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US-DC-Washington
6 days ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Digital Content Intern to assist with daily maintenance of WWF's website content.

NP-Kathmandu
3 weeks ago

WWF, the world's leading conservation organization, seeks a Country Representative for its office based in Kathmandu, Nepal. 

 

Founded in 1961, WWF is the world's largest non-governmental conservation organization, with 6,500 staff operating in more than 100 countries, with the support of six million members. VHVF started working in Nepal in 1967 with a rhino conservation program in Chitwan, moving on from localized efforts in the conservation of a single species in the 1960s to a new horizon of landscape level conservation encompassing national, regional and global scales of complexity in the early 2000s. WWF Nepal has, over the last ten years, mobilized over $75 million to support conservation and sustainable development initiatives in Nepal.

US-DC-Washington
4 weeks ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks an Agriculture Supply Chain Intern. This 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 Food and Markets 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 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.

US-DC-Washington
4 weeks ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Senior Administrative Assistant at our Washington, DC office. 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, team work, and a detailed knowledge of the organization and its programs and policies.

US-DC-Washington
1 month ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Seafood Markets- Research and Data Analyst Intern.  This internship will provide the opportunity to learn about the seafood industry supply chain and the work that is going on globally by the food industry to increase sustainable seafood production.  The internship will work directly with Senior Program Officers to collect and analyze seafood market data and support development of strategies for engaging fisheries and farms to increase the supply of sustainable, responsible seafood. 

 

US-DC-Washington
2 weeks ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Program Officer, Forest Sector Transformation.  The Program Officer is part of the WWF-US Forests team, whose vision is to conserve the world’s forests to sustain nature’s diversity, benefit our climate, and support human well-being.  The Program Officer assists in implementing WWF programs to engage US companies on responsible forest product sourcing, and other actions companies can take to avoid deforestation and forest degradation and sustain global forests.  S/he assists in relationship management with companies and external partners; provides research and technical support for WWF forestry and trade initiatives; and coordinates with other WWF offices on efforts to advance responsible forestry in key countries.  The Program Officer organizes WWF events and participation in external forums, and represents WWF at external events.  S/he also summarizes program updates and provides communications support.

US-DC-Washington
1 month ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Conservation Evidence Intern.

BO
4 weeks ago

The Country Office Director provides vision and leadership for the WWF Program in Santa Cruz, Bolivia and effective high-level representation of WWF with key audiences to build strength and support for the program in its conservation delivery, increasing, WWF’s leadership and recognition as the leading conservation organization in Bolivia and positions WWF-Bolivia as a relevant country office, based on critical contributions and strategic support to WWF network.

 

Directs, manages, takes responsibility and gives strategic direction to all activities of WWF in Bolivia, to ensure that the conservation, communication, operation, financial and fundraising activities of the Program Office are successfully accomplished, ensuring, that all operating rules and systems are adequate and that the WWF Bolivia Program's legal and reporting requirements are aligned with WWF's policies, procedures and standards.

US-DC-Washington
1 month ago

WWF is seeking a part-time Risk Management intern to work with Director of Risk Management to assist our staff in achieving their conservation goals in a safe and secure manner. 

US-DC-Washington
17 hours ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Manager, Forest Sector Transformation.  The Manager is part of the WWF-US Forests team, whose vision is to conserve the world’s forests to sustain nature’s diversity, benefit our climate, and support human well-being.  The Manager’s major function is to advance WWF’s platforms for engaging US companies on responsible forest product sourcing, avoiding deforestation and forest degradation, and enhancing forest health.   S/he focuses primarily on pulp, paper and paper-based packaging sectors, promoting leadership practices around sourcing, production, transparency and forest protection.  The Manager represents WWF-US on selected initiatives focused on responsible forestry and plantation management.    

US-DC-Washington
2 months ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a .NET Developer in our office in Washington, DC. The .NET Developer will develop and support the functionality of internal- and external-facing web-based applications using Microsoft technologies.

 

Please note: This is a"limited term" position with an end date of June 2018, with the possibility of extension. Due to this status, it is not eligible for visa sponsorship.

