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World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks an Outgoing Agreements Senior Specialist.
Under the direction of the Outgoing Agreements Manager, supervises the administration of outgoing agreements from issuance to close-out for assigned programs. Ensures system and administrative technical assistance to program staff, program administrators and others (might include grantees, consultants and/or WWF-US Country Offices), including agreements issuance, tracking of project deliverables, payments to recipients, processing journal entries in Workday (e.g., reclasses, assistance with year-end accruals for grants, etc.) and agreements close out. Ensures that financial, contractual, and administrative information of outgoing agreements is accurate and well-organized in WWF Operations Systems (Panorama: SmartSimple &Workday). Ensures deadlines are met, and problems or inconsistencies are addressed or escalated. This role includes supervising and mentoring Associate Specialists as well as the direct administration of a portion of the assigned program portfolio. This role also includes supporting the Outgoing Agreements Manager in responding to technical questions and issues across the Outgoing Agreements Team (OATs) unit.
WWF seeks to hire the final evaluation of the Smart coasts project.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Freshwater & Food Communications Specialist.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Freshwater & Food Communications Specialist for our team in Washington, DC. This position supports the Freshwater & Food Communications team in the management and delivery of key strategic communications initiatives supporting the Freshwater and Food conservation goals. This position plays a critical role at the forefront of our internal and external communications efforts, including the website, social media channels, media, and donor-communications.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Director, Development Systems Partnerships, and Reporting.
The Director leads the WWF Development Department’s strategic vision and implementation for systems integration. This role works across departments and teams within the organization – including, but not limited to: Fundraising Operations and Analytics, Information Technology, and Program Operations – serving as an authoritative and leading voice representing the interests, goals, and vision of the Development Department and the organization at large. This position serves as Development’s business owner of WWF’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system and provides strategic oversight of system implementation and integration across teams and platforms. The Director serves as the strategic partner for reporting needs, turning data into knowledge, to best inform business decisions.
World Wildlife Fund, Inc. (WWF) policies and procedures for all GEF financed full-sized projects require a midterm review (MTR). The following terms of reference (TOR) sets out the expectations for the MTR for the project: Integrated Landscape Management to secure Nepal’s Protected Areas and Critical Corridors,hereafter referred to as the “Project.” The technical consultant selected to conduct this evaluation will hereafter be referred to as “evaluator.”
The Project seeks to promote integrated landscape management to conserve globally significant forests and wildlife. The Project was organized into the following components:
- COMPONENT 1: National capacity and enabling environment for cross-sectoral coordination to promote forest and landscape conservation
- COMPONENT 2. Integrated Planning for Protected Area Buffer Zones and Critical Corridors in the Terai Arc Landscape
- COMPONENT 3. Forest and wildlife management for improved conservation of targeted protected area buffer zones and corridors in the Terai Arc Landscape
- COMPONENT 4. Knowledge Management and Monitoring and Evaluation
SCOPE AND OBJECTIVE FOR THE EVALUATION
WWF is seeking an independent consultant to undertake a midterm review (MTR) of the Project. The scope of the MTR will cover the WWF GEF financed components.
The objective of this evaluation is to examine the extent, magnitude, sustainability and potential for project impacts to date; identify any project design or management issues; assess progress towards project outcomes and outputs; and draw lessons learned that can improve the project effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of project benefits. Based on this assessment, it is expected that the evaluator will provide feasible recommendations that could be applied for the remaining duration of the project.
 See project website and related documents for more information.
Location: Flexible, ideally presence in Nepal
Reporting to: Amelia Kissick, WWF-US
Preferred timeframe for Review: August - October 2023
Potential sites to visit: Kamdi corridor/Banke, Banke National Park and buffer zone, Bardia National Park and buffer zone, Karnali corridor/KailaliLocation: Flexible
Reporting to: Amelia Kissick, WWF-US
Implementing Agency: WWF GEF Agency
Executing Agency: Nepal Ministry of Forests and Environment (MOFE)
Total GEF Approved Budget US $ 6,697,248
Period to Be Evaluated: August 6, 2019 – through time of evaluation
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist.
Conducts full lifecycle recruitment: sourcing, screening, and selection of candidates for administrative, professional and management positions. Supports recruitment for both U.S. as well as international positions. Assists the Talent Acquisition Director in completion of major projects. May also conduct interviewing skills training sessions for hiring managers and counsel managers and employees on matters of HR staffing policies and procedures.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks an Associate Development Officer.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks an Associate Development Officer to join a dynamic team of fundraisers in the 10-state Western Region. For almost 60 years, WWF has been protecting life on our planet, fighting to restore species and places in more than 100 countries. Working closely with a core team based in the WWF-US San Francisco office, the Associate Development Officer will play a key role in expanding major gifts support from individuals. This passionate individual will collaborate with program and development colleagues across the US to craft and employ strategies to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward donors at the major gift level ($25,000 or more.)
