World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Vice President, Animal Agriculture Systems. The VP, Animal Agriculture will oversee WWF’s work to measurably eliminate, reduce or mitigate the key threats caused by the single most significant driver of biodiversity loss globally, the production of livestock and the commodities used to produce feed. VP Animal Agriculture is responsible for overall strategy development and implementation of WWF-US livestock and feed work, developing partnerships with the key livestock and feed producer groups and industry players, building and managing a cross-functional team working in the US and globally towards a common vision and objectives, as well as successfully fundraising for and communicating our overall livestock and feed efforts.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Development Officer, Eastern Region at our Washington, DC office. Based in Washington, DC, the Development Officer will play a key role in helping to expand WWF’s major gift fundraising in 17 states and DC, working closely with program and development colleagues.
World Wildlife Fund, one of the world's largest conservation organizations, seeks a Manager, Food Loss and Waste Program. The Food Waste Retail Manager will lead work efforts within grocery retail, food service retail industries and individual companies to set science based and data driven goals, focused on preventing food waste and increasing food recovery efforts. The position will work directly with the current Food Waste Program Director and Program Manager and will oversee all domestic partnership efforts within the food retailing and food service industry. This position will support the data collection and analysis efforts from pilot interventions with private & public-sector partners that attempt to find food waste prevention best practices. The position will be based on the West Coast of the US, preferably in Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Oakland, or Los Angeles.
The Senior Network Engineer is responsible for managing, supporting and maintaining of the WWF US LAN technical infrastructure. Performs general maintenance and upgrades of infrastructure equipment, hardware and software including firewalls, routers, switches, servers, SAN, VMware environment and more in HQ and DR site. Develop and implement best practices for support, perform routine maintenance, and proactively monitor systems for alerts. Works with the Corporate Security Officer and the Director of Network Services to develop a strategy to effectively manage technical infrastructure at WWF US Headquarters. Responsible for research, evaluation, and testing of new and emerging network technologies.