 

US-DC-Washington
2 months ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Vice President, Media & External Affairs based in Washington, DC. The VP leads a cross-functional team to develop and implement innovative public relations strategies to advance WWF’s priority conservation goals, protect and enhance WWF’s global reputation, increase understanding and support for conservation across a variety of external audiences, and elevate the profile of key WWF experts and executives. Provides vision, strategic leadership and counsel, and practical experience to design and execute all efforts and activities and provide communications support critical to WWF’s mission.

 

Working in 100 countries for over half a century and with the support of almost 5 million members worldwide, WWF is dedicated to delivering science-based solutions to preserve the diversity and abundance of life on Earth, halt the degradation of the environment and combat climate change. The Media & External Affairs division executes innovative traditional and digital communications strategies for WWF in the United States and collaborates on global communications within the larger WWF Network.

US-DC-Washington
2 months ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Senior Development Officer, Foundations in our office in Washington, DC.  In collaboration with Foundation Relations team, identifies, cultivates, solicits, and manages the stewardship of foundation donors and prospects, working toward achieving World Wildlife Fund’s annual foundation fundraising goal of $20M+.

US-DC-Washington
3 months ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks an Online Marketing Associate Specialist at our Washington, DC office. This position implements marketing activities for WWF’s Peer to Peer (P2P) fundraising program, Panda Nation. This program relies on a multi-channel engagement approach empowering individuals and groups to raise funds from their friends and family primarily by participating in athletic events and celebrating special occasions. The Associate Specialist is responsible for supporting the development of P2P campaigns and events that incorporate both offline and online strategies.

US-DC-Washington
3 months ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Development Officer for Gift Planning at our Washington, DC office.  The Development Officer cultivates, solicits, closes, and manages the stewardship of donors and prospects who are interested in including WWF in their will, trust or other long-range financial and estate plans.  Also works with donors who are interested in life income gift arrangements. Works toward achieving World Wildlife Fund’s fundraising goals for gift planning and the overall Development department. 

 

US-DC-Washington
4 months ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Senior Director, Business Case Development, Markets Institute at our Washington, DC office; other locations will be considered. This position is for a three-year term with the possibility for extension. The Senior Director (SD), Business Case Development will play a key role in developing WWF’s business case development strategy and aligning it with the Institute’s mandate of making food more sustainable by identifying key issues and trends, creating awareness and building global consensus about them. The mandate of the Institute is also to generate the business case for addressing the issues more quickly, and at different scales or in different ways, than has been occurred to date. Each business case will be targeted to a specific audience and will require sufficient financial analyses as well as other qualitative and quantitative analysis to be convincing to the target audience. All business case work for the Institute will be undertaken under the auspices of the SD or through its partners. 

 

The SD will plan, manage, and develop directly or oversee the business case strategy, queue and writing of the financial case for reducing the environmental impacts of food production, processing and trade. The SD will develop and implement priority business cases both within the Institute as well as related food and soft commodities work. Specifically, s/he will lead the design, implementation, project management and/or quality control of a dozen or considerably more each year depending on their scope and complexity. This position will be an integral part of the Institute’s research team reporting to the Vice President, Research, Markets Institute, who will lead the overall research strategy.

 

The SD will be  an integral part of a team that is launching a new thought-leadership platform to address global issues and trends that affect business and sustainability within the food sector: The Markets Institute at WWF. Its mission is to accelerate the pace of progress towards a more sustainable food system globally by leveraging the power of the private sector to influence where and how food is produced based on how they manage their supply chains.

 

The Institute’s goal is to achieve sustainability results faster and more cost effectively to accelerate change at scale in the global food system. The goal is to raise awareness, build consensus around how to think strategically about evolving issues and trends, shape strategies that are needed to address them, and identify the results (both financial and environmental) that indicate success and that motivate change. The documentation of the business cases for why these trends are important to company growth, profitability, and risks, as well as long-term access to natural resources will be key to our overall strategy and our success. The business case is at the heart of our theory of change—if we can document the business case for change, we can make change happen more quickly and at scale. The business case work will help companies focus on the most important issues and provide them with the relevant data and analysis they need to adapt or develop their own effective, timely, and scalable solutions for more sustainable futures. 

