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World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading international conservation organizations, seeks a skilled policy advocate and government relations manager to join its Policy and Government Affairs team to help advance WWF policy and funding priorities with the United States government. The individual will be responsible for developing and implementing lobbying and advocacy strategies around several assigned WWF priority issues, working as part of a dynamic and transparent team environment and in close collaboration with relevant WWF substance experts from across the organization. The individual will also be responsible for building and managing strong and positive relationships with U.S. government stakeholders in both Congress and the Administration and for positively promoting WWF’s brand and reputation as well as its access to key decisionmakers and its ability to advance its overall priorities and policy objectives.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Administrative Assistant for the Markets team.
Performs a variety of standard and frequently complex administrative duties, accounting tasks and special projects to ensure the smooth functioning of department, or program using administrative skills, organizational skills, and a detailed knowledge of the organization and its programs and policies.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Chief of Party, Indonesia Marine Protected Areas Program. The COP will provide overall vision and leadership for the anticipated five-year, $10-25 million USAID Marine Protected Areas project. The project aims to advance Indonesia's goals for improving the management of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and protect valuable marine ecosystems and biodiversity. The COP provides managerial and technical leadership and directs the project’s core team of staff and partners responsible for planning, coordination, design, and delivery of all project activities.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Program Officer, US Corporate Climate Engagement, to join our dynamic and influential team based in Washington, DC office. With guidance and support from the Deputy Director, Corporate Climate Engagement, the Sr. Program Officer supports key WWF initiatives, including the new Climate Business Network and the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi), which engage businesses and their supply chains to raise climate ambition. Our work includes helping companies to set and implement SBTs (including Net Zero), navigate the complexities of climate-related claims, explore opportunities to go beyond these targets and invest in nature-based solutions, and to support ambitious climate-related policy.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Senior Program Officer, Area Based Conservation Finance on the Earth for Life team, located at our Washington, DC office.
This role involves designing sustainable financing mechanisms (e.g., trust funds, payment for ecosystem services, etc.) and blended finance vehicles that provide long-term financial support to area based conservation programs. The Senior Program Officer will work on concurrent projects based in different countries; develop and manage working relationships with WWF staff, partner organizations and consultants; and guide and train counterparts based abroad on sustainable financing approaches. As part of WWF’s broader Conservation Finance Community of Practice, the Senior Program Officer will collaborate with finance professionals from across the organization on the development, design, and implementation of priority initiatives. The Senior Program Officer will report to the Conservation Finance Lead Specialist in the Earth for Life Initiative.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Program Officer, Resilient Coastal Habitats.
Under the supervision of the Lead Specialist, Oceans, the Specialist, Resilient Coastal Habitats will support planning, coordination, communication, and implementation of program activities for existing and new partnerships and projects in collaboration with other goal teams, departments and field offices. This position will work on a portfolio of projects for the Resilient Coastal Ecosystems team, with a primary focus on the “Mangroves for Communities and Climate” project.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Web Marketing Associate Specialist.
Do you want to help create a future where people and nature thrive? Are you interested in a job where you can directly see how your work supports inspiring donors to help WWF fulfill its mission? We are looking for an individual who has a combination of experience, commitment to quality, hard technical skills for updating and writing code, and an interest in marketing and analytics. Collaborating with marketing experts and web developers, the Web Marketing Associate Specialist is primarily responsible for supporting, managing, and executing digital fundraising touchpoints including online infrastructure, donation forms, emails, content, and programs that drive donor support. This role is pivotal in championing and developing innovativemarketing approaches and ensuring high-quality campaign standards, with the goals of increased donor engagement, conversion rates, and revenue. It’s rewarding work with a clear vision, amazing team, and remote option.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Assistant, Oceans.
The Senior Assistant is based out of our Washington, DC office and is responsible for a variety of standard and frequently complex administrative duties. The Senior Assistant also supports accounting tasks and special projects to ensure the smooth functioning of department or program using administrative skills, organizational skills, and a detailed knowledge of the organization and its programs and policies. Communicates on a daily basis with the department staff, staff from other departments, as well as external partners, such as donors and government agencies, to coordinate activities, and obtain and disseminate information.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Communications Specialist, Oceans.
The Senior Communications Specialist leads the development and execution of communications strategies and plans to advance the WWF-US Ocean team’s major initiatives and the organization’s ocean conservation goals. This position plays a critical role in leading the Ocean team’s communications efforts with internal and external audiences and implements defined projects. The work of the communications specialist is central to the overall success of the Oceans team’s programmatic communications.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Program Officer, Nature Metrics.
