Working at WWF
All around the world, people are waking up to the deepening crisis of nature loss. A growing realization that nature is our life-support system. And that nobody will be spared from the impacts of its loss. Here at WWF, we are helping to tackle this enormous global challenge.
Our people come from hugely diverse backgrounds and with a variety of expertise, ranging from HR and finance to advocacy and conservation science. We welcome applications from anyone who believes they can help us create a better future for people and wildlife.
What makes WWF special
There are many special things about WWF. A prestigious brand. A longstanding commitment to conservation going back almost six decades. A global reach, with activities in all almost 100 countries. Strong ethical principles that underpin all our work. A science-based approach that makes us a respected conservation voice. And a powerful spirit of collaboration – something we call ‘together possible’ – that has built many successful global partnerships.Together possible
What working at WWF is like
What sort of employer are we
WWF International now seeks a new Director General to succeed the retiring incumbent.
LOCATION: Africa Regions
We are an independent conservation organization, striving to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife. From individuals and communities to business and government, we are part of a growing coalition calling on world leaders to set nature on the path to recovery by 2030. Together, we seek to protect and restore natural habitats, stop the mass extinction of wildlife, and make the way we produce and consume sustainable.
Some of the countries where we are active have their own independently incorporated national operations, while others have programme offices focused on particular conservation work. Located in hubs around the world, our secretariat, WWF International, supports our global network of 7,000 + colleagues.
We spend hundreds of millions of euros a year, enabling us to have a powerful impact on global conservation efforts. Over 50 per cent of our income comes from the generous support of individuals, with other funding sources including businesses, the public sector, and trusts and foundations. Every one of us remains mindful about the enormous challenge of raising these funds and the responsibility we all share for spending them effectively.
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