News: Eastern & Southern Africa Programme
WWF Eastern Africa Corporate Club signs up 5 leading companies
Five companies have formally signed up to join WWF's Eastern Africa Corporate Club in a show of ...
Protected forests crucial to supplying the world's biggest cities with cheaper clean water
A new study by World Bank-WWF Alliance for Forest Conservation and Sustainable Use shows that ...
Environment conservation programme unveiled for eastern African companies
WWF has unveiled an initiative to bring together private sector players in eastern Africa to ...
World’s biggest hippo population decimated
WWF is deeply concerned over a new census of hippos showing a 95 per cent decline in the Virunga ...
WWF and East African Community join hands to enhance collaborative resource management
WWF and the East African Community have entered into partnership to elevate natural resource ...
Tanzania’s dugongs under serious risk of extinction
A new report reveals that Tanzania’s population of dugongs is on the verge of collapse as a result ...
Review ban on mangrove utilization, WWF tells Kenya government
WWF is concerned that a ban imposed in 1997 prohibiting utilization of mangrove forests is ...
Certification and labelling promises to revive Kenya’s depressed woodcarving industry
Plans to certify Kenya’s wood carvings have promising benefits for more than 500,000 people who ...
Kenya loses 75 per cent of its international market in carvings
Heavy pressure on Kenya's rapidly dwindling forests has caused a shortage of raw material for the ...
Poverty Reduction Strategy in Africa not working according to WWF
The Poverty Reduction Strategy approach that the World Bank and the IMF established in the late ...
*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
WWF is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to having a diverse workforce.