 

The Institute will achieve its objectives by creating awareness and building consensus through a number of inter-related as well as discreet activities, including:

  • an annual release of key issues, trends and tools affecting global food businesses and their sustainability strategies;
  • a thought leader group to help WWF vet issues and trends and provide a network of global contacts;
  • platforms to dive deeply into key issues and trends;
  • a social media platform to engage a global audience about key food issues and sustainability;
  • white papers and other research papers into specific topics;
  • the documentation of solutions and business cases; and
  • communications around our findings and analyses.

This position will be an integral part of our research team that will make trends, problems, and solutions tangible.  

 

If you want to help identify the key issues and trends that will shape the 21st Century, create meaningful transformational results on the ground at speed and at scale, explore the growing linkages between markets and the environment, and help save the planet in the process, this is the opportunity for you.

US-DC-Washington
4 months ago

WWF’s half-century of conservation success is rooted firmly in science; it informs and underpins everything we do. The scientific rigor we bring to our work is unmatched in the nonprofit conservation sector. Building on this legacy, WWF is recruiting a team of Global Science Leaders to advance the organization’s mission to build a future where people live in harmony with nature.

 

We are hiring scientists to shape an interdisciplinary research agenda and apply it to accelerate WWF’s goals in Climate & Energy, Food, Forests, Freshwater, Oceans and Wildlife. We seek an interdisciplinary team of science leaders to advance a coordinated effort that will deliver science for tangible conservation results at a speed and scale commensurate with the trends that undermine them. The Leaders will report directly to the WWF Chief Scientist and are key members of WWF’s Network Science Team.

US-DC-Washington
4 months ago

WWF’s half-century of conservation success is rooted firmly in science; it informs and underpins everything we do. The scientific rigor we bring to our work is unmatched in the nonprofit conservation sector. Building on this legacy, WWF is recruiting a team of Global Science Leaders to advance the organization’s mission to build a future where people live in harmony with nature.

 

We are hiring scientists to shape an interdisciplinary research agenda and apply it to accelerate WWF’s goals in Climate & Energy, Food, Forests, Freshwater, Oceans and Wildlife. We seek an interdisciplinary team of science leaders to advance a coordinated effort that will deliver science for tangible conservation results at a speed and scale commensurate with the trends that undermine them. The Leaders will report directly to the WWF Chief Scientist and are key members of WWF’s Network Science Team.

 

 

US-DC-Washington
4 months ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Vice President, Research for the Markets Institute at our Washington, DC, office. The Vice President, Research leads research efforts at the Markets Institute and is responsible, along with the Executive Director, for setting short- and long-term research strategy and goals, communicating the research findings, and developing research partnerships with both individuals and institutions. S/he is also accountable for research outcomes. The VP will be an integral part of an innovative, visionary team that is launching a new thought-leadership platform to address global issues and trends that affect business and sustainability within the food sector: the Markets Institute at WWF. The Institute’s mission is to accelerate progress towards a more sustainable food system globally by leveraging the power of the private sector to influence where and how food is produced through their supply chains. Our goal is to achieve sustainability results faster and more cost effectively and accelerate change at scale in the global food system. We will raise awareness, build consensus around how to think strategically about evolving issues and trends, shape strategies that are needed to address them, and identify the results (both financial and environmental) that indicate success and that motivate change.

The research will consist of deep dives into new or promising areas, overarching research to identify new issues and trends, or quick surveys of the literature and networks of individuals and institutions to identify who is working on specific issues of interest and/or what is currently known about them. Research partners will support the research agenda of the Institute in different ways, helping identify key research topics and strategies, undertaking pieces of the research, or collaborating with a larger group of research partners

The VP works with the Senior Vice President/Executive Director to manage engagement with research partners and ensure the right resources are generated (individually and collectively) and brought to bear on key and evolving issues. S/he develops both overarching and specific research strategies and brings them through a vetting process with the Executive Director and other senior WWF staff in the goal and influence teams as appropriate.

US-DC-Washington
3 months ago

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Director, Multilateral Relations, at our Washington, DC office (New York City would be considered for the right candidate). Serves as WWF’s primary relationship manager for key multilateral institutions and mechanisms, particularly the Green Climate Fund (GCF), the World Bank Group (WBG), and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). The Director, Multilateral Relations oversees robust and strategic engagement with these institutions.  The Director also manages the operations of WWF as a GCF International Implementing Entity.