Location is negotiable within the state of California, with a strong preference to be based in greater San Francisco Bay Area or Los Angeles Metro Area.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Manager, Private Sector Engagement.
The Manager, Private Sector Engagement primarily develops and manages corporate partnerships to further the mission of WWF. This position serves on the transformational partnerships team within WWF’s Private Sector Engagement (PSE) department. Transformational corporate partnerships are focused on changing business practices to further WWF’s conservation goals and contribute to the advancement of WWF’s conservation mission through sustainable business engagement. This manager role focuses on engagement of the food/beverage/agriculture sector and supports the development of research, communication materials, and projects that support WWF’s conservation goals.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks an Associate Specialist, Private Sector Engagement at our Washington, D.C. office.
The Associate Specialist will work closely with the Private Sector Engagement’s (PSE) Leadership and Transformational Partnerships team in supporting development and management of corporate partnerships and related stakeholder engagement work to advance WWF’s conservation mission, maximize revenue and increase awareness of WWF among the US public. The role focuses heavily on supporting impact metrics for WWF’s corporate partnerships, production of communications that reflect WWF’s goals with the private sector, and research and coordination for special initiatives and leadership priorities for WWF’s Private Sector Engagement Team.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Business Services Coordinator.
WWF works with the business community to drive positive environmental change and has partnerships with 200+ leading companies on engagements spanning from sustainable commodities, science-based climate targets and watershed management, to reducing the impact of packaging and single-use plastics. The Business Services Team supports WWF’s Private Sector Engagement team in following clear processes to develop corporate engagements that optimally benefit our conservation objectives while managing and mitigating risks to the organization. The primary function of Business Services is designing and implementing an integrated system of processes and business functions that support corporate engagement at WWF and ensure efficiency, accountability, transparency, and consistency. The Business Services Coordinator plays an integral role in this effort by coordinating a variety of activities across multiple businesses and liasing with our valued corporate partners.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Manager, Blue Finance (Ocean ESG)
The Manager-Blue Finance will work with the Senior Director of Blue Finance within the new Ocean Markets and Finance team to lead the development and execution of a new program of work to build and advocate for the integration of ocean-related ESG metrics into financial markets. This will involve working with banks, investors and insurers to make the case for why business-as-usual presents significant risk for business and therefore financial institutions. It involves building relationships with external partners in the financial sector as well as with organizations that are also working to advance this agenda. The program of work will also involve close collaboration with the Nature Positive Business team and corporate partnerships in sectors including but not limited to seafood, coastal development, marine renewables, shipping, and plastics, to understand and execute on blue finance opportunities that support companies’ in their Nature Positive business development strategies. The person in this role will be responsible for planning, managing, communicating, implementing, monitoring and improving program priorities and activities as associated with their major areas of focus. As a senior person within the team, the Manager – Blue Finance will present at and represent WWF in relevant internal and external forums, meetings and conferences, with partners, private sector representatives and donors. They will also liaise internally and externally across the WWF network to find alignment and opportunity in this new area of work.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Program Officer, Global Plastic Policy.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Program Officer (PO) at the Specialist-level to support the organizational policy work on plastics. The PO works to advance WWF’s conservation mission through policy development and advocacy on plastic and material production, waste, and pollution, supporting WWF’s vision of No Plastic in Nature. The PO supports WWF’s work on plastic and materials related policy, helping to deliver objectives and strategies on emerging issues and new approaches. This position coordinates closely with policy and government affairs experts across WWF and external organizations, including the designated lead on WWF’s Policy and Government Affairs team with respect to US government advocacy on plastics policy.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Program Officer (SPO) at the Senior Specialist-level to serve as global plastic policy and advocacy expert.
The SPO works to advance WWF’s conservation mission through policy development and advocacy on plastic and material production, waste, and pollution, supporting WWF’s vision of No Plastic in Nature. In an effort to bring together businesses and financial institutions committed to supporting the development of an ambitious, effective and legally binding UN treaty to end plastic pollution, WWF together with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation (EMF) are convening the Business Coalition for a Global Plastics Treaty.
