Job opportunities: Associate programme Officer (2x), Project Officer and Programme Officer

UNEP-WCMC (UK). Closing dates: range from 4th - 18th of January (see details below).

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WCMC employs a team of around a hundred scientists and technicians, most of whom are educated to masters or doctorate level, together with a small, high-quality administrative team to support the UNEP-WCMC collaboration. WCMC is constantly looking for talented people to join their team, so if you think you would fit in and are eligible to work in the UK, please click on the link to WCMC vacancies below.

Associate Programme Officer (AD1196)
We are seeking a conservation ecologist with a degree in a relevant biological discipline and experience in the production, or application of, spatial or quantitative analyses. Closing date: 18 January 2021. 

Associate Programme Officer (AD1197)
We are seeking a data scientist with a degree in a physical, mathematical, computational or biological discipline and experience in the production, or application of, quantitative analyses and modelling approaches. Closing date: 18 January 2021. 

Project Officer (AD1203)
UNEP-WCMC is a not-for-profit organisation devoted to promoting, for public benefit, the conservation, protection, enhancement and support of nature and natural resources worldwide. This position will provide writing synthesis and communication outreach to one of its capacity development, science and development projects: The Development Corridors Partnership (DCP) - funded by the Global Challenges Research Programme of the UK Government. Closing date: 10 January 2021. 

Programme Officer (AD1204)
We are seeking a Programme Officer to join our Ecosystem Assessments and Policy Support Programme to help deliver an exciting and rapidly growing body of work focusing mainly on ecosystem assessments, biodiversity indicators and support for the global biodiversity related conventions. Closing date: 4 January 2021. 

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Thirza Loffeld

WildHub Community Manager, WildTeam UK

My background is mainly in species conservation, education and capacity development. For several years, I researched mother-young interactions in gorillas and chimpanzees, in captivity and the wild. After that, I worked for three years in Indonesia, where I developed and implemented youth ambassador and community engagement programmes on local and regional scales. These programmes are aimed at building conservation capacity and promoting stewardship. I currently conduct my PhD research on the professional development of conservation professionals and work as Community Manager at WildHub.
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