News: Eastern & Southern Africa Programme
More ivory than elephants in three West African countries
There is more illegal ivory than elephants in three key ivory trading countries in West Africa, ...
WWF and Peace Parks Foundation sign up to cross-border nature parks
A new collaboration between WWF and the Peace Parks Foundation will aid nature conservation and ...
Rabies ravages the critically endangered Ethiopian wolf
More than 30 rare Ethiopian wolves have been killed in a rabies outbreak in Bale Mountains National ...
WWF environmental education programme for Lake Victoria
WWF has started the first conservation initiative exclusively dedicated to promoting environmental ...
Turtle Excluder Devices now law in Mozambique!
Following a campaign by WWF, Turtle Excluder Devices are now compulsory in trawl nets in ...
UK Environment Minister commends human-elephant conflict project
UK’s environment minister Elliot Morley visited a WWF-supported project that has recorded ...
Kenya lifts ban on mangrove harvesting
The Kenyan government has lifted a ban on mangrove harvesting, bringing relief to coastal ...
Elephants get a chilli reception
Elephants are a frightening reality to many rural Africans. As their natural habitat shrinks, the ...
Urgent action needed to quell resurgent rhino poaching in Kenya
WWF welcomes Kenya's new rhino management and conservation strategy but is concerned about the ...
Nurturing the future
Talking teak, nurturing neem, and breeding bamboo — it’s a natural way of life for Abdallah Nyinga, ...
*NEW VACANCY* Regional Director – IT & Operations
We are seeking an experienced and talented professional to fill the position of Regional Director- IT & Operations. This individual ensures efficient and strong administration, operational and logistical support, alongside high quality information technology services for the Eastern & Southern Africa Programmme Office (ESARPO).
The candidate should possess an advanced degree in IT and at least five years work experience in operations, administration or logistics fields. They should have demonstrated skills in developing, managing and evaluating administrative plans and policies. Experience working with donors and
governments. The candidate should possess good relationship management and strong leadership skills.
The position will report to the ESARPO Regional Representative and will be based in Nairobi with regular travel within the Eastern & Southern Africa Region.
Suitable candidates may apply via email with a cover letter and CV with ‘Regional Director – IT & Operations Application’ on the subject line to: Human Resources, WWF ESARPO, email@example.com not later than 20th February 2013.
The full job description can be accessed below. Only shortlisted candidates will
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