The SPO will form part of the Secretariat of the Business Coalition for a Global Plastics Treaty, leading the Coalition’s overarching advocacy strategy as well as supporting the work of the Coalition’s Policy Working Group (PWG) and the engagement with experts, advisors and external stakeholders. The SPO also executes WWF’s work on this topic, convening stakeholders, conducting research, and developing WWF positions and guidance. This position coordinates closely with policy and government affairs experts across WWF-US, WWF International, and external organizations, including the US Plastic Policy SPO and the designated lead on WWF’s Policy and Government Affairs team with respect to US government advocacy on plastics policy.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Director of Nature Positive for Oceans.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading international conservation organizations, seeks a Director of Nature Positive to lead the WWF Oceans team efforts to develop and implement systems to better measure and track progress of interventions and outcomes in support of Nature Positive Seascapes and Business. This position will also be fundamental to advance real-world projects on nature-positive business – providing pathways and technical guidance for how this would be achieved and contribute to Nature Positive Seascapes. In addition, this role would help oversee efforts to implement coordinated monitoring and evaluation across priority Nature Positive seascapes to ensure we are linking collective knowledge and impacts across places we work. This is an exciting opportunity to take a truly collaborative, integrated approach, working across a diverse oceans team.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Connectivity Specialist.
Position is responsible for developing statistical models and metrics of connectivity that will allow conservation planners and other stakeholders to manage landscapes for connectivity of focal wildlife species now and under future scenarios of land use and climate change. Leads analyses related to the assessment of wildlife connectivity throughout WWF's global priority landscapes. Work focuses on but is not restricted to priority WWF-US landscapes and species. Assumes project implementation leadership in research and analysis design; coordinates with partners, including government officials and donor organizations. Communicates the work and results to interested institutions including the WWF Network, donors, partner organizations, and the general public. Identifies opportunities for collaboration and fundraising to support wildlife connectivity.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Program Administrator.
Under the direction of the Sr. Director, the Program Administrator is responsible for the financial management of specific projects/portfolios assigned to the role. The position will manage the budgets, cost proposals, financial tracking, analysis and reporting, grants and agreements, and administrative functions for the assigned portfolio. They ensure financial and administrative assistance to, and oversight of, program staff and grantees to ensure that budgets and agreements in compliance with WWF policies, procedures, systems, and donor requirements.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Salonga Program Coordinator.
Context and Background
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has embarked on ambitious, field-based conservation programs across the Congo Basin. In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), WWF is active in several landscape-scale sites, including the over 10 million ha Salonga landscape, encompassing Salonga National Park (SNP), the third largest tropical forest park in the world, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and a critical refuge for bonobos and forest elephants. The landscape program also works in peripheral community area. In addition to its importance for biodiversity conservation, this humid forest region is significant for carbon storage and maintaining water supplies. The program takes an integrated conservation approach with a consortium of NGO, government, community, and academic partners. Key conservation strategies include: protected area management; land use planning; law enforcement and species conservation; community-based natural resources management and livelihood improvement, e.g. through sustainable agriculture and forestry.
Effective protected area management is a corner stone of WWF’s conservation efforts in the DRC, in close partnership with ICCN (Institut Congolais pour la Conservation de la Nature), the national protected area management authority. New, creative perspectives are needed to effectively manage protected areas in challenging social, economic, cultural, and logistical environments. WWF and ICCN have agreed to implement an innovative form of Public Private Partnership management approach in forms of co-management to professionalise the management of the park while also improving the life standards of communities living in the landscape.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Director, Sustainable Protein Systems.
The Director of Sustainable Protein Systems provides leadership in the development and implementation of an updated ambitious sustainable protein strategy and for the shared vision (along with sector stakeholders) for the future of sustainable protein production in the livestock sector. The Director will be responsible for planning, communicating, and implementing priority programs related to beef production and other animal protein commodities including dairy, poultry, eggs, and swine. The Director will focus on the development and implementation of global principles, robust and measurable sustainability targets for production of livestock, criteria, and key metrics, as well as the identification and cost effectiveness of practices and incentives for adoption by livestock producers, feed producers, processors, traders, retailers, and other supply chain actors in the United States and globally.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Sustainable Ranching Initiative Program Officer, Montana.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world's leading conservation organizations, seeks a Program Officer for the Sustainable Ranching Initiative, based out of Montana. The Program Officer provides technical expertise to develop, prioritize, and coordinate private-land conversation projects for Sustainable Ranching Initiative (SRI). The Program Officer will grow existing capacity building efforts with local rancher led collaboratives. The Program Officer will also support fundraising proposals and developing conservation initiatives.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Coordinator, Regional Philanthropy.
The Coordinator, Regional Philanthropy will support WWF’s fundraising program by coordinating regional fundraising efforts for the East Coast-based team. Functions include revenue tracking and analysis, stewardship, information tracking, project management and administrative support for gift officers and the VP of Individual Giving.