The Senior Program Officer (SPO) will assist with the planning, managing, coordinating, implementing and communicating Nature Measurement Framework efforts with one of WWF’s largest strategic corporate partnerships. The role will coordinate across goal teams (including Freshwater & Food, Forest, Oceans, Private Sector Engagement) and WWF Network as needed to provide project support, relying heavily on a working knowledge of environmental science, conservation interventions, planetary boundaries, various environmental accounting methodologies and spatial data expertise.
The Senior Program Officer will be responsible for supporting senior staff on projects including drafting documents and guidance, attending conference calls, conducting literature searches, spatial data analysis, method development and calculations, and research support on longer term research projects.
The SPO will engage with various experts both within and outside WWF to stay up to speed on
the latest analysis, tools and approaches and to engage with key platforms, forums and partners to influence and affect change in the metrics dialogue related to sustainability of landscapes, seascapes, and food systems. Management, analysis and synthesis of large data sets, to forecast threats and spot trends will be a component of this work.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Data Scientist In Conservation to join its Global Science team.
Help WWF revolutionize the way we use data and technology to identify conservation opportunities and measure and monitor the impacts of our conservation efforts. The Data Scientist will work with the Global Science team and the WWF network to develop new ways to acquire and utilize environmental and socio-economic data including, but not restricted to WWF acquired data, government supplied data, commercially acquired data sets, and remotely sensed and in-situ spatial data. The Data Scientist in Conservation will be a data scientist with broad experience in data collection, organization, and synthesis, artificial intelligence (including machine learning), tool development and conservation or environmental workflows. Understanding of conservation issues on global and local scales is essential, as is experience working with multiple organizations to harmonize data and data management approaches. Knowledge of carbon accounting methods, environmental condition measurement, and large-scale socio-economic data will be useful. The key role of the data scientist is to help devise new methods for leveraging the data we have, and to develop methodologies for collecting and managing new data to help measure and achieve our conservation goals.
WWF, one of the world's largest conservation organizations, seeks a Director, Freshwater & Food Transformation. The Freshwater and Food Transformation and Metrics (FFTM) team is a cross-cutting team within the Freshwater & Food goal that focuses on transforming the way stakeholders create and act on sustainability programs leading to impact in WWF’s priority landscapes and key river basins. The FFTM team seeks to leverage both bilateral engagement with companies as well as collective action corporate platforms to shift market drivers and demand signals for sustainable commodities as well as identify opportunities for action in priority conservation landscapes.
The Director, Freshwater & Food Transformation will provide strategic and project management leadership for WWF’s corporate engagement, with a particular focus on connecting water stewardship and improved food systems, agriculture, and livestock commodities. Working closely with the corporate lead for water stewardship and the rest of the FFTM team, the Director will focus especially on developing the corporate strategy and execution plan to implement the regenerative agriculture agenda for WWF and will engage closely with the leadership of major initiatives in Freshwater and Food as well as other Goal teams including Markets, Forests and Climate. The incumbent will lead the development of integrated strategies to transform the way businesses stewards water and agriculture within their operations, supply chains and landscapes.
The incumbent will work hand in hand with partnership leads in WWF’s Private Sector Engagement (PSE) team, WWF global network colleagues and other key internal and external stakeholders to help manage and grow and ensure impact from our private sector partnerships. This includes oversight of corporate partnerships, platforms, and projects, internal budget, internal review of documents of engagement, managing staff and aligning and implementing department strategy.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks an Agriculture Sustainability Analyst Intern. This paid internship provides an opportunity to improve research and project coordination skills in a professional setting, gain knowledge about companies and environmental issues, and contribute to WWF’s mission. The intern will work closely with members of WWF’s Private Sector Engagement and Freshwater & Food programs. The work will involve research on the impacts of agricultural commodity production and sourcing regions, and assist with analyzing environmental, social and business risks to financial investments or within the supply chain of WWF partner companies. The internship also provides the opportunity to interact with representatives from US & European companies as well as WWF’s global network.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Cloud Security Engineer to be based in one of our offices in Latin America (Bolivia, Chile, Guatemala, Belize/Honduras, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay or Peru).
The Cloud Security Engineer is responsible for managing WWF’s cloud-based information systems and processes. The Engineer will provide secure operational administration, maintenance, and troubleshooting for WWF based cloud services. The individual will plan and support secure information system migration, including deployment, setup and configuration. The engineer will work closely with the security engineer on firewall administration to identify and secure new assets as deployed. On an as-needed basis, evaluates, recommends, and justifies appropriate products that support the cloud environment. Serves as a subject matter expert in cloud systems setup, migration and management. Conducts and interprets security scan results, identify critical vulnerabilities, reduce false-positives, and either performs or recommends corrective actions to remediate vulnerable systems and applications. Installs, implements, and maintains cloud security services that prevent unauthorized access to services at globally diverse cloud environment and locations. Verifies log collection and maintains Security Intrusion and Events Monitoring (SIEM) solutions for cloud services.