|Last Date to Apply||30/06/2012|
New Delhi, India (Will need to travel as required)
Remuneration will be competitive with Indian NGO pay scales and will depend upon candidate’s experience levels and the overall WWF-India salary structure. WWF-India does not provide housing and vehicle facilities.
TRAFFIC – the wildlife trade monitoring network – is a joint conservation programme of WWF and IUCN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature). It was established in 1976, since then it has developed into a worldwide network with a considerable international reputation for helping to identify and address conservation challenges linked to wildlife trade.
TRAFFIC works to ensure that trade in wild animals and plants is not a threat to the conservation of nature. TRAFFIC actively monitors and investigates wildlife trade and provides its information to diverse audiences worldwide as a basis for effective conservation policies and programmes. It has more than 20 offices worldwide, organized in eight regional programmes.
TRAFFIC operates as a Programme Division of WWF-India, based in New Delhi. The TRAFFIC Head will lead an active TRAFFIC team working in India.
Tenure: The duration of the contract is for a 3 year period subject to extension as may be decided.
The position requires understanding of and experience in:
The detailed requirements of this position are:
Other Important Skills & Competencies:
|About the Organization||
WWF-India started as a wildlife conservation organization with a focus on protecting a particular species of wild flora and fauna. Over the years, the perspective broadened to reflect a more holistic understanding of conservation issues facing the country. A part of WWF International, the organization has made its presence felt through a sustained effort not only towards nature and wildlife conservation, but sensitizing people by creating awareness through capacity building and enviro-legal activism. As a challenging, constructive, science-based organization, WWF addresses issues like the survival of species and habitats, climate change and environmental education.
For more information about the organization, please visit www.wwfindia.org.
WWF-India is an equal opportunities employer. Applications from qualified women are encouraged. Govt of India Officers willing to apply for a deputation tenure must do so through proper channels with an advance copy sent to the above address and only if they are able stay in the position for a minimum period of 3 years.
|How to Apply?||
Interested candidates with relevant qualifications and skills should apply online, along with a cover note and an up-to-date CV (mentioning his/her full name in the resume attachment), giving full details regarding compensation received in the present assignment, expected salary, and three references to:
Director – HR & Manpower Development,
Last Date for Sending Applications: 30th June, 2012
Note: In order to ensure that your application is sorted correctly, please mention “Head-TRAFFIC Programme, India”, in the subject line. The vacancy is open to Indian Nationals only. Applications of only the short listed candidates will be acknowledged.
wildlife, conservation, TRAFFIC, wildlife trade, conservation policies, biodiversity, endangered species
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