021 Major Function The Development Associate, Annual Giving will support WWF’s Partners in Conservation and Leadership Partner mid-level donor programs, which includes a hybrid of mass-market communications and managed donor relationships. Reporting to the Director, Annual Giving, the Development Associate will support the team’s comprehensive fundraising and stewardship efforts, including donor correspondence activities frequent donor inquiry routing and resolution, and direct response mail and email communications. This position will be part of a dynamic team of development professionals and manage a stewardship portfolio of donors. The Development Associate will also develop and maintain CRM (Constituent Relationship Management) database processes, assist with budgeting and financial accountability, and will act as a liaison to other teams within the department and the organization. In addition to a passion for WWF’s mission, the position requires exceptional communication, customer service and project management skills, and the ability to interact professionally with donors and other stakeholders. Key Responsibilities - Donor Communications and Correspondence – 60%: Manages donor inquiry processes to effectively and efficiently resolve requests or route to appropriate teams within WWF. Creates donor-facing responses and follow up via email, phone, and mail as appropriate, and enters all relevant information in CRM database. In collaboration with Annual Giving officers, maintains a targeted portfolio of donors in permanent stewardship and manages those relationships on behalf of WWF. Supports Annual Giving team’s solicitation and stewardship activities, including data preparation and correspondence personalization. Ensures all correspondence is free from grammatical errors, using approved WWF language. - CRM Database Processes and Data Integrity – 20%: Develops processes and protocols for data management to support team activities, including entry of marketing effort segmentation in collaboration with Lead Specialist, Direct Response, report preparation, and data reconciliation. Maintains accurate/clean donor data records, including contact information and communications preferences, in collaboration with fundraising operations, donor engagement, and research/prospect management teams. Reviews, validates and inputs collected data using established upload procedures. Coordinates with staff to resolve problems as needed. Ensures proper handling of gift documentation for the team. Processes gifts of securities for the organization. - Financial Accountability and Team Support – 15%: Prepares expense reports, reviews, submits and codes invoices, and assists Annual Giving team with travel arrangements for donor meetings and events as necessary. Monitors expense reports for significant or unexpected variances. Prepares mailings, production of documents, reports and other materials. May assign work and coordinate projects performed by part-time and temporary staff. Provides general orientation and training to the team and other colleagues as appropriate.  - Performs other duties as assigned – 5%. Skills and Abilities - Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of specific experience in donor relations required. Associate’s degree and 4 years of related experience is also acceptable. - Excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to proof and edit documents. - Ease in using a wide variety of office software. Ability to manipulate, analyze and interpret data. Experience using a CRM (Constituent Relationship Management) system required. - Excellent organizational ability and attention to detail. - Ability to organize time, manage multiple tasks, and meet deadlines with minimal supervision. - Demonstrates flexibility to changing situations and ability to balance competing demands and priorities. - Demonstrates ability to professionally represent WWF to donors, members and the public, and exhibits familiarity with Development best practices and techniques - High standard of ethics, assuring discreet handling of donor records and adherence to the Association of Fundraising Professionals Donor Bill of Rights. - Experience planning and coordinating projects and meetings; familiarity with event planning 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.
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/10/2022 12:56 PM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Program Coordinator, Country Office Unit.   Major Function The Program Coordinator supports the Country Office Unit team in delivering the Unit’s strategy and contributions towards operational excellence and conservation impact performing a variety of complex administrative duties and special projects to ensure the smooth functioning of the Unit and support to Country Offices. The position works closely with key functional areas including Conservation, Operations, Financial Management, Risk Management, Communications, Business Analysis and logistical support. 
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 3 months ago(2/11/2022 2:18 PM)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Communcations Manager, Private Sector Engagement.   Major Function Develops and implements communications with WWF’s corporate partners as part of a broader strategy to inspire and motivate business audiences to take on the mantle of corporate leadership. Supports the Private Sector Engagement (PSE) division by helping implement a communications strategy focused on increasing awareness of the WWF brand through transformational business practice engagement and mission-focused communications, including executive-level outreach.