New opportunities to work in conservation around the world!

Thursday, Feb 19 2015

The CFA shares with its members new positions worldwide at the Madagascar Biodiversity Fund, The Nature ConservancyWWF and UNEP. Don't miss the opportunity to know more about them and make sure to apply!



Executive Director - Antananarivo, Madagascar (Madagascar Biodiversity Fund, Madagascar)

Closing date: March 4th, 2015

Among its many responsibilities, the Executive Director, overseeing a team, will ensure the Foundation's management and the implementation of the strategic plan and the funding program; prepare the work program and the annual budget of the Foundation and make account for their implementation with the Board of Directors; manage and monitor of the Foundation’s fund investment activities; ensure a strong presence of the Foundation in the environmental community both in Madagascar and outside, maintaining relationships with fund managers, etc.

For more information, please click here.



Program Manager, Corporate & Foundation Relations – San Francisco, California (The Nature Conservancy, the United States)

Closing date: March 3rd, 2015

The Program Manager, Corporate and Foundation Relations will work as part of a functional team of organizational priority within a philanthropy program. The team will be responsible for providing resources such as research, gift processing, prospect tracking, stewardship, etc.

The Program Manager, Corporate and Foundation Relations will be responsible for coordinating and administering the grant development and administration process for the Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR) team, a 7-member team responsible for generating support for the Conservancy from foundations and corporations. Works with the team to identify current and/or anticipated grant submission and reporting deadlines, coordinates with program, project and finance leads to ensure grant content and budget accuracy, and works with Philanthropy operations to ensure operational requirements are met.

For more information, please click here.



Policy Officer, Sustainable Finance - Brussels, Belgium (WWF- European Office, Belgium)

Closing date: February 27th, 2015

The Policy Officer, Sustainable Finance will support the team leader in organizing and coordinating WWF EPO’s activities and policy work related to the following areas: Public export credits for coal, Private investments in the coal sector and Private investments and climate change. This involves support in coordinating the strategic planning / development of relevant materials and expertise (briefings, in depth work on targeted issues, etc.) / advocacy activities / support to communication activities with the communication team / coordination with national WWF offices and other relevant organizations, etc.

For more information, please click here.



Senior Programme Management Officer – Geneva, Switzerland (UNEP, Switzerland)

Closing date: April 14th, 2015

Lead regional and country-level work planning and budgeting in collaboration with the UNDP Country Office (CO) and government colleagues; advise PEI (UNDP-UNEP Poverty Environment Initiative) teams and counterparts on strategic and implementation issues; ensure efficient management oversight and reporting of the PEI country programmes; attend programme steering committees in lead PEI countries; provide and supervise inputs into annual reports, progress and financial reports, and reports to donors, including reporting for the UNEP Programme of Work; promote the PEI partnership within UNEP specifically looking at the areas of Green Economy and the gender dimension of GEO.

For more information, please click here.



Photo Credits: Gordon Lass - The Nature Conservancy

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