It’s a privilege to work within an organization that gathers so many passionate and diverse people who are united by the values they share. I feel I am contributing in my own way to finding ways for a healthier planet, or as we say in my team “a safe and sustainable future for people, places and species, in an equitable low-carbon society that is resilient to climate change!
- Leila Rafi, Finance & Partnerships Manager for the Global Climate and Energy Initiative
People from all corners of the globe are helping WWF to build a future where humans live in harmony with nature. They might be tracking tigers in the Himalayas or holding briefings in Brussels, helping communities in the Congo Basin develop sustainable livelihoods or helping multinationals develop sustainable supply chains.
Selection is based on merit, skills, relevant experience, qualifications, culture fit and alignment to our values. We need knowledgeable, talented people who’re passionate about engaging and inspiring others. People who share our optimism that it’s possible to change the world. People who’re determined to make a difference.
Are you one of those people? Then we’d love for you to join us. As we like to say, #TogetherPossible!
We want to ensure that the world’s most important fisheries and ocean ecosystems are productive and resilient and improve livelihoods and biodiversity; the most iconic and endangered species are secured and recovering in the wild; the integrity of our most important forests, including their benefits to human well-being, is enhanced and maintained; freshwater ecosystems and flow regimes provide water for people and nature; a global shift toward a low carbon and climate resilient future is achieved; and that sustainable food systems conserve nature and maintain food security.
At the same time, we’ll be concentrating on three key drivers of environmental problems: transforming international markets so goods and services are produced and consumed more sustainably to cope with the entry of 2-3 billion new middle-class consumers over the next 30 years; moving away from financial systems that favour short-term returns over long-term wealth creation that supports inclusive development and protection of natural assets; and tackling the inequitable global governance system where the vast majority of people affected by environmental change remain voiceless and unable to influence change.
Location: WWF Tanzania Office in Dar es salaam.15 Aug 2017 Read more »
Location : Bayanga, CAR. Duration: 2 years renewable18 Jul 2017 Read more »
Location: Budapest, Bratislava, Kyiv, Bucuresti or Sofia; in exceptional case, another location in the region may be possible.)10 Jul 2017 Read more »
Lead WWF-Australia's scientific expertise on Conservation impact measuring and evaluation to identify future success stories for ...04 Jun 2017 Read more »